Lodi Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Lodi, CA. It has 30,797 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 43% in reading.
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Lodi Unified School District Reviews
I was in Lodi Unified from elementary all the way until I graduated high school. I was a student of Mosher Elementary, Morada Middle School, and Ronald E. McNair High School. I hold precious memories from each school. It’s always nerve wracking entering a new school but all of them managed to make me feel welcomed. It’s extremely diverse so you’ll easily find where you feel like you belong. The teachers are incredible to say in the least. It’s easy to see the care and effort they put into seeing each and every student succeed. They go above and beyond to ensure it. Not only do they assure a great school experience, they make sure that the students are ready for what they will face ahead. I’m breezing through my college general education classes thanks to them! Lodi Unified and its staff have definitely helped me discover who I am and prepared me for who I am to become.
I had not been in the Lodi Unified School District until I was a freshman in high school. I have to say that I love it. The district hires quality teachers that care and put a lot of their heart into their teachings (at least at my school). The district is unfair in some ways, though. They charge students sales tax for orders that do not have tax (example: custom shirt orders). Other than that, I have no complaints!
Lodi district allowed me to go to a school in which I can take both college and high school, classes. For that I am thankful. However, over the last four years, I have noticed many cracks in our system. For example, in my student activities class, we use Adobe InDesign frequently, and recently the district's license expired. My teacher said that they may not be able to pay to re-license the program. This means that for the remainder of the year, we may have to acquire 7-day free trials or we will have to buy the program ourselves. Also, the district has made it increasingly harder to do work on our district distributed Chromebooks. Many useful websites are blocked, along with the ability to go on our personal email. This prevents me and many other people from doing their homework on their Chromebooks because we cannot go to websites that we need. By no means am I in an inadequate district. My teachers are nice and helpful, however, there are many improvements to be made.