What are some high schools in the Chino Valley Unified School District?


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The Chino Valley Unified School District serves four high schools: Ruben S. Ayala High School, Chino High School, Chino Hills High School and Don Antonio Lugo High School. The average enrollment of the high schools is approximately 2,500 as of 2015.

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The Chino Valley Unified School District is in the Four Corners area of San Bernardino County, California and serves the cities and surrounding areas of Chino, Chino Hills and Ontario, encompassing 88 square miles in total. CVUSD serves just under 32,000 students spread between the four high schools, five junior high schools, 21 elementary schools, one continuation school and an adult school.

The CVUSD staff consists of approximately 1,300 teachers and 450 support staff who are a major part of the school district's success. About half of the schools in the CVUSD have reached the state's Academic Performance Index standard of 800. The school district's graduation rate of 88.9 percent is far above the state-wide rate of 80.2 percent and county-wide rate of 78.3 percent. The dropout rate of 5.9 percent is well below the state average of 11.6 percent and the county rate of 12.2 percent. Additionally, as of 2015, Chino Valley Unified has been designated as a Model School Attendance Review Board (SARB) District by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for its attendance and dropout rate improvement in three of the last four years.

The CVUSD motto is "Student Achievement, Safe Schools and Positive School Climate."

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