At the Pasadena Unified School District, we believe that every child can learn and succeed in the 21st century. PUSD students are prepared to be critical thinkers, creative problem-solvers and strong communicators.
Themed learning options are available for every age K-12 age group in dual language immersion; science, technology, engineering and math; and the visual and performing arts.
Partnerships with civic organizations, business and higher education create unparalleled opportunities to enhance the student's learning experience.
The Pasadena Unified School District (the “District”) was formed in 1874 and unified in 1961.
It covers approximately 76 square miles within Los Angeles County (the “County”), including the cities of Pasadena and Sierra Madre and Altadena.
The District currently operates 19 elementary schools, seven middle schools, four comprehensive high schools, one continuation school and one alternative independent study school.
The Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) and 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.