There are many different choices for your child in the Sacramento City Unified School District.
SCUSD is the 11th largest school district in California and one of the oldest in the western United States (established in 1854). SCUSD serves 42,000 students on 75 campuses and is home to a 2010-11 California Distinguished School, two 2010-11 California Achievement Award schools and the only public Waldorf-inspired high school in the nation. Our independent charter schools serve approximately another 3,600 students.
The schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District are fulfilling our mission to provide every child with a challenging and inspiring educational experience that prepares them for college or a 21st century career.
Our Strategic Plan 2010‐14: Putting Children First, sets high expectations for teaching and learning. Our principals, teachers and staff are dedicated to this end, but we know these lofty goals cannot be achieved without the support of our community – especially parents, our most important partners. Together, we can make Sacramento City Unified School District a model of innovation, teamwork and excellence.
The purpose of the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is to provide parents and the community with important information about each public school. Click on the name of the school to obtain a copy of its SARC or a copy may be obtained from the school upon request. (Education Code §§ 35256, 51101).