September 10, 2019
Kelli Gile, Office of Community Resources
WALNUT, CA—Walnut Valley Unified School District has placed in the top 2 percent out of 10,782 public school districts in America in the recent Niche.com report.
Scoring an overall A+ grade, Walnut Valley secured an impressive report card in numerous categories at local, state, and national levels, including ranking in the top 4 percent of all school districts in California.
The leading research website also ranked Diamond Bar and Walnut High Schools in the top 1 percent of over 19,000 public high schools in the nation.
Additionally, the premier high schools scored in the top 3 percent of best high schools in Los Angeles County and California.
“We are excited to share this proud achievement with our Walnut Valley school community,” said Superintendent Dr. Robert Taylor.
“It is a true testimony of the rigorous, engaging, and supportive K-12 student experience provided on all of our campuses.”
Niche’s annual listing is based on an analysis of academic and student life data from the U.S. Department of Education along with test scores, college data, and ratings.
To view the full 2020 report, please visit https://www.niche.com/k12/d/walnut-valley-unified-school-district-ca/rankings/.
Top Tier! Walnut Valley Unified School District has ranked among the top 2% public school out of 10,782 school districts in the country.