The California public school system (prekindergarten through grade 12) operates within districts governed by locally elected school boards and superintendents.
In 2013 California had 6,299,451 students enrolled in a total of 10,315 schools in 1,181 school districts.
What’s the biggest high school in California?
We’ve ranked the most beautiful campuses in California, but today we’re bringing you the biggest schools in the state.
20 Biggest Public High Schools in California
- Central High East Campus.
- Downey High School.
- Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
- Granada Hills Charter High School.
- Paramount High School.
What are the top 10 high schools in California?
Top Ranked California Schools
- #1. Whitney High School. 16800 Shoemaker Ave., Cerritos, California 90703.
- #2. Oxford Academy.
- #3. Stockton Collegiate International Secondary.
- #4. KIPP San Jose Collegiate.
- #5. University High School (Fresno)
- #6. Preuss School UCSD.
- #7. Animo Leadership High.
- #8. Mission San Jose High.
What is the ADA per student in California?
For example, the average revenue limit funds per ADA for small high school districts was $7,681 per ADA—$2,340 per ADA higher than the statewide average of $5,341. The majority of California’s students attend schools in large elementary districts and unified districts.
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