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District Profile     FISCAL YEAR:  2011-12
Pomona Unified School District
800 South Garey Avenue
Pomona, CA 91766-3325
Phone (909) 397-4800
CDS: 19 - 64907
This page includes:
Schools by Type
Charter Schools
Enrollment by Grade
Average Class Size
Technology by School Type
Related links:
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This site reports data for California's K-12 public school system only.

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Schools by Type
Pomona Unified School District, 2011-12
  Number of Schools Enrollment Full-Time Equivalent Teachers1 Pupil-Teacher Ratio2
Elementary
28
16,111
752.4
21.4
Middle
5
3,164
154.5
20.5
High School
6
7,627
355.6
21.4
Alternative
2
537
24.8
21.7
Continuation
1
210
16.0
13.1
Nonpublic, Nonsectarian3  
83
   
Total
42
27,732
1,303.3
21.2
1FTE teacher counts include those assigned to a particular type of school; district and county office of education teachers not associated with a school are excluded.
2The Pupil-Teacher Ratio is enrollment divided by the number of full-time equivalent teachers. Because some teachers are not assigned to a classroom, the Pupil-Teacher Ratio is usually smaller than the average class size.
3Nonpublic, nonsectarian schools serve as an alternative Special Education service available to districts, Special Education Local Plan Areas (SELPAs), county offices of education, and parents. "Nonsectarian" means a nonpublic school or agency that is not owned, operated, controlled by, or formally affiliated with a religious group.
Schools by Type definitions
Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (CBEDS, pubschls 12/10/12, enr11 12/10/12)
Schools vary in their grade-level configuration. Most elementary schools encompass K-5, middle schools 6-8, junior high 7-9, and high schools 9-12. This table includes charter schools in the appropriate category.

Note about school totals:
The total number of schools does not include Preschool, Nonpublic Nonsectarian, and District Office schools; therefore the total number of schools in this table may differ from the total on the DataQuest website.
Charter Schools
Pomona Unified School District, 2011-12
Number of Schools
1
Enrollment
270
Full-Time Equivalent Teachers
10.5
Pupil-Teacher Ratio1
25.7
1The Pupil-Teacher Ratio is enrollment divided by the number of full-time equivalent teachers. Because some teachers are not assigned to a classroom, the Pupil-Teacher Ratio is usually smaller than the average class size.
Pop-trends
Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (CBEDS, pubschls 12/10/12, enr11 12/10/12)
Since the enabling legislation was passed in 1992, the number of approved charter schools has increased annually. The 2011-12 count of operating charter schools is 1018 (which includes 18 Statewide Benefit Charters and 13 State Board of Education Charters). Some charter schools are new, while others are conversions from existing public schools. Charter schools are part of the state's public education system and are funded by public dollars. For additional charter information, click here.
Enrollment by Grade
Pomona Unified School District, 2011-12
  Enrollment
Kindergarten
2,236
Grade 1
2,269
Grade 2
2,131
Grade 3
2,032
Grade 4
2,099
Grade 5
2,172
Grade 6
2,140
Grade 7
2,051
Grade 8
1,999
Grade 9
1,986
Grade 10
1,881
Grade 11
1,881
Grade 12
1,824
Ungraded
1,031
Total
27,732
Enrollment by Grade definitions
Pop-trends
Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (CBEDS, enr11 12/10/12)
Enrollment is measured by counting the number of students enrolled in school on a particular day in October.

Average Class Size
Pomona Unified School District, 2011-12
  District County
Number of Classes1 Average Class Size Average Class Size
Schoolwide
3,002
28.1
23.0
English
530
25.2
20.6
Math
440
28.5
21.8
Social Science
316
29.0
22.3
Science
355
30.1
25.4
1"Filtered" counts exclude classes with zero enrollment or enrollment over 50 and other minor items.
Note:Average class size data for self-contained classrooms are not available for 2011-12.
Average Class Size definitions
Pop-trends
Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (CBEDS, assign11 1/11/13)
Average class size is the number of students enrolled in classes divided by the number of classes. The data in this table is calculated using the California Department of Education's "filtered" definition of average class size.

Technology by School Type
Pomona Unified School District, 2011-12
  District County
Students per Computer Students per Computer
Elementary
5.0
4.5
Middle
8.2
2.9
High
6.2
3.5
Continuation
3.0
2.8
Alternative
1.7
3.5
Technology definitions
Source: California Department of Education, Educational Demographics Office (CBEDS, cbedsora11a.txt 5/8/12, pubschls 12/10/12)
In addition to computers available for use by students, those used by staff for instructional activities are also included when counting computers at the various schools. This count is then divided by student enrollment to arrive at a students-per-computer figure.
 

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