Castro Valley Unified School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Castro Valley, CA. It has 9,332 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 60% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Castro Valley Unified School District Reviews
Castro Valley is a hidden gem in the Bay Area. The diversity, tight-knit community, small town charm, with big city accessibility make it a remarkable place to raise a family. The weather is near perfect all year-round, and the schools are wonderful. So many options to choose from- mainstream public, language immersion, Montessori-charter. The performing arts and sports offerings are impressive, and most importantly the staff and faculty are incredible- along with a superstar superintendent.
Castro Valley Unified School District is good in many ways but it lacks in other ways. For example they need to get rid of common core, and trojan time at the high school. They also tend to spend money on dumb stuff like painting the floors rather than updating materials and teacher salaries. The administration at cvhs needs a face lift because some of the people there aren't the nicest. I would also recommend keeping the counselors the same for all four years and not changing them out year by year. For the past three years the high school has managed to cut almost every senior tradition, like senior quotes, senior prank, and many others. They are starting to make senior year less memorable for most and it's saddening because senior year is suppose to be the best year.
Castro Valley is a very diverse community therefore; the Castro Valley Unified Schools have very diverse students. As a student currently attending CVHS, the atmosphere is O.K. and it overall has a pretty safe environment. How well the teachers teach varies from 'might as well teach myself' to 'wow, I wish all teachers were like this'. There are a wide variety of clubs to join: volunteer clubs, feminist clubs, fashion clubs, STEM clubs etc. You are sure to find one that you wish to be involved in. CVHS’s sports teams are pretty good too. There’s even a golf and water polo team!