Dos Palos-Oro Loma Joint Unified School District is a public school district located in Dos Palos, CA. It has 2,293 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 15% of students are at least proficient in math and 24% in reading.
2041 Almond St.
Dos Palos, CA 93620
Elementary Schools in Dos Palos-Oro Loma Joint Unified School District
High Schools in Dos Palos-Oro Loma Joint Unified School District
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- B83 Students
- A48 Students
- B47 Students
- C43 Students
- B40 Students
- A-33 Students
- A+32 Students
- A32 Students
- B31 Students
- A+31 Students
Dos Palos-Oro Loma Joint Unified School District Reviews
The overall experience is average. As the district is small the resources it offers reflect it. However, in recent year the district has made some developments in departments and courses added. The teachers vary there are some who do not care to apply themselves while others dedicate their time and energy to teaching. Classes taught by "caring" teachers are typically the better ones where the material is actually taught and learned by students while the classes where teachers are "laid back" tend to be where students do not learn. Although administration in the district has had issues in the past some of it has recently been replaced which leaves some hope for its future students.
Graduating from Dos Palos I can personally tell you that it wasn't the best there were many things that were wrong with the school, however, the school culture and sport, as well as academics opportunities, were great. Since I left there has been so much growth in classes as well as resources in different careers for example business and nursing. It is not the best school but it does have a lot of heart.
The DosPalos-Oro Loma Joint Unified School District is a very small and poor district. The staff here is nice and have good personalities but the academics here aren't so good. When it comes to electives and classes, you don't have much of an option. You are varied to what type of classes you can take specially since the district doesn't have enough money to hire more teachers who can offer other electives. The resources and good but not all. Most of our classes usually only have a class set of book so we can't take books that we read in class home. It is small district which we are part of and the school is very small. Its an alright school and district.