Chaffey Joint Union High School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Ontario, CA. It has 23,894 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
Chaffey Joint Union High School District Rankings
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Chaffey Joint Union High School District Reviews
Los Osos High School is a prestigious learning environment that challenges a student's mind to perform to its fullest potential. Each classroom harbors a mentor who makes it their duty to teach their students key principles that will become the foundation for their futures. They offer guidance by connecting with each individual and channeling their innermost capabilities to exceed the standards of today's school system. Extracurricular activities are highly encouraged and are supported by staff. The campus provides a safe learning setting where education is most valued and all pupils strive to do their best and leave an imprint on the world. Culture is found in great diversity and provides an additional experience collaborating with surrounding peers. The overall experience in this school is great, and plays a major factor in preparing each class with the skills they'll need when entering the next step in their lives.
I would not change a thing. The faculty and staff are amazing! My academic experience has been the best. I have also enjoyed the team sport experience with water polo, swimming, and volleyball.
I liked Los Osos high school and most of my teachers. My favorite teachers included Mrs. Diver, Mr Hartz, Mrs. Mcbride, Mrs.Elliot, Wrs. Grennan. I also liked the classes that they offered, especially Water Technology and Robotics.Water technology was my most influential class by far over my four years in the district because it showed me about the water industry and the water politics in California. This class made me want to be apart of the water district. Robotics was also very influential to me because this is the day and are that we are living in right now. If I were to change one thing about the school it would be the library. It contains our computer lab and it is not always open.