Welcome to PUSD

About PUSD

  • The schools of the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) enroll more than 16,700 students in Expanded Transitional Kindergarten-12th grade in a 76-square mile area that includes Altadena, Pasadena, Sierra Madre and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. PUSD was formed in 1874 and unified in 1961. 

    The District currently operates
    29 schools and programs
    17 elementary schools (grades K-5)
     4  middle schools (grades 6-8)
     1  K-8 school
     2  6-12th grade schools
     2  high schools (grades 9-12)
     1  continuation high school 
     1  alternative education program
    Early Childhood Education
    8 Transitional Kindergarten sites
    3 Extended Transitional Kindergarten sites
    4 Children's Centers
    Twilight Adult Education 

     

Find Your School Locator

  • Find Your Neighborhood School
    Enter your address and find your school of attendance

    Map My Neighborhood
    PUSD and the City of Pasadena have partnered to bring families the “Find Your School Locator,” an online feature that puts information about public schools, city parks and libraries, bus routes, WiFi access and other important neighborhood information at the user’s fingertips. The new interactive geographic mapping feature is located on the City of Pasadena’s Map My Neighborhood site at ww4.cityofpasadena.net/myneighborhood. Select the school of choice and layer information to see neighborhood information such as WiFi access, public transportation routes, libraries, parks and community centers surrounding PUSD schools. Look for added layers such as school bus routes.

Download PUSD Maps