Tustin Unified School District

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Tustin Unified School District
300 South "C" Street
, California, 92780
United States
District information
TypePublic school district
Established1 July 1972; 47 years ago (1972-07-01)
SuperintendentDr. Gregory A. Franklin
School boardTustin Unified School District Board of Education
Budget$166 million (2010-11)
Enrollment23,000 (October 2010)
Other information

Tustin Unified School District was created from the 1972 voter-approved unification of the Tustin Elementary School District and the Tustin Union High School District. It is located in Tustin, a city in Orange County, California, United States. Its district territory comprises the cities of Tustin, and parts of North Tustin, and the western part of Irvine. It has 18 elementary schools, five middle schools, four high schools, one K-8 school, and one adult school.


In the 1860s, Columbus Tustin bought 839 acres (3.40 km2) of land to found the city of Tustin. In 1872, he built a schoolhouse and donated to the community, founding what was then called the Sycamore School District. In 1889, the district was renamed the Tustin School District. In 1922, Tustin Union High School opened separately, finally merging with the Tustin School district in 1972 to create the Tustin Unified School District.

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Arroyo Elementary School
  • Barbara Benson Elementary School
  • Benjamin Beswick Elementary School
  • Helen Estock Elementary School
  • Guin Foss Elementary School
  • Robert Heideman Elementary School
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Hicks Canyon Elementary School
  • Ladera Elementary School
  • Loma Vista Elementary School
  • Myford Elementary School
  • W.R. Nelson Elementary School
  • Peters Canyon Elementary School
  • Red Hill Elementary School (Tustin)
  • Jeane Thorman Elementary School
  • Tustin Memorial Academy
  • Tustin Ranch Elementary School
  • Marjorie Veeh Elementary School

Future elementary schools[edit]

  • Heritage School (fall 2016)

K-8 schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

The Foothill High School front office

Adult school[edit]

  • Tustin Adult School

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