Linden Unified School District is a public school district located in Linden, CA. It has 2,223 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
18527 E. Main St.
Linden, CA 95236
Linden Unified School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Linden Unified School District
Middle Schools in Linden Unified School District
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Linden Unified School District Reviews
The aspect I like most regarding Linden Unified School District is the fact that it is very diverse for being such a small community, but what I dislike is the judgement that comes along with that diversity. Linden is a great community, but there are various standards and criteria that’s hard to live up to. I’m intrigued with the diversity amongst the community, but if you don’t fit “the look” of the community you’re constantly judged because of that.
Linden Unified School District is such a welcoming community to be a part of. Since we are so small, the connections that are made in the town are crucial. The school district and community do everything they can to make sure everyone feels welcome and that they succeed. I would change would be the stigma around political issues and the polar opposite views in the schools, I would like to see a better mental health (eating disorders, depression, anxiety, etc..) implemented in my school, and I would like there to be more programs for LGBT+ students to feel more welcome.
I have been in the Linden Unified School District all my life. I enjoy that it is a small community and we are able to connect well with the teachers. I am currently a senior at the Linden High School. I like the fact that there is always a cop on campus because it offers me safety. I take AP classes and I believe that the teacher are qualified to teach such material. Although, one thing that I would change about the school is that it does not offer many clubs and extracurricular activities. I wish their could be more clubs at the school so I may be involved more. I am currently involved in MECHA but I do with their were clubs. Overall, I believe that Linden High is a very good place to attend because of its small community and friendly staff. I would say that I will be proud to consider myself a 2018 graduate from Linden High School.