Campbell Union


The Campbell Union School District in California serves students from kindergarten through 8th grade across 12 schools, including 10 elementary schools and 2 middle schools. The district showcases a mix of high-performing and lower-performing schools, with standout institutions like Rolling Hills Middle School and Forest Hill Elementary ranking among the top schools in the state. However, the data also reveals significant disparities in academic achievement, with some schools like Sherman Oaks Elementary and Rosemary Elementary struggling with much lower proficiency rates.

The top-performing schools in the district, such as Rolling Hills Middle and Forest Hill Elementary, have consistently high test scores, with 68-92% of students proficient or better in core subjects. These schools have also received 5-star ratings from SchoolDigger, indicating their exceptional academic performance. In contrast, the lower-performing schools tend to have higher rates of chronic absenteeism and a larger percentage of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch, suggesting a potential correlation between socioeconomic status and academic achievement.

The data highlights the importance of middle school preparation, as evidenced by the strong performance of Rolling Hills Middle School. This suggests that the district's middle schools are effectively preparing students for success in the later grades. However, the data also reveals opportunities for improvement, particularly at the lower-performing elementary schools. By identifying and replicating the best practices of the top-performing schools, the Campbell Union School District can work to address the disparities and ensure that all students have access to a high-quality education.

District Detail

 155 N. Third St.
Campbell, CA 95008-2086

 (408) 364-4200

SchoolDigger Rank:
528th of 1560 California districts

See the 2023 California District rankings!
Grades served: K-8
Students: 6,243

Primary Schools: 10
Middle Schools: 2
High Schools: 0
Alternative Schools: 0

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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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