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    Chino Valley Unified School District offers premiere educational opportunities for over 29,000 students to develop 21st Century skills from Transitional Kindergarten through 12th grade. Nestled in the region known as the Four Corners – on the boundaries of Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside Counties and located within San Bernardino County – the District serves the communities of Chino, Chino Hills, and parts of south Ontario.

    There are 35 schools in the District including 20 elementary (K-6), 2 Kindergarten – 8th grade, 5 junior highs, 5 high schools, and 3 alternative schools including a virtual program. The District employs about 2,400 people, making it one of the largest employers in San Bernardino County.

    Chino Valley Unified SD is home to 19 California Distinguished Schools, some that have been named Distinguished Schools more than once. It is also home to a National Blue Ribbon school, Title 1 Achieving Schools and a California Department of Education Service-Learning Leaders School.

    Student test scores traditionally lead schools throughout the County of San Bernardino. Many alternative education opportunities are available for students needing a nurturing environment outside the traditional classroom. The District offers a wide variety of elective courses, ROP career pathways courses, and small learning academies. The graduation rate of 88.9% is far above the statewide rate of 80.2% and countywide rate of 78.3%. The drop-out rate of 5.9% is on the decline and is well below the state average of 11.6% and the county rate of 12.2%. An F1 Visa program is in its third year for non-immigrant students to spend a year in one of the District’s high schools.

    Chino Valley Unified is responsive to the needs of families by offering before and after school care. Thriving performing arts and athletic programs, nationally recognized marching bands, and invigorating parent involvement programs distinguish Chino Valley Unified School District as one of the best school districts in California.

    In 2014 and for the third time in four years, Chino Valley Unified has been designated as a Model School Attendance Review Board (SARB) District by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for its attendance improvement and dropout. The SARB process is available for students with problems above and beyond the norm and provides resources for families who may be experiencing issues that contribute to a student’s truancy.

    Chino Valley Unified is also home to the award winning Attendance Counts! campaign that has generated an additional $3.6 million in revenue since 2007. Revenue that is generated by students for students.

    Humility, Civility and Service are the District’s guiding principles.

    The District motto is: Student Achievement, Safe Schools and Positive School Climate.



    Liberty ES 2013/2014
    Litel ES 2013/2014
    Townsend JHS  2012/2013
    Cal Aero Preserve Academy  2011/2012
    Chaparral ES  2011/2012
    Oak Ridge ES  2011/2012
    Rolling Ridge ES  2011/2012
    Wickman ES  2011/2012
    Ayala HS  2010/2011
    Cortez ES  2009/2010
    Country Springs ES 2009/2010
    Eagle Canyon ES 2009/2010
    Canyon Hills JHS  2008/2009
    Rhodes ES 2008/2009
    Wickman ES 2008/2009
    Country Springs ES  2005/2006
    Butterfield Ranch ES  2003/2004
    Marshall ES  2001/2002
    Townsend JHS 2000/2001
    Country Springs ES  1999/2000
    Hidden Trails ES 1999/2000
    Eagle Canyon ES  1996/1997
    Briggs FS  1992/1993


    Chaparral ES  20011/2012
    Cortez ES 2009/2010
    Los Serranos ES  2005/2006
    Newman ES  2005/2006
    Marshall ES  2001/2002


    Country Springs ES  2006/2007


    Country Springs ES  2007/2008



    Rhodes ES  2008/2009



    Chino Valley Unified School Strategic Plan and Goals 2014-17