Woodland Joint Unified School District is a public school district located in Woodland, CA. It has 10,041 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 38% in reading.
Woodland Joint Unified School District Rankings
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Woodland Joint Unified School District Reviews
Woodland high school is a very good school. Many kids in other school don’t get the opportunity that most kids in Woodland high school have. We have various different art programs, many ag mechanics and shop classes, we also have many classes for electives that many schools don’t have. My school isn’t a big school but our teachers are very supportive and guide us on the path to success. Our sports are always fun with all the parent involvement as well as all the students’ dedication. We have recently had multiple baseball scholarships awarded as well as a football scholarship last year. Overall this school is very interactive and a great school to attend!
I loved my schools and being in Asb. Icky day manygenuine and knowledgeable teachers but the actual school district was pretty bad. WJUSD is incredibly underfunded and biased toward schools with more money. I can attest to that since I went from a school with more money to two that don’t. Everything is run down and one of the high schools, my high school, hasn’t had a football field for two years now and nothing seems to be happening about it. Our women’s soccer team had an exceptionally good year this year, with our 4th consecutive win out of our league and we actually went to win regionals! Since there was no state championship tournament, we were not able to continue on, but if there were a state championship, we’d be in that.
I like some of the teachers at the school and some of the benefits of the college prep programs, and some things that I would like to see change is the opportunities that are provided for the students more, more college preporation, our school would also benefit from being Much cleaner, there is no real information for the students, not as reached out to, And my school does not have a lot of money, at all, and that means that we don’t have even the basic things that other schools have, such as, proper air ventilation, materials for the classrooms like better desks and textbooks, and better food to be offered to the students. But I do like the fact that there are teachers that will stay after school everyday to help the students, and I also like that there are counselors that really help the students when they reach out to them. I also like the college prep program that I am apart of, puente which is my English class, I am given a better understanding of colleges