Schools in Kingsburg
Are you looking for a great school to send your kids to? Then you have come to the right place. Take a look at these options in the Kingsburg School District.
Central Valley Home SchoolAt Central Valley Home School we focus on your child’s potential. For over 15 years our experienced educators, staff and accredited traditional and online programs have supported the flexible learning plans your child deserves to advance at their own pace and family schedule.
Clay Elementary SchoolClay is a small, rural school and district located in southern Fresno County, Clay has successfully served students for more than 134 years. Clay School was recognized as a California Distinguished School in 1994, 2000, 2004, and 2014. Clay has also earned status as a National Blue Ribbon School.
Washington Elementary SchoolWashington is a unique school as part of one of the few charter districts in California and being a grade specific school. All schools in Kingsburg Elementary School are grade specific. Washington includes Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten which was started in 2010 and Kindergarten. The student population is approximately 390 ages 3-6.
Roosevelt Elementary School
Lincoln Elementary SchoolIn 2005, Lincoln School was recognized as a regional nominee in the California Distinguished School Recognition Program and in May of 2006, after again being nominated, became a California Distinguished School. One of the shining examples of educational progress at Lincoln is the new Computer Lab/Library Media Center and computers in each of our classrooms.
Reagan Elementary SchoolThe Reagan staff is a highly qualified and enthusiastic group of professionals who are dedicated to bringing out the best qualities in our students, ourselves, and in the work that we do together. We are truly an organization that respects learning, honors teaching, and teaches for understanding. The staff collaborates in many ways, with a focus on the academic success of every each student embedded into every aspect of planning, organization, and use of resources, materials, fiscal and personnel.
Rafer Johnson Junior High SchoolRafer Johnson Junior High School staff and students live by the motto, “Be the Best You Can Be”. In 1993, the current junior high was built and named after one of Kingsburg’s hometown heroes, Mr. Rafer Johnson. A product of Kingsburg’s community spirit, Mr. Johnson exemplifies the values our teachers try to instill in our population of 7th and 8th grade students.
Kingsburg High SchoolKingsburg High School has a longstanding tradition of excellence in academics, strong extra curricular programs, a dedicated and caring staff, an outstanding student body and an involved community. They believe education is the process society uses to prepare it’s citizen’s to be productive, valued, and cooperative participants. This process is designed to establish attitudes, values, knowledge, and positive influences in our world community.