Vallejo City Unified School District’s (VCUSD) daily mission is to meet or exceed goals in the area of equity, excellence, educational effectiveness and economic sustainability. VCUSD educates nearly 10,000 students in transitional kindergarten to grade 12 and adult education. Located in the northeast corner of the San Francisco Bay area, the district offers high-quality education and opportunities to the diverse population of students within the City of Vallejo.
VCUSD fosters the development of students through a variety of programs that prepare them for their post-graduate future in a career, technical training program, or college. The vast range of courses offered to get them there is reflective of the district’s whole-child approach to education.
Year after year, VCUSD is recognized by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) by accrediting its quality schools. Students' possibilities are endless, as programs and courses range from Advanced Placement to Career Technical Education and work-study, to special education to English learners and intervention programs for low-performing students. In fact, VCUSD is well-known for its Deaf and Hard of Hearing program as well as its special education program for adults with developmental disabilities.
VCUSD is excited to be a part of each student’s journey and the community.
Vallejo City Unified School District includes seven child development centers/preschools, one adult school, 15 elementary and K-8 schools, one middle school, and three high schools. The District also has a Virtual Academy for grades K-12, an Independent Study Academy for grades 6-12 and an adult school. Learn more about our schools!