Cameron Park Schools

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The area of Cameron Park is a relatively community in the Northern California area, but that has not stopped the city from developing a strong educational base for its youth. The schools and school systems of Cameron Park hold themselves to a higher level in regards to their teaching practices, such dedication and responsibility pushes teacher and student alike to do their absolute best. Their drive, as well as that of the city, has aided in Cameron Park ascent into becoming thee premier new community in Northern California. 

From primary to higher level education facilities, Cameron Park’s school districts are unified in the goal of bringing the best education practices and teachings to their community’s youth. School districts in Cameron Park include; Buckeye Union School district and El Dorado Union High School District, both leaders in superb educational procedures. These two districts together serve the thousands of Cameron Park students, guiding them through their educational years and beyond.
Take some time to view information about the Cameron Park school systems. And discover for yourself how Cameron Park is committed to the education of today’s youth, for a better tomorrow.


Cameron Park Public Schools

Buckeye Union School District
http://www.buckeyeusd.org
The Buckeye Union School District is comprised of 6elementary schools, one of those being a Montessori Elementary School, and 2 middle schools. It is the mission of the Buckeye Union School District to provide the highest quality educational program for all students so that they fulfill their innate potential, become lifelong learners, and contribute to society as responsible citizens.

Vision Statement:
Working together with families, the community, and a highly-qualified staff, the Buckeye Union School District ensures that each student masters the knowledge and skills needed to maximize his/her academic and personal success in a global society.

Elementary Boundary Map

Middle School Boundary Map

(This information is cited from http://www.buckeyeusd.org. For this and more information, please visit this website.)

El Dorado Union High School District
http://www.eduhsd.k12.ca.us
The El Dorado Union High School District serves more than 7,280 students who enter high school from 12 feeder elementary districts. Students are supported by approximately 350 certificated and 260 classified staff.

School programs have a strong academic focus throughout a rigorous 4-year curriculum that includes emphasizing career paths for all students, opportunity programs for high-risk students, alternative education options for students with special needs, extensive Advanced Placement course offerings, strong extra- and co-curricular programs, and class- size reduction staffing in 9th grade English and math programs.

This district is comprised of 4 comprehensive high schools, 3 alternative high schools and 1 charter school. Safe school environments are the standard, and a culture of friendliness exists between staff and students.

View the list of schools here

(This information is cited from http://www.buckeyeusd.org. For this and more information, please visit this website.)


Alternative High Schools at EDUHSD

Independence High School
http://www.eduhsd.k12.ca.us/IndependenceHighSchool.htm
A continuation high school that provides an alternative education for students who have fallen behind in studies at their comprehensive high school and may be in danger of not graduating. IHS is also designed for students who have difficulty achieving in classes where lecture and testing are the primary means of evaluating student achievement. At IHS, students are offered smaller class sizes, more individualized instruction, and greater flexibility.
(This information is cited from http://www.eduhsd.k12.ca.us/IndependenceHighSchool.htm. For this and more information, please visit this website.)

Mountain View High School
http://www.eduhsd.k12.ca.us/MVHS.htm
Offering a different approach to learning curves, students have options of completing coursework; individually, in small groups with direct instruction, or using CyberHigh, or any combination of the three. All courses though meet district curriculum standards.
(This information is cited from http://www.eduhsd.k12.ca.us/MVHS.htm. For this and more information, please visit this website.)

Vista High School
http://cougar.eduhsd.k12.ca.us/Vista/vista.htm
The program is designed to retain the connection that our students have with El Dorado, while providing the support and flexibility inherent in a continuation high school program. The design of Vista High School provides a unique blend of the attributes of a comprehensive high school and a more personalized small-school setting. Many of our students take elective classes at El Dorado High School, as space is available in these classes. In addition, we have developed a visiting professor program in which E Dorado teacher’s present lessons from their areas of expertise or interests.
(This information is cited from http://cougar.eduhsd.k12.ca.us/Vista/vista.htm. For this and more information, please visit this website.)


Charter High School at EDUHSD

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Shenandoah High School
http://www.shenandoahhigh.org
Shenandoah High School is the only dependent charter school within the El Dorado Union High School District. Shenandoah is not a vocational school or a continuation program; we provide students and families a choice in how they learn. Shenandoah is part of the Big Picture network of schools. The Big Picture school network has over 30 schools nationwide and is starting to expand internationally. Shenandoah features:

• A small learning community : Students stay with the same cohorts all four years and the same advisor for multiple years. The student population is approximately 120. There are 5 full time advisors/ teachers, one director, one part time RSP teacher, one LTI coordinator and one secretary.

• Real world learning: Students complete their academic curriculum through projects and internships in the community. Students are required to complete 300 hours of community service in the four years they spend at Shenandoah.

• Infinite possibilities: The curriculum at Shenandoah is only limited by the students’ imaginations! Students at Shenandoah are enrolled in college classes, ROP programs, studying abroad, going on calls with the Fire Department and many more opportunities. The educational program is designed to fit each student’s individual passions and interests.

• A Learning Team: Shenandoah strongly believes that parents are essential to their student’s academic and personal success. Each advisor/ teacher works closely with parents and students to create academic goals that will help students reach their life goals.

(This information is cited from http://www.shenandoahhigh.org. For this and more information, please visit this website.)


Cameron Park Private Schools

Cameron Park Christian Academy
3281 Woodleigh Lane
Cameron Park, CA 95682
USA


Cameron Park Colleges

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