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Vallejo City Unified School District

Vallejo City Unified School District is a medium-sized K-12 school district in the U.S. state of California, serving 14,468 students (2017-18 school year).[1] The district comprises 16 K-5 schools, four middle schools serving grades 6-8, three comprehensive high schools, a continuation school, a community day school, and a unique school which provides support to families who choose an independent study/home study option. In addition, the district has an extensive child development and preschool program and an adult school which serves 4,000 adults.

SchoolsEdit

The Vallejo City Unified School District as of (2004-2005) includes 16 elementary schools, four middle schools, and three high schools. The Vallejo City Unified School District also has five alternative public education schools including one adult school (Vallejo Adult School).

Elementary schoolsEdit

  • Beverly Hills Elementary
  • Cooper Elementary
  • Federal Terrace Elementary
  • Glen Cove Elementary
  • Highland Elementary
  • Lincoln Elementary
  • Loma Vista Elementary (K-8)
  • Mare Island Health & FItness Academy (K-8)
  • Dan Mini Elementary
  • Patterson Elementary
  • Pennycook Elementary
  • Steffan Manor Elementary
  • Wardlaw Elementary
  • Widenmann Elementary
  • Elmer Cave Elementary was changed to Cave Dual Language Academy in 2010 (K-8)

Middle schoolsEdit

  • Vallejo Middle School(closed)
  • Franklin Middle School
  • Springstowne Middle School (closed)
  • Solano Middle School
  • Hogan Middle School

High schoolsEdit

Alternative schoolsEdit

  • Community Day School
  • Independent Study
  • John Finney High
  • Vallejo Adult School

Charter schoolsEdit

  • Vallejo Charter (dependent, K-8)
  • Mare Island Technology (MIT) Academy Middle School (independent, 6-8)[2]
  • Griffin Academy Middle School (independent, 6-8)[3]
  • MIT (Mare Island Technology) Academy High School (independent, 9-12)
  • Griffin Academy High School (independent high school opening Fall 2020)
  • Caliber Academy (independent, K-8)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vallejo City Unified Profile". Education Data Partnership. 2017-18 School Year. Retrieved March 22, 2019. Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ "MIT Academy Website".
  3. ^ John Glidden (May 8, 2017). "Vallejo school board approves new charter". Vallejo Times Herald. Vallejo, CA. Digital First Media. Retrieved November 12, 2018. A petition to open a new charter school in the city won approval by the Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education during a May 3 meeting.