Snowline Joint Unified School District

About Snowline Joint Unified School District

The Snowline Joint Unified School District came into existence in 1982 and encompasses the communities of Wrightwood, Phelan, Pinon Hills, Baldy Mesa, Oak Hills, West Cajon Valley, and portions of Victorville.

The unification combined the Wrightwood School District, Phelan School District and incorporated Serrano High School and Chaparral Continuation High School from the Victor Valley Union High School District. Eight schools have opened since unification: three K-5 elementary schools; one K-8 school of choice; two 6-8 middle schools; one K-12 virtual learning school, and one 7-12 community day school.

The district opened in 1982 with 1,589 students in grades K-12 and has grown to a current student population of over 7,800 students in grades K-12. Three of the district's elementary schools and the two middle schools have been recognized by the state as California Distinguished Schools.

Among many other things, we are proud to be a certified Kindness district due to our dedicated participation in the World Kindness Challenge. At Snowline, we seek to make positive change, not just in our district and community but as far a reach as our students and staff extend to, which can be all over the world. We are excited about this certification and have committed to building on this effort, daily.

Taking pride in providing for the educational needs of the children in the tri-communities, the Snowline Joint Unified School District would like you to visit us often for information about our schools, district, and community.


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