who we are
Mayo Rockets Soaring Beyond the stars!
"Enriching the lives of our students by supplying them with the tools necessary to build character, compete and excel in the 21st century."
Our schools have undergone transformation marked by a significant increase in student achievement rates, a graduation rate nearing 90%, facilities improvements, and a focus on STEM throughout all schools.
We ensure that students are academically, financially, and socially fit for college. Academically, we work to ensure students complete the A-G courses required for college...
CUSD’s high schools offer a blend of traditional and high-tech career pathways trainings and internships for students.
Arts Education is key to developing critical thinking, fostering creativity, increasing motivation for school, and improving academic achievement. CUSD has made a commitment to provide every student who attends our schools access to high quality arts education.
CUSD provides quality Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) programs at all school sites from kindergarten through high school, including award-winning robotics, engineering, and computer science.
The Compton Unified School District (CUSD) is committed to ensuring our schools and offices are healthy and nurturing places where every student is encouraged and supported.
Compton Unified held its second annual First Lego League Robotics Festival at Davis Middle School
CUSD in partnership with CSUDH and UCI Gear Up Compton held the Girls in S.T.E.A.M event
We believe in Compton Scholars!
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations across CUSD schools. A few pictures from Clinton, Dickison, and Emerson.
- Teacher Of The Year
Compton Unified School District Dominguez High School Teacher, Catherine Borek Selected as a 2023 California Teacher of the Year
On behalf of the Compton Unified School District Governing Board, I welcome you. The goal of our school district is to provide all students with a quality education that prepares them for college and career readiness. The Compton Unified School District currently serves...
Centennial High School graduate Alberto Montes will be attending UCLA in the fall and will be studying psychology.