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Temple City, California - Schools
... Most of Temple City is served by the Temple City Unified School District (TCUSD), although a significant portion of the resident students attend schools in Arcadia Unified School District and some ... The Temple City Unified School District consists of seven schools, including La Rosa, Cloverly, Emperor, and Longden Elementary Schools Oak Avenue Intermediate School Temple City High ... Cleminson Elementary School is physically located within the city limits of Temple City but is actually part of the El Monte City School District ...
Sacramento City Unified School District
... Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) is a school district in Sacramento, California ... The district has been serving most of the city of Sacramento for over 150 years ... Sacramento High School opened in 1856 ...
Culver City Unified School District
... Culver City Unified School District, abbreviated CCUSD, is a school district located in Culver City, California that serves approximately 6,500 pupils in a variety of schools ... The Culver City Unified School District primarily consists of five K-5 elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school ... It also includes an alternative high school, an independent study school, an adult school and a preschool program ...

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