San Juan Unified School District

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San Juan Unified School District
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Location
Carmichael, California
United States
District information
Type Public
Grades Infant/Toddler, Preschool, TK, K–12 and adult education
Established 1960
Superintendent Kent Kern
Schools 64
Budget $337 million[1]
Students and staff
Students 39,750
Teachers 2,450
Other information
Website www.sanjuan.edu

San Juan Unified School District is a school district in Sacramento County, California, that serves Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Orangevale, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, parts of Rancho Cordova, and parts of Sacramento.

San Juan Unified includes some elementary schools, 8 K-8 schools, 8 middle schools, and 9 high schools, plus an additional number of alternative schools, early childhood centers, and adult education centers.

High schools[edit]

The nine comprehensive high schools which are part of the San Juan Unified School District include:

Middle schools[edit]

San Juan Unified School District has a total of 8 middle schools in the district, listed below .

  • Arcade Fundamental Middle School
  • Arden Middle School
  • John Barrett Middle School
  • Andrew Carnegie Middle School
  • Winston Churchill Middle School
  • Louis Pasteur Middle School
  • Will Rogers Middle School
  • Sylvan Middle School

K-8 schools[edit]

  • Gold River Discovery Center
  • Kingswood K-8
  • Lichen K-8
  • Orangevale Open K-8
  • Sierra Oaks K-8
  • Starr King K-8
  • Thomas Edison Language Institute
  • Woodside K-8

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Arlington Heights Elementary
  • Cambridge Heights Elementary
  • Cameron Ranch Elementary
  • Carmichael Elementary
  • Carriage Drive Elementary
  • Cottage Elementary
  • Cowan Fundamental
  • Coyle Avenue Elementary
  • Del Dayo Elementary
  • Del Paso Manor Elementary
  • Deterding Elementary
  • Harry Dewey Fund. Elementary
  • Dyer-Kelly Elementary
  • Grand Oaks Elementary
  • Green Oaks Fundamental Elementary
  • Greer Elementary
  • Howe Avenue Elementary
  • Thomas Kelly Elementary
  • Earl Le Gette Elementary
  • Mariemont Elementary
  • Mariposa Elementary
  • Mission Avenue Elementary
  • Northridge Elementary
  • Oakview Community Elementary
  • Ottoman Elementary
  • Pasadena Elementary
  • Charles Peck Elementary
  • Pershing Elementary
  • Albert Schweitzer Elementary
  • Skycrest Elementary
  • Trajan Elementary
  • Twin Lakes Elementary
  • Whitney Avenue Elementary

Continuation schools[edit]

  • La Entrada Continuation/AdvancePath Academy
  • Laurel Ruff - Community Transition Programs (special education)
  • Sunrise Tech Center

Other[edit]

  • Camp Winthers Camp owned by (San Juan Unified)
  • El Sereno High School (Independent Study)
  • La Vista Center (Special education)
  • Ralph Richardson Center (Special education)

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