SCUSD provides part day State funded preschool for eligible parents. The family monthly income must be under a certain amount.
If you would like to enroll in the State Preschool program please contact one of our two registration center Hiram Johnson Family Education Center, 3535 65th Street, (916) 277-7151;or Capital City Child Development Center, 7220 24th Street, (916) 433-2736.
Bowling Green Charter School is a 50-year-old K-6 elementary school with an illustrious history that became California’s 18th charter school in 1993. In the mid-1960’s it was featured in Sunset Magazine for its innovative arboretum, which was a focal point of community involvement and integrated thematic instruction. As one of California’s earliest charter schools, it has continued that noble tradition and embraced other ground-breaking policies, such as class size reduction, that have since become common throughout the district and state.
Signature field trips: Sly Park, Sunsplash (6th grade promotion)
Parent groups: PTA
After school: ACES program
The students, staff and parents of Earl Warren Elementary School are committed to relentlessly working toward high academic achievement and personal growth. All of our teachers have been trained to deliver instruction based on the most current research-based strategies.
Special programs: Johnson provides academic pathways for students: Health and Medical Services; Law Academy; Johnson Corporate Business Academy; Johnson Public Services; Air Force Junior ROTC; Technology and Engineering Design.
Sports: Football, volleyball, soccer, cross country, wrestling, basketball, softball, baseball, track and field. For more information on Johnson athletics, click here.
Clubs: Johnson students participate in more than 30 clubs, including National Honor Society, Key Club, Robotics, Speech and Debate and Junior Rise. For a full list of clubs, click here.
Signature field trips: College tours
Hiram Johnson High School is one of the Superintendent’s Priority Schools. Our goal is to provide innovative systems that support high academic achievement for all students through the following Small Learning Communities/California Partnership Academies.
Leataata Floyd Elementary is one of the Superintendent’s Priority Schools. Our mission is to focus on three targets: (1.) Academic Instruction, (2.) Core Belief Systems and(3.) Engaging our Students, Families, Communities. To use a catch phrase, “We hold an ACE up our sleeves!” to promote student success.
After school: START and Phoenix Park Magic Johnson Community Empowerment Center
Parkway Elementary is a place where students are eager to learn, feel accepted, know what is expected of them and are recognized for all of their achievements. Monthly and weekly assemblies and incentive programs are in place to recognize students’ academic and social development. We believe that all people excel in an environment that is safe and offers everyone unlimited opportunities for personal success.
Susan B. Anthony is definitely a “School on the Move.” The school helps its students experience success by focusing on literacy, encouraging parental involvement, celebrating its rich cultural diversity and promoting mutual respect for all. All English-language learners spend time in English language development classes to increase their fluency with English and most receive primary language support.