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Education in Lodi

Lodi is fortunate to have an excellent local school district as well as many choices for higher education within the surrounding areas.

Lodi Unified School District

Lodi Unified School District encompasses 350 square miles and serves the cities of Lodi, North Stockton, and the communities of Acampo, Clements, Lockeford, and Woodbridge. Almost 30,000 students are enrolled in grades K-12. There are 49 school sites, 33 elementary, seven middle, four high schools and two continuation high schools, an adult school, development center for disabled students, several pre-schools, a career center and a children's center.

In addition to Lodi's wonderful primary and secondary educational facilities, it is also within 40 miles of more than eight institutes of higher education. Just 10 miles south of Lodi, in the city of Stockton, is Delta College, a community college offering a first-rate education at affordable rates. The mission of San Joaquin Delta College is providing excellent post- secondary education that serves the needs of students, the College District and the community through continuing, transfer, and career education. To achieve this objective, the faculty and staff commit themselves to providing comprehensive instructional programs, student services and public services that are high quality. All aspects of the College encourage good citizenship, responsible leadership, ethical behavior, and the appreciation of lifelong learning.

National University in Stockton

You can also find National University in Stockton. National University prides itself on assisting students with their bachelor's or master's degree quickly, while gaining real-world skills. National University has 22,000 full-time students and offers over 100 graduate and undergraduate degrees. It is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and ranks first in California and the nation in granting master's degrees in education to minorities.

These fine schools, in addition to the many other choices surrounding Lodi make it a great place to raise a family as well as a wonderful option when considering where to send your children when it's time for them to continue their education after high school.

Lodi Unified School District
(209) 331-7010

Delta College
(209) 954-5266

National University
(209) 475-1401

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