Fallbrook Union Elementary


Summary:

The Fallbrook Union Elementary school district in California consists of 9 schools, including 8 elementary schools and 1 middle school, serving students from diverse backgrounds. The district showcases a mix of high-performing and struggling schools, with several standout campuses that excel academically and others facing challenges in student engagement and achievement.

Among the top-performing schools in the district is Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary, which consistently ranks in the top 15% of California elementary schools and boasts strong test scores across multiple grade levels and subjects. Similarly, San Onofre Elementary also stands out for its exceptional academic performance, with particularly high proficiency rates in math and English language arts. In contrast, schools like Maie Ellis Elementary and William H. Frazier Elementary struggle to meet proficiency benchmarks, highlighting the need for targeted interventions and support.

The data also reveals significant variation in student demographics and socioeconomic factors across the district, with some schools serving a majority Hispanic population and high rates of students qualifying for free or reduced-price lunch. This disparity appears to be inversely correlated with academic performance, underscoring the importance of addressing the unique challenges faced by economically disadvantaged students. Additionally, the stark contrast in chronic absenteeism rates, with Fallbrook Homeschool Academy standing out for its exceptionally low rate, suggests the potential benefits of alternative educational models in fostering student engagement and attendance.

District Detail

 321 N. Iowa St.
Fallbrook, CA 92028-2108

 (760) 731-5400

SchoolDigger Rank:
505th of 1560 California districts

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Grades served: K-8
Students: 4,978

Primary Schools: 8
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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