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Schools for All Learners

Created in 1960 with the merger of six school districts, San Juan Unified School District has a rich tradition of helping students find academic success and achievement. The district serves a 75-square mile area covering the communities of Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Gold River and Orangevale. Today San Juan Unified is the 11th largest school district in California with an expenditure budget of more than $387 million used to employ more than 5,000 individuals and to educate more than 46,000 students in our early learning, TK-12 and adult programs. 
 
San Juan Unified offers a variety of high quality education environments to serve the learning needs of every student. To find out more about a specific school, use the school selection drop down at the top of any web page. 
 
If you need help or are ready to enroll in a San Juan Unified school, just click the enroll button found at the top of any web page.  
 

Elementary

K-8

Middle

Schools

High Schools

Other

Cambridge Heights 

Cameron Ranch 

Carmichael 

Carriage Drive 

Cottage 

Cowan Fundamental 

Coyle Avenue 

Del Dayo 

Del Paso Manor 

Deterding 

Harry Dewey Fund. 

Dyer-Kelly 

Grand Oaks 

Green Oaks Fundamental 

Greer 

Howe Avenue 

Thomas Kelly 

Earl Le Gette 

Mariemont 

Mariposa Avenue 

Mission Avenue Open

Northridge 

Oakview Community 

Ottomon 

Pasadena Avenue 

Charles Peck 

Pershing 

Albert Schweitzer 

Skycrest 

Trajan 

Twin Lakes 

Whitney Avenue 

Kingswood K-8

Lichen K-8

Orangevale Open K-8

Sierra Oaks K-8

Starr King K-8

Thomas Edison Language Institute

Woodside K-8

Arden 

John Barrett 

Andrew Carnegie 

Winston Churchill 

Louis Pasteur 

Will Rogers 

Sylvan 

 

Casa Roble Fundamental 

Del Campo 

El Camino Fundamental 

El Sereno 

Encina Preparatory 

La Entrada Continuation/AdvancePath Academy

Mesa Verde 

Mira Loma 

Rio Americano 

San Juan 

 

La Vista Center

Laurel Ruff Center

Ralph Richardson Center

Sunrise Tech Center

 
 
Last Modified on December 9, 2015