Pacific Grove Unified School District, in partnership with the community and with a focus on equity, will challenge every student by providing a quality instructional program in a positive, safe and stimulating environment.
The District will meet the diverse needs of all students by ensuring exceptional learning opportunities to acquire and apply the knowledge and skills that develop the insight and character necessary for a productive and rewarding life.
The District serves a population of approximately 1,800 grades TK-12 students in five schools:
- two elementary schools (K-5);
- one middle school (6-8);
- one high school (9-12);
- one continuation high school (9-12).
Additionally, the adult school serves approximately 2,500 students.
Elementary students will be assigned a school based on their address within the district. Homes from the north side of Sinex Avenue to the shore attend Robert Down Elementary School. Homes from the south side of Sinex Avenue to and including Pebble Beach attend Forest Grove Elementary School.
Pacific Grove is a Basic Aid district and operates nine separate funds totaling approximately $43,000,000.