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After School Classes at Pomona Unified School District

Pomona Unified School District's Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP) will serve students in grades TK-6 at all 24 of our elementary schools. By providing a blend of academic support, enrichment, and specialized programs that will foster the development of the whole child, with the goal of supporting over 3,000 students. PUSD ELOP purpose is to collaborate with all stakeholders and community partners to provide an enriching high-quality expanded learning program that holistically supports students' growth, and inspires them to reach their full potential. Our vision for ELOP is to enrich the educational experience for Pomona students while providing working families with reliable after school care and engaging activities.
Calling all students! Interested in coding or a career in STEM?

Congressional App Challenge

Students are encouraged to register online and submit by November 1st. Congresswoman Sanchez Represents Diamond Bar in the US House of Representatives
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PUSD Esports Registration

Pomona Unified School District is excited to announce the Pomona Unified Esports High School Tournament. Students in grades 9-12 can either sign up as a team of four or as an individual. All participating students in the program will hear from industry experts and have a chance to win big prizes!
Mayor of Pomona At attendance matters campaign

Showing Up Together!

The Mayor of Pomona joined our attendance site teams to help inspire our Pomona scholars by demonstrating a staunch interest in their educational success! #proud2bepusd #StudentSuccessIsOurSuccess

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  • 26 Advanced Placement
    Subjects Offered
  • 11 Middle School Honors
    Subjects offered
  • 30 High School Honors
    Subjects offered
  • 887 PUSD Teachers with Advanced Degrees
  • 1619 Certificated Staff
  • class154 Administrative Certificated staff
  • bilingual567 Dual Immersion Students
    (Mandarin and Spanish)
  • 23,741 Total students
  • 87.6% Graduation Rate

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