Roseville Joint Union High School District

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Roseville Joint Union High School District is a California school district that consists of 5 regular high schools, 2 continuation high schools and an adult school. The district covers the cities of Roseville and Granite Bay, two suburbs of Sacramento that are located in Placer County and the eastern side of the suburb of Antelope in northern Sacramento County (east of Walerga Road).

Ron Severson, superintendent.

Schools[edit]

API scores can be as high as 1,000 and the target score for California schools is 800. Each schools statewide ranking is from 1 (lowest achieving school) to 10 (highest achieving school). All demographic information is as of the 2007-2008 school year. All API test scores are 2010 growth scores as per the State of California's API database.

  • Granite Bay High School is located in Granite Bay, a wealthy suburb. GBHS has 2,099 students. GBHS is the highest achieving school in the district with an API score of 845. It has met all schoolwide and subgroup API targets for 2010. The school is 80% Caucasian, 8% Asian, 7% Multiple or No Response 4% Hispanic, and 1% African American.

Michael McGuire, principal since 07/2006.

  • Woodcreek High School is located in Roseville. It has 2,057 students. It is the second highest achieving school in the district with an API score of 827. It has met all schoolwide and subgroup API targets for 2010. The school is 71% White, 9% Hispanic, 8% Asian, 8% Multiple or No Response and 3% African American.

Jess Borjon, principal since 07/2003

  • Oakmont High School is located in Roseville. It has 2,261 students. Its API score is 822. It has met all schoolwide and subgroup API targets for 2010. The school is 65% White, 11% Multiple or No Response, 9% Asian, 8% Hispanic, and 6% African American.

Robert Hasty, principal since 08/2011.

  • Roseville High School is also located in Roseville. It has 2,131 students. Its API score is 798 which places it just 2 points away from the 800 benchmark set for all California schools. It has met all schoolwide and subgroup API targets for 2010. The school is 65% White, 17% Hispanic, 8% Asian, 6% Multiple or No Response and 3% African American.

Brad Basham, principal since 07/2006.

  • Antelope High School is located in the northern Sacramento County community of Antelope which demographically speaking is more diverse on the whole than Granite Bay or Roseville. Its API score is 791. It has met schoolwide however it has not met all subgroup targets for 2010 as test scores for socioeconomically disadvantaged students went down by thirteen points while state goals mandated that they should have gone up by at least five points. Antelope High School opened up for 9th and 10th grade students at the beginning of the 2008-2009 school year. The school had its first graduating class in 2011.

John Becker, principal since 07/2007 (one year before the school opened).

The Board Of Trustees[edit]

The Board of Trustees for the Roseville Joint Union High School District is currently made up of the following elected individuals: Mrs. Linda M. Park (President, Term expires 2018), Mrs. Paige K. Stauss (Vice President, Term expires 2016), Mr. Scott E. Huber (Clerk, Term expires 2018), Mr. Russell Jan Pinney (Member, Term expires 2016) and Mr. Rene Aguilera (Member, Term expires 2016).

External links[edit]

[www.ed-data.k12.ca.us] - provides demographic information for all CA high schools]