Milpitas Unified School District
The Milpitas Unified School District operates nine elementary schools (K-6), two middle schools (7-8), and two high schools (9-12) in Milpitas, California, USA. The district has 438 teachers (FTEs) serving 9516 students.
All of Milpitas' elementary schools are named after the early settlers who cultivated the land in what is now Milpitas.
Because the school is lacking funds[when?], Measure A had been proposed in March 2005 to raise taxes by a few hundred dollars for five years. It failed to pass because it required a two-thirds approval by voters. Only 59% of the voters approved the measure.
|School Name||Students||FTE Teachers||Pupil/Teacher Ratio|
|(William) Burnett Elementary School||640||30||21.3|
|Calaveras Hills Continuation High School||217||11.8||18.4|
|Curtner Elementary School||667||30||22.2|
|Milpitas Community Day School||28||2||14|
|Milpitas High School||3,105||118.2||22.6|
|(Marshall) Pomeroy Elementary School||643||28||23|
|Rancho (Milpitas) Junior High School||685||31||22.1|
|(Robert) Randall Elementary School||495||24||20.6|
|(Alexander) Rose Elementary School||512||25||20.5|
|(Thomas) Russell Junior High School||792||34||23.3|
|(John) Sinnott Elementary School||684||30||22.8|
|(Anthony) Spangler Elementary School||590||30||19.7|
|(Joseph) Weller Elementary School||463||23||20.1|
|(Pearl) Zanker Elementary School||424||21||20.2|
- Based on 2002-2003 school year data.
- Denotes an alternative school.
- Milpitas Community Day School also includes the eighth grade.