Our State Test Scores*:
73% ELA
59% Math

Out of the 20 largest school districts in California, Clovis Unified has the highest English/language arts scores and second highest math scores. 
Sources for this publication: California Department of Education, 2020-21 SART Survey, 2020-21 Climate Survey, 2020-21 Student Survey, CUSD LCAP *Statewide scores were not available as of presstime. Historically, Clovis Unified’s scores have been an average of 18% higher than the state average. 
In Clovis Unified, we believe in educating the whole child in mind, body and spirit. Our students are encouraged to participate outside of the classroom in co-curricular activities including clubs, performing arts, sports and academic teams. Determination, teamwork and guidance make for a powerful combination that produces incredible results for our students.
In Clovis Unified, we believe in our students and believe anything is possible if they set their minds and actions to it. Here are some of the highlights of student achievements:



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  • 95.8% graduation rate
  • Every elementary school library has a reading room and last year several school librarians created online story time and interactive story boards using QR codes and pictures spaced outside on the campus.
  • Secondary campuses provide academic counselors, tutoring and college and career centers. Other resources are offered through Supplemental Services and Special Education departments.
  • 26 Advanced Placement classes are offered on our campuses providing students college-level instruction. 4,789 AP tests were taken by Clovis Unified students for college credit with a passage rate of 62%. Of AP tests taken by CUSD students, Spanish Literature had the highest passage rate at 90%; Physics C Mechanics 82%; and Calculus B/C 79%.
  • 21 Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways are offered, including video production, farming and construction.

Students say their teachers care if they do well in school.

Parents say their child's school provides a quality education.


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  • Physical Education is included in student class schedules every year through 12th grade. During remote learning last year, PE classes got students moving at home with fitness workouts and energizing cardio moves.
  • Schools offer a wide range of sports, starting in fourth grade. While sports seasons were condensed this past year, athletes had the opportunity to compete in the spring during abbreviated seasons.
  • At each high school, Unified sports are back in session where general and special ed athletes compete together in league play.
  • Clovis Unified’s Campus Catering plans and prepares nutritious meals, has its own bread kitchen, uses fresh farm grown local produce and recently won two spots on the Restaurant and Food Group’s Food Management Top 10 Best Sandwiches for its Korean Steak Sandwich and Steak Al Pastor with Citrus Slaw.
  • Keeping our students safe is a priority, and Clovis Unified has 16 sworn police officers who are POST – Police Officer Standards and Training – certified. Each secondary campus has a dedicated officer, and a team of officers serve elementary schools.

Students say they feel like they are a part of their school.


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  • 87% of parents say schools have a positive environment
  • Clovis Unified has a proactive Wellness Support System that includes Clovis Support and Intervention (CSI), Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS), Behavior Consultation Team (BCT), Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, Suicide Prevention and Social-Emotional Support Providers.
  • Diversity is celebrated at each campus through classroom lessons, multi-cultural festivals and heritage clubs. The district holds annual leadership conferences spotlighting African-American, Asian and Latino mentors.
  • 51 Class of 2021 seniors made the decision to serve their country by joining the military, with three attending West Point and one the Naval Academy. They were honored in ceremonies at their schools.
  • 270 students filled up the district’s first CTE Summer Academy program in 2021, voluntary summer sessions allowing kids to explore Career Technical Education pathways such as game coding, construction and health care.

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Students say there are involved in extra school activities such as drama, art, music and dance; sports; curriculars such as robotics, History Day, science fair and spelling bee; or clubs.

Clovis Unified School District: Be the best you can be in mind, body, and spirit

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