Sacramento City Unified School District Reviews
Rating 3.76 out of 5 227 reviews
What I enjoyed and liked about the Sacramento City Unified School District is that, they listened to the students when the students were not satisfied with the school system. They have changed their ways and became much more open minded. What I would like to see change is the engagement, I do want the district to engage with the schools, if they are to give care to the schools, they must take actions in doing so.
I've been fortunate enough to go to schools with amazing teachers who seem to genuinely care about my education. My teachers are the reason I've enjoyed school as much as I have because they try to connect with their students and I appreciate that. However, the way the school district makes decisions is questionable to me. For example, during Covid it seemed as though the teachers improvising not only because of the suddenness of the virus, but also because the school district couldn't come to a decision on how to proceed. I understand it was a difficult time, but I wish they could've made decisions quicker.
I have had many great teachers through my lifetime all through Sac Unified. There have been ups and down but overall I have had a great time in my school life. I have made memories that will last me lifetime and met amazing people. I have been prepared to live life on my own.
Sacramento district has the most dedicated wholesome teachers I’ve learned from. Although the district requirements limits teachers and students learning expansion the efforts from individuals make our learning environment fun and productive.
Sacramento City Unified is a pretty ok school district. They do fund things like the arts and have some amazing teachers but they great experience. are pretty unorganized. There are always some sort of teacher protest every couple of years and funding issues are common. The school district also isn't the best at keeping up. Due to recent circumstances, you can see that they are struggling to keep it together and organized. Despite all of this the schools I have gone to have all been amazing and full of lovely experience.
I like the diversity but there is a lot to improve like the tolerance, the attendance, and the food.
I like how in Sacramento City Unified School District they include all of the other schools then just mine in events and give other students many opportunities on how to prepare for college.
I personally enjoyed the teachers. They are all kind, yet thoughtful of their students. The only thing I would change is if they remodeled some of their schools. Many of the schools have been there for generations and need some work.
The teachers are amazing but the district itself need to respect their staff more. Teachers work very hard and spend a lot of their time outside of school working to make their schools better but the district never respects them, gives them more benefits, or pays them when they are working outside of school. People in the district are getting paid a lot more than teachers and staff when teachers and staff are struggling to help kids and even purchase things to make school more fun, enjoyable, and safe for students.
What I like is the funding provided for the schools. They are very helpful and I believe that it's good as it is.
What I liked was the diversity of the schools that I went to within SCUSD. I was surrounded by new faces each school I went to which I liked a lot. What I didn't like were how the administration were handling problems with students and other major problems.
Fellow peers are very nice and friendly. The teachers are patient and noticeably love their job. They help in any way they can and will explain concepts in different ways to make sure you fully understand. It is overall a very nice environment.
They need to hire better teachers who are more educated and know what they are teaching . Our counselors do not know what they are doing and have never helped. This district gives all of its money to private privilege schools.
Once I found the group of friends and teachers that fit me best, I had a really easy time connecting with people who could help me get to where I wanted to be. Most teachers and help provided, have alot of knowledge on how to help you acheive your academic goal even if you want to stop after two years or end up transferring.
The distract feels like they don't care about the children and only put themself first. Money is the fist priority over the children
I grew up and did my studies in SCUSD from kindergarten to now, recently having finished junior year. In elementary, middle, and high school, there were consistent things to be satisfied or unhappy with. For starters, funding has and always was a big problem. In elementary school, we never had paper towels in the restroom. They added menstrual products in the girls’ bathroom, which is nice and all, but most elementary school girls need paper towels more than menstrual products. One thing that I’ve always liked is the diversity. It may be because Sacramento itself is very diverse, but having different and unique people in the classroom makes the learning process more interesting.
I over all enjoyed going to the High school I went too, it was small to the point where everyone knew each other and felt like a family.