Natomas Unified School District (NUSD), named the second most diverse school district in the nation in a 2016 New York Times study, is located just minutes north of downtown Sacramento and the State Capitol in California’s Central Valley.
An exciting district on the move, NUSD has exemplary staff preparing students for college and career, thousands of new kids expected over the next ten years, and top-notch educational programs – including International Baccalaureate (IB), AP Capstone, and Career Technical Education (CTE). Our vision is that “All NUSD students graduate as college and career ready, productive, responsible, and engaged global citizens.”
Number of Schools
Natomas Unified School District has 14 schools
There are 11,248 students enrolled in Natomas Unified School District*
*This does not include students enrolled in independent charter schools. Leroy Greene Academy is a dependent charter and is included in this number.
20.5% African American
College and Career Readiness
- NUSD’s graduation rate is 96% compared to state average of 83%
- African American graduation rate is 96% compared to state average of 73%
- Hispanic/Latinx graduation rate is 94% compared to the state average of 81%
- 69% of NUSD graduates met A-G requirements, courses required for CSU/UC admission
- NUSD has more than tripled number of students taking AP tests within the last 5 years
- 1 in 3 NUSD students are enrolled at International Baccalaureate (IB) schools
- Students in class of 2020 earned more college credits by junior year than in previous graduating classes
- NUSD outpaced the state in 11th-grade ELA and Math growth over the last 5 years
- NUSD has 10 Career Technical Education Pathways with 1,073 students enrolled in the 2020-21 school year
Find Your Neighborhood School
Natomas Unified School District is a growing district with exceptional schools and programs from preschool to adult school. Please visit the school locator for school locations and boundaries.