San Joaquin County is home of some of the finest public schools in California. There are fifteen school districts in San Joaquin County. School districts include Banta Elementary, Manteca Unified, Escalon Unified, New Hope Elementary, Holt Union Elementary, New Jerusalem Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Oak View Union, Lammersville Elementary, Ripon Unified, Lincoln Unified, Stockton Unified, Linden Unified, Tracy Unified, and Lodi Unified.
Lodi Unified School District encompasses 350 square miles and serves the cities of Lodi, North Stockton, and the communities of Acampo, Clements, Lockeford, Victor, and Woodbridge in the Central Valley of Northern California.
The district is a major contributor to the economy of the area, employing over 3,000 people. Student enrollment is 26,700 in Kindergarten through grades twelve. There are thirty-seven school sites, twenty-eight elementary, five middle, three comprehensive high schools, and two continuation high schools.In addition, the district offers two elementary community day schools, and one middle community day school, a Middle College High School, an Adult School, a Career Center, Children's Center, a Developmental Center for the Handicapped, and several pre-school programs.
1305 E, Vine St.,
Lodi, Ca 95240.
Phone: (209) 331-7213
Lincoln district serves more than 8,500 students. There is one comprehensive high school, one alternative high school, an independent learning center (grades 7-12), two community day schools (K-6 and 7-12), one middle school (7-8), two elementary schools serving grades K-6, and seven elementary schools serving grades K-8.
As of January 9, 1999, the pupil/teacher ratio at the K-6 and 7/8 levels was 24 to 1, and the 9/12 ratio was 26 to 1. Every kindergarten, first, second, and third grade classroom, and most third grade classrooms at every school, had a maximum enrollment of 20 students.
2010 West Swain Road,
Stockton, CA 95207.