Union School District, San Jose
The Union School District operates six elementary schools (K-5) and two middle schools (6-8) in the greater San Jose, California, USA area. The district serves 4400 students. Confusingly, the district is not a union school district under California law; rather, it was named in honor of the Union Army when founded in 1863, during the American Civil War.
|School Name||Students||FTE Teachers||Pupil/Teacher Ratio|
|Alta Vista Elementary School*||454||19||19.4|
|Athenour Elementary School||---||--||---|
|Carlton Elementary School||401||19||18.5|
|Dartmouth Middle School||916||41.6||21.1|
|Guadalupe Elementary School||452||15||22.6|
|Lietz Elementary School||473||20||18.7|
|Lone Hill Elementary School||---||---|
|Noddin Elementary School||624||25||20.9|
|Oster Elementary School||459||13||22.2|
|Union Middle School||803||35.8||22.2|
Note: Based on 2002-2003 school year data
*Alta Vista Elementary is in Los Gatos; all the rest are in San Jose.
For budgetary reasons, the District closed Athenour and Lone Hill schools in 2004, after a local property tax initiative failed to pass.