Chino Valley Unified School District (California)

Chino Valley Unified School District (California)

The Chino Valley Unified School District is one of the largest school districts and is the highest ranked school district in San Bernardino County. It serves the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and Ontario, California.

The District was founded in 1860, to serve the community of Chino. It now encompasses 88 square miles (230 km2) and serves about 32,000 students from grades kindergarten up to 12th grade. CVUSD serves four high schools, five junior high schools, twenty-one elementary schools, one continuation school, and an adult school.

Read more about Chino Valley Unified School District (California):  District Government, Board of Education, Schools

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