Twin Rivers Unified School District is a public school district located in McClellan, CA. It has 31,979 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
Twin Rivers Unified School District Rankings
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Twin Rivers Unified School District Reviews
I have attended Twin Rivers Unified School District since I was in kindergarten, so I am very familiar with how the district works. Overall the facility strives to prepare their students for college, offering multiple AP classes and sport opportunities. I attended Foothill High school in Sacramento, Ca from 2010 to 2014 and it was a great experience because of the student diversity and academic learning. The faculty focused on the students’ academic achievement, directing them to take upon AP classes or extra curriculum activities for college applications. The student diversity created a great morale for everyone to stay focused and pass their classes.
In this fun and awesome school district, I have experienced things such as joy, happiness, and most importantly the laughter of the Brilliant Kids in this school district! I think that many parents should think about this school district! It is one of the best school district's in the Sacramento County! "We make Brilliant Kids smile all the time" - Steve Martinez - TRUSD Principal.
Being part of the Twin Rivers Unified School District from first grade through my senior year (I’m currently attending), I really enjoyed the experience. For the most part, the teachers care about their students so as the school year nears the end, it’s sad to leave the grade behind. On the other hand, the district could improve on student lunches. All in all, I believe they are doing a good job and deserve a four out of five at the very least.