Sacramento City Unified School District is the 10th largest public K-12 district in California and one of the oldest in the western United States (established in 1854). SCUSD serves 43,000 students on 76 campuses, which include quality neighborhood schools and sought-after specialty programs.
As an open enrollment district, parents have many choices for the children’s education.
Elementary, middle, and high school students are assigned to a designated neighborhood school based on where the student lives, as long as the school offers the services the student needs.
Each neighborhood school has a defined geographic boundary and is intended to serve the students who live within that geographic boundary.
To determine your child’s school of attendance based on school boundary, please call the Enrollment Center personnel at (916) 643-2400 or use either our Interactive Map or Neighborhood Locator tools below.
Addressing the student achievement gap is a top priority of the Sacramento City Unified School District – and of urban public school districts across the nation. The SCUSD Enrollment Center is a key component of the District’s multi-front focus on improving equity within our community.
The primary goal of the Enrollment Center is to provide families in the Sacramento City Unified School District with a more efficient enrollment process and access to district resources at the point of enrollment.
The 2017-2018 Open Enrollment period is now closed for both Elementary and Secondary grades. Expand the sections below for more information on what’s next for a particular grade level.
Grades K – 6
The Open Enrollment period for Elementary (Grades K through 6) is now closed. Any application received after 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 cannot be processed.
What happens now?
The application deadline has passed.
What happens now?
All specialty program applications are reviewed. Applications eligible for the program will move to the Open Enrollment process and lottery system.
Out-of-district applicants who meet the criteria will go on the waiting list after qualified in-district applicants per California Education Code.
Notification letters will be mailed to all applicants the first week of March.
Welcome and thank you for visiting the department where the goal is to meet or exceed your expectations. The Matriculation & Orientation Center is the district’s centralized registration office for in-take of new language minority students to Sacramento City Unified School District.
The MOC provides Assessor-Translators who perform numerous language-related services linking parents to district programs. Languages are available in Spanish, Hmong, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese and Mien. For more information to your questions, please contact Ms. Luda Hedger.