Center Joint Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Antelope, CA. It has 4,476 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
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Center Joint Unified School District Reviews
I'm currently a senior at Center High School and these past 4 years have been amazing! What I like about the Center Joint Unified School District is that all the schools are so involved with each other in so many different ways. For example, seniors will do multiple community hours at the lower level schools. There's not really anything that'd I'd like to see change, because I'm content!
My favorite thing about the Center Joint Unified School District is the amazing staff. Every teacher on campus genuinely cares for the education of each student, as do those in administration. The environment is like no other; peers are supportive of one another and are extremely inclusive. Cliques are nonexistent. The amount of spirit at each school in the district, whether it be at sporting events or rallies or on spirit days, is unmatched. I would change absolutely nothing. This district has provided me with a home away from home and I am so grateful to be able to grow as a person here.
My experience varies between the different schools in the district. In my experience the high school (Center) is better than the middle school/junior school, and I graded based on Center high school. What I would like to see change is the dress code (less strict) , more counseler-student interaction, and the school needs to work on letting the non AP students know about the A-G requirements. Overall, the district is okay.