Albany City Unified School District is an elite, public school district located in Albany, CA. It has 3,881 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
Albany City Unified School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Albany City Unified School District
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Albany City Unified School District Reviews
I had an excellent educational experience in the Albany Unified School District. From pre school to graduating senior, it has long been my home. I truly valued my time in such an intensely cultural and thoughtfully diverse student body, something I now seek out in my continued education and professional career. The work ethics and personal responsibility taught in Albany has prepared me well for the trials of adulthood, although I feel they could have been more helpful on the actual college and scholarship application process. Overall Albany is a wonderful school district, one I found to be highly inclusive, fun and academically oriented. I would recommend highly to my friends and family.
Albany City Unified School District is a super small district where students pretty much stick around the same people from kindergarten to high school. This causes the relationships between students to be especially tight, since everybody knows everyone else. Education wise, the teachers here are great. They put their 100% into teaching and do it for the students. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Albany.
Albany Unified School District is overall a great place for education. The students and parents are involved and invested in the success of all learners, though this environment can lead to unnecessary stress. The district is a diverse place, and fosters a sense of inclusivity among students.