Imperial Unified School District is a public school district located in Imperial, CA. It has 4,036 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 25 to 1. According to state test scores, 38% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
219 N. E St.
Imperial, CA 92251
Imperial Unified School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Imperial Unified School District
High Schools in Imperial Unified School District
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- A-145 Students
- C143 Students
- A113 Students
- A+98 Students
- A97 Students
- A80 Students
- A78 Students
- A+62 Students
- A+54 Students
- B+50 Students
Imperial Unified School District Reviews
I moved to Imperial High School for my Junior year and I much prefer this high school over my previous one. Imperial High School focuses on the academics and helps me be better prepared for the college experience. In my previous school, the workload was easy and not very challenging for a student. At Imperial High School, I feel as if I am challenged and that I will be prepared for college. The only thing I would change is the spirit that my school lacks. I would also like there to be more advanced classes so that I can challenge myself even further.
My experience at Imperial high school for the past three years were interesting yet amazing. As a senior at the school I wa surrounded by students that were ready to learn and were ready to be apart of something at school. The school diversity wasn’t very diverse the majority was Mexian Americans and even though not being around as many cultures it didn’t really effect the way I learned at school. The teachers at the school were there when you needed them the work load was somewhat a lot by never so much too much that you’d feel overwhelmed with. The school itself was and is an amazing school they help you understand what you’re learning it’s not a school that comes off as terrible. In the end my experience at the school was interesting I learned what I had to learn at the school.
I live in an area where Spanish is the dominant language, however I was always informed that English was supposed to be spoken in the classrooms. Several of my classes have been taught in Spanish even though I requested that professors speak English as well. Even though my requests were approved, they were not practiced. This made several lessons very hard for me to follow.