New Haven Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Union City, CA. It has 11,893 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 25 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
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New Haven Unified School District Reviews
I have always had positive experiences with the school district that I attend, New Haven Unified School District. The best qualities of the district are the resources that students are provided with and the diversity of the student populace. Every student is provided with a Chromebook, which is especially convenient for students who don't have access to another electronic at home. Students are able to borrow books from the library and return them at any time without being fined. Moreover, diversity is our greatest strength. My school and all the schools within the district have students of different ethnicities, who speak a wide range of languages. Consequently, students are more accepting of other cultures.
My favorite school for my child was James Logan High School. My son played in the band and they were seen worldwide during the Pasadena Rose Parade on New Year's Day. It was something he and we will always treasure. My daughter was on the debate team. So few schools still have forensics, but James Logan has it and many other extra-curricular activities as well. James Logan High School is also directly across the street from the Union City Library, and they have many activities for young people.
As an immigrant student, this school district's diversity helped me as a student to grow and explore new possibilities. Diversity is what the New Haven Unified District is well-known for. With this type of environment has helped create safety within the schools. During my junior year, the entire school was put on lockdown, after a dangerous threat. Although the lockdown lasted for two hours, I was impressed by the staff, especially teachers in ensuring every students' safety inside the classroom. Each room had a bucket with basic necessities. The lockdown was announced before lunchtime, therefore many students were hungry and needed use restrooms. Thankfully the classroom had a bucket of basic emergency needs. What made me even more touched is how my teacher was able to offer her own lunch in order to ease hunger for her students. I was deeply touched by her selfless gesture and her concerns for her students