Ukiah High School
1000 Low Gap Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
Annual Year 2016-2017
The Ukiah Unified School District services the incorporated city of Ukiah plus the four smaller communities of Redwood Valley, Calpella, Talmage, Hopland and their surrounding areas - a total area of 495 square miles with a population of approximately 40,000 (15,500 in the city of Ukiah).
Agriculture, government, education, lumber and wood products, light industry, service occupations and professions account for a large majority of the area's employment. The District is comprised of eight elementary schools, two middle schools, a continuation high school and a comprehensive high school. Ukiah is also the home of Mendocino Community College.
Principal: Gordon Oslund
Description: Founded in 1893, Ukiah High School is a comprehensive four-year high school. A new campus, built on 60 acres in the northwest portion of the city, was completed in 1978. The school was recognized as a California Distinguished School in 1988 and 2001.
Enrollment as of 9/20/2016:
CEEB School Code Number: 053580
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230 credits are required to include the following subject requirements:
40 credits - English
30 credits - Social Science - to include World History, U.S. History and American Institutions (civics/economics)
20 credits - Mathematics - to include Algebra
20 credits - Physical Education
20 credits - Science - to include one Biological and one Physical Science
10 credits - Visual/Performing Art or Foreign Language
90 credits - Electives
State required competencies in reading, writing and mathematics are embedded in the curriculum.
A = 4.0
B = 3.0
C = 2.0
D = 1.0
F = 0.0
Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors (H) classes= 5.0
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Rank in class is determined by a weighted G.P.A. based on all classes completed.
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Honors courses include:
AP courses include:
AP exams are available in coursework listed as AP. In 2016, 212 candidates completed 398 AP exams. Of the 398 exams, 19% were fives, 24% were fours, 30% were threes, 20% were twos, and 7% were ones.
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