Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce

Education

The Cloverdale Unified School District is large enough (C.U.S.D. 1,550 Pre-K to 12th grade ADA) to offer a variety of exciting academic programs, yet small enough to care about each and every student.

Our students have the opportunity to develop self-confidence in a caring community while pursuing a first-class education through a rigorous curriculum that has relevance to their lives, and making lasting connections through ongoing relationships with the staff, the community and each other.

Some of our District’s features include: highly-qualified teachers and staff at all educational levels, a wide variety of sports programs, active arts program offerings (language arts, performing arts, visual arts and music programs), competitive and rising test scores, and a Safe Campus certified by Healthy Kids report.

Our District offers a safe, supportive and nurturing environment for students, where students are known on a first-name basis by teachers and staff, where they can grow and thrive throughout their academic careers, and where they have the opportunity to shine in their own community…we welcome the opportunity for you to get to know us!

DISTRICT AND SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS:
Accessibility

Teachers live in and share the community with their students – close-knit environment – Small-town atmosphere… World-class education… 80% of our graduates go on to pursue a higher education at institutions such as Harvard, UCLA, Cal Poly, Stanford and Sonoma State University

Supportive Group Network
Cloverdale Adds Resources for Education Foundation; Parent Teacher Association (Jefferson and Washington Schools); Parent Teacher Student Association (Cloverdale High School); City/School Subcommittee; Head Start/Even Start; YMCA; Restorative Resources Partnership; Eagle Pride Sports Boosters; Cloverdale Boys and Girls Club; District English Learners Advisory Committee; Budget Advisory Team

Jefferson Elementary School
(GRADES K-3)
Before and After School Daycare Program; Fine Arts program; Reading is Fundamental program; Counselor program; Speech and English Language Development programs; 21st Century Grant After-School program;
On-site library

Washington School
(GRADES 4-8)
Computer Technology Lab; Academic Pentathlon; Presidential Awards for Physical Education programs; School Garden and Vineyard; After-School Enrichment programs; Intervention programs; Homework Club; Recognition of Achievements; Award-winning English Language program; Social Advocate for Youth Counselors; 8th Grade Promotion ceremony; Eagle Creek Community Day School

Cloverdale High School
(GRADES 9-12)
Human Rights Award-winning Hate-Free Community/Diversity programs; AP Classes; Academic Counseling program; After-School Enrichment program; Santa Rosa Junior College Partnership program; Mendocino ROP Partnership program; Drama, Music, Culinary, and Fine Arts programs; College Prep program; Career Pathways program; Scholarship Opportunities; Award-winning Athletics programs; Community Service opportunities; CyberHigh program; On-campus Club and Organizations opportunities (California Scholarship Federation, Booster Club, Diversity Club, Fine Arts, Club, FHA-HERO Club, Interact Club, MAYO Club, Parent-Teacher Student Association); Johanna Echols-Hansen Continuation High School program (grades 9-12)

 


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