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Jurupa Unified School District is a public school district located in Jurupa Valley, CA. It has 19,344 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 23% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
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Jurupa Unified School District Reviews
The Jurupa Unified School District has grown immensely as a district by implementing beneficial programs for our future generations. They have worked collaboratively with RCC which is a program in which students in junior and senior year can take college courses and earn high school and college credit. Del Sol Academy is a renovated STEM school that will be opening up, and elementary schools are now implementing Spanish which allows students to be bilingual. However, the district could grow on some areas by being more considerate of the students needs by offering more AP courses to the high schools, IB courses, fixing the food in all schools I think it is not healthy feeding low income students greasy pizza once a week and packaged food. School food in this district should be revised.
There is an abundance of amazing teachers, staff and coaches who go above and beyond to make sure their student are successful. However, the administration of this district is nothing less that utterly terrible. They will fire a member of the JUSD staff in order to save the higher ranked members of the district. They have gotten rid of the top 10 and honors awards which has caused students to be underappreciated. These students deserve to be acknowledged, we are not a socialist country.
My experience throughout my years at Jurupa Valley High School have been very pleasantful. Math teachers are so understanding and willing to help you after school to ensure you do understand each concept. Being a senior, college is an important factor to me. Counselors and faculty do push you to be your best and apply for those schools, as well as apply for FASFA. Don’t be afraid to ask all faculty are willing to help each and student. However, some changes I would suggest is for administration to be more interactive with students. Not only focusing on those who have a bad record, but also take in account the other 95 percent.