Sacramento City Unified School District

Sacramento City Unified School District

Sacramento City Unified School District

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Sacramento City Unified School District is a school district in Sacramento, California. The district's main office is located at the Serna Center in Sacramento.

The district has been serving most of the city of Sacramento for over 150 years. Sacramento High School opened in 1856. It was the second oldest high school in the United States west of the Mississippi River until the school board voted to close the school in June 2003. The SCUSD is also home to Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School, John F. Kennedy High School, C.K. McClatchy High School, West Campus High School, Hiram Johnson High School,and Rosemont High School.

As Sacramento grew, the district grew and now is among the 10 largest school districts in California serving about 48,000 K-12 students and 20,000 adult education students. Sacramento City is “unified” because kindergarten through 12th grade students are served. Along with neighborhood schools, there are specialized programs such as basic or fundamental, alternative schools, Waldorf methods, charter, JROTC, international study, criminal justice, and independent study.

The current superintendent of Sacramento City Unified School District is Mr. Jonathon P. Raymond who began on August 21, 2009. The previous interim superintendent was Mrs. Susan Miller who has returned to the position of Associate Superintendent, Education-Instructional...
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