Charter Oak Unified School District

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Charter Oak Unified School District
Charter Oak Unified School District logo.png
A Commitment to Excellence
Location
District Office
(20240 East Cienega, Covina, CA 91724)
Information
Established 1894
Grades K-12
Enrollment 5,224 (2014-2015)
District Superintendent Mike Hendricks, Ed.D.
Website

Charter Oak Unified School District (COUSD), is a unified school district located in Covina, California. COUSD serves students in portions of the cities of Covina, Glendora and San Dimas. The superintendent is Dr. Mike Hendricks.

Schools[edit]

Elementary Schools (K-6)

Middle Schools (7-8)

  • Royal Oak Middle School

High Schools (9-12)

Alternative Programs (K-12)

  • Oak Knoll Virtual Academy
  • Sunflower Alternative School

Enrollment[edit]

Enrollment in the 2014-2015 school year is 5224. The majority of students are Hispanic, with a large white minority and smaller minorities of African Americans and Asian Americans.

District Ethnic breakdown (2014-2015)

External links[edit]