Escalon Unified School District is a public school district located in Escalon, CA. It has 2,895 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 31% of students are at least proficient in math and 41% in reading.
Escalon Unified School District Rankings
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Escalon Unified School District Reviews
I wasn't always at Escalon High School. I moved to Escalon half way through sophmore year and all I can say is that I felt like I belonged. The stuents there made me feel welcomed. I thought it would be intimidating to go to a new school but on my first day I make a lot of friends. From then on I wainvolved in the community like volunteering at the middle school and elementry school. I participate in numerous of clubs like Interact, GSA, HYLC, FHF, CSF, Art club, and Photo club. The teachers there are all wonderful and care about their students future. There are some teachers that come to school way before it starts so that students can come get help if gthey don't have time to do so after school. They are also there for us during our lunch break and after school. Escalon high school is a close knitted school in a welcoming neighborhood.
My experience at EHS was so great. I was very involved in the school with sports and going to many fun school activities. There was a lot of school spirt. Parents were involved in a lot of the things going on at the school. There are many interesting new classes like computer programming and the new first responder class. They are getting there in getting students college and career ready. Academics were pretty good and the teachers and administrators are always helping the students get on the right path. Some things that I would like to see change would be the administration being more involved in school activities you can tell that they play favorites in what they like to go to and some clubs and sports feel left out.
Very sports oriented. Relatively safe campus. Not bad for a small town high school, and the middle school was good. Elementary schools vary by location, but the rural ones have good people.