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Kings Canyon Unified School District

Kings Canyon Unified School District (KCUSD) is located in California's San Joaquin Valley in the center of an agricultural engine that helps feed the world.

KCUSD is a preschool through 12th-grade public school system that serves students from a 600 square-mile area and is geographically one of the largest school districts in California.

Diverse in geography and culture, KCUSD serves the cities of Reedley, Orange Cove and the foothill and mountain communities of Squaw Valley, Dunlap and Miramonte. The District employs approximately 1,500 staff members and has nearly 10,000 students.

KCUSD operates 22 school campuses in configurations that include K-5, K-8, middle school, and high school. We also offer a robust selection of programs that include preschool education, adult education, alternative education, vocational education, and special education. A middle college and an online academy for students in grades K - 12 are also offered to meet a broad spectrum of student needs. Students enjoy stimulating and innovative curricula that align with state standards and effectively target student needs and interests.


KCUSD's mission is to provide a broad spectrum of educational programs and co-curricular activities for all students so that they may attain their highest potential.  


All students will learn and succeed.

Each student at every level will:

Encounter a challenging and interesting curriculum;

Experience a variety of instructional strategies that promote lifelong learning;

Build high self-esteem through success in personal responsibility and achievement;

Engage in enriching co-curricular activities.