Jefferson Union High School District is an above average, public school district located in Daly City, CA. It has 4,862 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
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Jefferson Union High School District Reviews
I love this school district, my first day of high school I had classes with students from different schools and I hardly knew anybody. However as time went by I got close with a lot of new people and they were all so nice to me! I thought high school was going to be scary especially being very short. To my surprise I didn't get bullied and the students were all so friendly and inviting. Especially at my high school, westmoor. I honestly wouldn't change a thing. Being this is my last year of high school I'd say this school district is amazing I wouldn't change a thing. Maybe restoration or better buildings and better school lunches lol but with the education system I think the teachers are doing their very best to give us the proper education we need.
What i enjoyed the most about Jefferson high school was the other students. I also liked the teachers which were excellent at their job. What I do want to change a little more is the amount of attention that goes into each sport. I mean the school put most of their attention into football rather than the other sports like soccer, basketball, cross country, swimming and batmentin. So all in all the school was pretty good, I would just love to see the attention in other sports.
As a member of the new charter school in this district, the learning environment was definitely different. We were primarily a project-based learning school, meaning we focused on week to month-long projects rather than weekly quizzes and tests.