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.
Livermore, California 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

  • Livermore Valley Charter School (CLOSED due to poor management and greediness by the Tri-Valley Learning Corporation (TVLC))
  • Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory (high school)(CLOSED due to poor management and greediness by the Tri-Valley Learning Corporation (TVLC))

References[edit]

  1. ^ LVJUSD website: Superintendent

External links[edit]