Clovis Unified School District
The mission of the Clovis Unified School District is to be a quality educational system providing the opportunity for all students to reach their potential in mind, body, and spirit.
The Clovis Unified School District is a K-12 public school system that serves the cities of Clovis and Fresno, some unincorporated areas of Fresno County, and the rural community of Friant. The District covers approximately 198-square miles, and has a student population approaching 38,000. Clovis Unified is comprised of 31 elementary schools, five intermediate schools, five high schools, one adult school and six alternative education campuses. Clovis Unified is a growing district, with a staff of close to 5,000 full- and part-time certificated and classified employees.
Clovis Unified schools have been named 29 times to the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program and honored 80 times as California Distinguished Schools. The District's Title I schools have also achieved distinction through the California Academic Achievement Award designation on 12 different occasions. Clovis Unified is the only school district in the nation to have three of its intermediate schools selected as Taking Center Stage - Schools to Watch. Kastner and Alta Sierra intermediate schools were awarded the distinction in 2007 and Clark Intermediate was recognized in 2008 with the award.