Tracy Joint Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Tracy, CA. It has 16,426 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 41% in reading.
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Tracy Joint Unified School District Reviews
The TUSD students, staff, and administration are amazing! Staff and Admin. work together consistently to make all possible efforts in improving the learning and built environment. Its general culture is a WE attitude and not a ME mindset. Its wonderful to see the students and their education flourish at TUSD.
Nice diversity and great staff! I would highly reccommend gojng to schools with this district because i believe it will help young people. Many of their schools are divers and i think that makes student unique. different colors. Amazing staff. students are close with many extracurricular activities and sports. Many events. New teachers every year. Been with this district for 13 years and it a great experience. Thank you !
In the Tracy Unified School District, specifically, West High School, I was always welcomed with diverse culture our school celebrated proudly. No group towered over another and despite our lackluster sport teams there was always a big amount of spirit that happened during the games. There's always those special teachers that didn't stop working till we got the material. However, there was always teachers who held the students entirely accountable for a poor grade and offered little to no outside help. If I had to see one thing change about this school is that I would like the teachers to be held more accountable for their teaching methods, and if it seems their method isn't the best for a class they would be open to changing it.