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About the District

About the District

The Cucamonga School District is located in the western region of San Bernardino County in the Cities of Rancho Cucamonga and Ontario.  As one of four K-8 elementary school districts in the city, the students feed into the Chaffey Joint Union High School District.  The district has three elementary schools (K-5) and one middle school (6-8) serving a diverse student population of approximately 2443.  The district’s ethnicity is composed of 70.4% Hispanic, 8.5% White, 14% African American, 3% Asian, and the remaining 3% students identified as American Indian, Pacific Islander, Filipino, and other (Dataquest Enrollment 2020-2021).


The Cucamonga School District, with an appreciation for diversity, provides a comprehensive education that promotes academic, emotional and social development, which enables students to be lifelong learners and realize their full potential as contributing members of society. 


In the Cucamonga School District, student achievement is the focus of the District and everyone is motivated to help all students succeed academically, socially, and economically.  A partnership between administration, staff, parents, students, and community allows everyone to share the responsibility and to work together to ensure achievement and success for all students.  Our highly qualified staff uses standards, data and research to continuously improve classroom instruction.  Student success is enhanced by an environment where tolerance is promoted and everyone is treated with respect and dignity.



  1. Focus on, promote and challenge the success of all students to meet or exceed grade level standards through scientifically research based quality curriculum, effective teaching strategies and professional development​​​
  2. Increase the effectiveness of parents, teachers and students working together as a team, through regular communication to ensure student achievement and success.
  3. Use all available resources to support optimum learning experiences for students by establishing priorities and controls which ensure spending in a responsible manner.