Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District

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Coordinates: 37°41′19.99″N 121°47′29.02″W / 37.6888861°N 121.7913944°W / 37.6888861; -121.7913944

Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District
Address
685 East Jack London Blvd.

,
94551
United States
Information
School boardLivermore Valley Joint Unified School District
SuperintendentKelly Bowers
GradesK–12
Website

Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) is a public school district located in Livermore, California, United States. It is located in Alameda County. Since May 2010, the Superintendent has been Kelly Bowers.[1]

The district operates 19 schools: nine elementary (K–5) schools, three middle (6-8) schools, two K-8 schools, two comprehensive high schools and three alternative high schools. There are also two charter schools in the area, one K-8 and one high school, both operated by the Tri-Valley Learning Corporation, a local 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by parents and teachers.

Schools[edit]

Elementary

  • Altamont Creek
  • Arroyo Seco, a K–5 grade school with approximately 700 students
  • Emma C. Smith
  • Jackson Avenue
  • Leo R. Croce (K-5)
  • Lawrence Elementary (TK-5)
  • Marylin Avenue
  • Rancho Las Positas
  • Sunset
  • Vineyard

K-8

  • Joe Michell K-8 School
  • Junction Avenue K-8 School

Middle

  • Christensen
  • East Avenue
  • William Mendenhall

High

  • Del Valle and Phoenix Continuation High Schools, two schools sharing one building since 2004
  • Granada High School, Livermore's second high school
  • Livermore High School, established in 1891 as California's first union high school
  • Vineyard High School, an alternative independent study school

Adult education

  • Livermore Adult School

Charter schools (closed)

  • Livermore Valley Charter School (closed due to conflicts of interest and fiscal problems within the Tri-Valley Learning Corporation [TVLC])
  • Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory (high school) (closed due to conflicts of interest and fiscal problems within the Tri-Valley Learning Corporation [TVLC])

References[edit]

  1. ^ LVJUSD website: Superintendent

External links[edit]