Top California School Districts

Top California School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Abc Unified 20,811 n/a 94%
    Acalanes Union High 5,522 n/a 98%
    Ackerman Charter 556 n/a n/a
    Acton-agua Dulce Unified 7,450 n/a 90-94%
    Adelanto Elementary 10,587 n/a n/a
    Alameda County Office Of Education 2,293 n/a 35%
    Alameda Unified 11,065 n/a 87%
    Albany City Unified 3,818 n/a 93%
    Alexander Valley Union Elementary 123 n/a n/a
    Alhambra Unified 17,255 n/a 96%
    Alisal Union 9,282 n/a n/a
    Allensworth Elementary 86 n/a n/a
    Alpaugh Unified 740 n/a 60-79%
    Alpine County Office Of Education 5 n/a PS%
    Alpine County Unified 80 n/a n/a
    Alpine Union Elementary 1,707 n/a n/a
    Alta Loma Elementary 5,904 n/a n/a
    Alta Vista Elementary 572 n/a n/a
    Alta-dutch Flat Union Elementary 92 n/a n/a
    Alum Rock Union Elementary 12,064 n/a n/a
    Alview-dairyland Union Elementary 384 n/a n/a
    Alvina Elementary 183 n/a n/a
    Alvord Unified 19,433 n/a 90%
    Amador County Office Of Education 217 n/a ≥50%
    Amador County Rop n/a n/a n/a
    Amador County Unified 3,829 n/a 90%
    Anaheim City 18,840 n/a n/a
    Anaheim Union High 31,253 n/a 89%
    Anderson Union High 1,844 n/a 89%
    Anderson Valley Unified 522 n/a ≥90%
    Antelope Elementary 695 n/a n/a
    Antelope Elementary 96 n/a n/a
    Antelope Elementary 43 n/a n/a
    Antelope Elementary 18 n/a n/a
    Antelope Valley Rop n/a n/a n/a
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