Inderkum High School, Leroy Greene Academy, NP3 Charter High, and Natomas Charter School were ranked among America’s best public high schools in a 2019 U.S. News & World Report analysis
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Natomas Unified, a growing district on the move, is Sacramento County’s sixth largest school district and projects thousands of new students over the coming decade.
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Five Natomas Unified schools have been honored by the state as California Distinguished Schools for their educational excellence -- Two Rivers, Heron, Witter Ranch, Natomas Charter, and Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep.
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Natomas Unified School District has won statewide Golden Bell Awards honoring best practices in the fields of customer service, nutrition programs, and social-emotional supports.
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Natomas Unified has the highest college access rate in Sacramento County and is the county’s only district to increase that rate four years in a row.
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Natomas Unified students can take classes tied to the academically renowned International Baccalaureate (IB) program from Kindergarten through 12th grade. The district has three IB World Schools and one in candidacy.
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NUSD has been honored twice by the College Board, which administers Advanced Placement (AP) Exams, for excellence in serving underrepresented students by expanding access to and performance in rigorous academic coursework.
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NUSD has enhanced its Career Technical Education pathways in recent years to include Broadcast Media, Health, Engineering, Hospitality, Transportation and Digital Media. New pathways in Public Safety and Building and Construction Trades will launch in 2019-20.