Vista Unified School District

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Vista Unified School District
Vista Unified School District CA Logo, 2013.png
1234 Arcadia Ave
Vista, CA 92084

United States
Coordinates 33°13′34″N 117°13′20″W / 33.2262°N 117.2222°W / 33.2262; -117.2222Coordinates: 33°13′34″N 117°13′20″W / 33.2262°N 117.2222°W / 33.2262; -117.2222
District information
Type Public
Grades Preschool-12
Established 1936
Superintendent Dr. Devin Vodicka
Accreditation(s) Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Schools 34
District ID 0641190[1]
Students and staff
Students 25,843
Teachers 981
Staff 1,022
Student-teacher ratio 26.36
Other information
Board of Directors Elizabeth Jaka
Carol Herrera
Jim Gibson
Angela Chunka
Rich Alderson

Vista Unified School District is a public school district headquartered in Vista, California, United States. It serves sections of northern San Diego County.

The Vista Unified School District is the 4th largest school district in San Diego County and includes 32 schools with diverse educational programs for kindergarten through adult education students. VUSD has 17 elementary schools, 3 magnet schools, 4 middle schools, 2 comprehensive high schools, 3 alternative high schools, 2 special education schools and 1 adult school. VUSD serves more than 23,000 students and 2,000 adult education students in Vista, as well as sections of Oceanside, San Marcos, Carlsbad and some unincorporated areas of the County.


Middle and high schools[edit]

High Schools[edit]

  • Alta Vista High School
  • Major General Raymond Murray High School
  • Mission Vista High School
  • Palomar High School
  • Rancho Buena Vista High School
  • Sierra Vista High School
  • Vista High School
  • Trade Tech High School (Charter)
  • Guajome Park Academy (Charter)

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Madison Middle School (MMS)
  • Rancho Minerva Middle School (RMMS)
  • Roosevelt Middle School (RMS)
  • Vista Focus Academy
  • Vista Magnet Middle School (VMMS)
  • Vista Innovation & Design Academy (VIDA)
  • Washington Middle School (defunct, successor is VIDA)
  • Guajome Park Academy (Charter)

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Alamosa Park
  • Beaumont
  • Bobier
  • Breeze Hill
  • California Ave
  • Casita Center
  • Empresa
  • Foothill Oak
  • Grapevine
  • Guajome Park Academy (Charter)
  • Hannalei
  • Lake
  • Maryland
  • Mission Meadows
  • Monte Vista
  • North Star Academy
  • Olive
  • Temple Heights
  • Vista Academy of Performing Arts (VAPA)

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