Best Public Schools in Templeton, CA


The Templeton Unified School District in Templeton, California, consists of 7 schools serving students from elementary through high school, including 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 3 high schools. The district's schools demonstrate a range of academic performance, with Templeton High and Templeton Middle standing out as the top-performing schools in the district.

Templeton High is the largest high school in the district, with 775 students, and it consistently ranks in the top 25% of California high schools. The school boasts a 96.9% 4-year graduation rate and a low 0.6% dropout rate, both of which exceed the district and state averages. Templeton Middle also performs well, ranking in the top 20% of California middle schools and maintaining a 4-star rating from SchoolDigger over the past 3 years. The school's strong academic performance, with 51-62% of students proficient in English Language Arts and 40-51% proficient in Math, is a testament to its quality.

In contrast, the smaller alternative schools, Templeton Independent Study High and Eagle Canyon High, struggle with lower academic performance, higher chronic absenteeism, and lower graduation rates. This suggests a need for the Templeton Unified School District to provide additional support and resources to these schools to help improve student outcomes.

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the California Department of Education.

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