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San Marino Unified School District is a school district located in San Marino, California. Based on API scores, it is academically the best school district in Los Angeles County.



The district consists of two elementary schools (Carver Elementary School & Valentine Elementary School), one middle school (Huntington Middle School) and one high school San Marino High School.


In 1951, San Marino has conducted extensive research and planning in the same year, and received the approval of the State Board of Education to hold an election to create the San Marino Unified School District. The results of the election made it clear that voters wished for San Marino to separate from South Pasadena and become a unified school district.


San Marino Unified School District had an overall Academic Performance Index (API) score of 952, besting its 2008 score of 941. San Marino High School, which posted the district's highest increase - 14 points, went from 921 on last year's API to 935 in 2009. Huntington Middle School posted the district's highest overall score - 969 - followed by Carver Elementary, which scored 968, and Valentine Elementary, which scored 942.[1]

Board of Education Members

  • President: Jeanie Caldwell (Term expires November 2009)
  • Vice-President: Dr. Jeng Yen (Term expires November 2009)
  • Clerk: C. Joseph Chang (Term Expires November 2009)
  • Member: Karen Preston (Term Expires November 2011)
  • Member: Chris Nogaard (Term Expires November 2011)


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