Sanger Unified School District is made up of twenty-two, highly recognized schools. There are fourteen elementary sites, a 7-8 middle school and two comprehensive high schools. There are four K-8 and one K-12 school of choice. In addition there is an alternative education continuation school, a community day school, and an adult school.
Within the boundaries of Sanger Unified is the city of Sanger and the communities of Centerville, Del Rey, Fairmont, Lone Star, Tivy Valley and portions of the Sunnyside area of metropolitan Fresno. Attendance in the District’s schools currently number at 13,634 students.
Sanger Unified has an incredibly rich history that spans nearly a century and a half. Learn how some of our schools originated and how Sanger Unified is formed throughout a series of events and milestones.
An Award-winning School District.
Here at Sanger Unified our success is measured by the numbers. These are just a few of the collective awards that have been presented to us and our excellent schools:
24 California State Distinguished Schools designated over the last 2004-2020.
18 Title 1 Academic Achievement Awards 2009-2020.
3 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
Top 10 districts in California 2013 by Education Trust-West.
Named 2018 Fresno County District of Distinction.
3-time State Distinguished School Award winner (Sanger High School).
Silver and Bronze by U.S. News & World Report (Sanger High School).
18 Schools earn Bonner Character Education Awards 2013-2020.
4 National Schools to Watch awards.
2nd District in the nation to have all middle schools recognized as National Schools to Watch.
5th in the Nation among schools with similar demographics.
19 Schools earn Gold Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) awards
Named 2017 Model PLC District.
Going Above & Beyond
Increasing student achievement require opportunities and smart resource provisions. See how Sanger Unified goes beyond the classroom to provide unparalleled services to help students strive for success.