The Healdsburg Unified School District balances the personalization of a small district with the ability to offer a variety of programs to meet the needs of all students. We provide a quality educational program to approximately 2,000 students.
- Healdsburg High School serves students in Grades 9-12
- Healdsburg Junior High School serves students in Grades 6-8
Our Elementary Program serves students in Grades K-5 on three separate campuses:
- Fitch Mountain Campus for students in Grades 3-5
- Healdsburg Elementary for students in Grades K-2
- Healdsburg Charter School for students in Grades K-5
In addition, students are served through independent study, our continuation high school, and other alternative programs. Preschool students have several different options: a state-sponsored preschool, a community preschool and Sonoma County’s 4 C’s program.
Our District encompasses a large geographic area covering many square miles. Within this geographic area, there are separate and distinct school districts serving elementary school students: the Healdsburg Unified School District along with the districts of Alexander Valley and Westside whose K-6 students attend either Alexander Valley Elementary School or Westside Elementary School.
After 6th grade, Alexander Valley and Westside School students join Healdsburg Junior High in 7th grade and continue through 12th grade as part of the Healdsburg Unified School District.
Please visit the "Our Schools" Locker - Attendance Area folder on the right of this page to view a PDF document of the attendance boundaries for the Healdsburg Unified School District as well as the feeder districts of Alexander Valley and Westside.
School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
School Accountability Report Cards (SARC) provide parents and community members with a brief profile of each of our schools. The data presented in these reports are as of the 2008-09 school year.
Downloadable SARC Reports 2008-2009 are available in the "Our Schools" Locker – 2008/2009 SARC folder on the right of this page.
For additional information about each school, please contact the school principal or Annie Millar, Director of Curriculum and Instruction at the District Office (707-431-3483)
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