Citrus Heights is primarily served by the San Juan Unified School District. San Juan Unified School District (SJUSD) serves over 46,000 students in early learning, K-12, and adult programs. Created in 1960 with the merger of six school districts, SJUSD serves a 75-square-mile area in northeast Sacramento County, including Citrus Heights. Today, SJUSD is the 11th largest school district in California with an expenditure budget of more than $387 million. There are nine elementary schools, one middle school, and two high schools within the city of Citrus Heights.
Educational Schools & Programs
San Juan Unified School District also offers other educational schools and programs such as:
Adult handicapped schools
Before and after school programs
Special education centers
Universities and colleges that serve the area include: