Our District Superintendent Graduates Student Records Discipline Flyer Distribution Foster Youth Homeless, Displaced & McKinney Vento Parents of the Year PBIS Surplus Property Committee Work Permits
Board of Education
Staff Medical Benefits Classified Employees of the Year, 2017-18 Dessert Social 2017
Business Communications Educational Services Human Resources M.I.S. / Technology MOT TRC
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)

Our District


Azusa Unified is a district that believes its children deserve the best education possible.  Close to 8,300 students attend Azusa Unified schools, which include 12 elementary, three middle and three high schools, as well as an Adult School and Alternative Education Center.

AUSD is dedicated to the academic achievement of all students. The student-centered program emphasizes a curriculum aligned with California Standards, enrichment classes and a commitment to educational technology.  AUSD also offers a Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program, special programs for at-risk students and an extensive special-education program.

Azusa Unified has high expectations for all students, and provides support to help them meet those expectations.  In addition to basic skills, great attention is given to advanced courses, electives and vocational classes.  The emphasis is on academic achievement and there’s a system for monitoring student performance that is tied to teaching objectives.

Although the district mission is universal, each of our school communities is unique.  As long as space is available, students may attend any school in the district.  Selecting a school can be a difficult choice for parents.  Please accept our invitation to visit our schools, meet the principals and take a tour. 

We are extremely proud of our schools, students, staff and our very supportive community.  Welcome to Azusa Unified!


Community Partnerships

Students benefit from partnerships with local colleges, businesses and government entities. AUSD offers many opportunities for parent participation in PTA, Parent Boosters and the Superintendent’s Parent Roundtable. Programs such as CHAMPS encourage students to start thinking about college while still in elementary school.


High School 2,564
Middle School 1,895
Elementary School 3,792
TOTAL 8,251
Nov. 2017