To inspire student learning and improve academic performance by providing quality education and parent partnership for all students that will prepare them for responsible participation in a changing global society.
Washington Unified School District serves an ethnically diverse and growing population of 7,421 students, with a staff of 400 certificated employees and 350 classified employees. The district currently operates seven elementary schools (six K-8 schools and one Transitional Kindergarten-5 school), a comprehensive high school, an alternative high school, an independent study program, and an adult education program. At least one additional elementary school is planned for the future to accommodate growth.
In addition to a quality K-12 education program, Washington Unified School District offers a variety of additional educational opportunities to meet the needs of our student population. These additional programs include preschool programs, English as a second language education, special education, a Gifted and Talented Educational (GATE) program, an Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program, and an opportunity program.