Culver City Unified School District is a top rated, public school district located in Culver City, CA. It has 6,856 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Culver City Unified School District Reviews
I went from Farragut to CCMS to CCHS. At Farragut, we spent a total of 9 consecutive years there because I have 2 sisters that also went there. The relationships made at CCMS & CCHS weren't as intimate, but I really enjoyed my years at CCMS. CCMS was enjoyable & I had a lot of fun learning. Then, I feel as though it only went downhill from there for me. CCHS has many passionate teachers that love their job, but there are also a handful that don't seem to enjoy teaching teenagers & aren't passionate about what they're teaching. Additionally, the environment at the high school is dirty & not so welcoming. CCUSD is a great district & have brought up some of the best & brightest students, but for a place a student spends much of their childhood, growing & learning, there are lots of improvements that need to be made & our money/funds needs to be prioritized on things like making sure our bathrooms are functional before we build more infrastructure that will just require more maintenance.
I came into the Culver district when I was in 6th grade. Most of the students have been in the Culver district since elementary school, meaning they go to one of the 4 elementary schools in the district and then go on to the middle school then the high school. Some of these students have known each other since they were in Kindergarten. When I transferred from an LAUSD district to Culver you could see the difference. The class sizes were so much smaller, the teachers way more involved in a students life. The community itself was made up of the teachers such as Culver's AYSO program. I would play along side my 7th grade English teachers daughter. The Culver City District is very close and is always looking for new opportunities to improve the community.
What I loved about Culver City was the help that they offer to students, especially for college. The best program here would be the AVID program, which offers help from 9th to 12th grade and has a specific plan for each grade. The teachers have been chosen well, since they offer the support that the students need. The success rate for graduation is extremely high, and also the diversity on our campus is considered to be one of the best in the nation. In addition, it also supports the students clubs, and there are a diverse amount of clubs reflecting the diversity of our school.