Sanger Unified School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Sanger, CA. It has 12,102 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
Sanger Unified School District Rankings
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Sanger Unified School District Reviews
Sanger High School is the underdog within the Fresno county system of schools. However, there are more than what is labeled. Sanger provides pathways that allow students for dual-enrollment and allows students to have college experience. Students are able to be ready and prepared for college through these provided pathways. The teachers here are either a hit or a miss. There are some teachers that are mediocre or terrible and there are some who rise as great teachers that helps students beyond the classroom. Sanger has a small and warm community where everyone knows everyone; however, closeness is what brings people together. Sanger ensures a safe and appropriate environment for students' education.
Overall Sanger High is a very good school. It teaches you everything you need to know academic wise and prepares you for your future. The school offers many AP and honor classes as well as encouraging students to advance in there education. Not to mention the countless clubs and sports available to all students. The campus is a really friendly environment not only from your fellow students but the faculty as well. Besides the food and questionable dress code they just installed, the school is without a doubt one of the best in the area.
Sanger Unified, academically speaking, it top notch! The teachers are great, care about their students and work hard to ensure success. However, the campus environment is not always safe and secure especially the High School. I would like Sanger to focus on making all students feel valued, important and understood not just the athletes and ASB students.