Wheatland Union High School District is located in the city of Wheatland, California, one of two incorporated cities in Yuba County. The school district began serving students in 1907. Wheatland Union High School is the single comprehensive high school in the Wheatland Union High School District. In addition to Wheatland Union High School the District also consists of Edward P. Duplex Continuation High School and Wheatland Community Day High School. While the district is over 150 square miles, it serves fewer than 825 students. The ethnic makeup of the school is primarily White at approximately 48 percent and Hispanic at, 30 percent. The District has an unduplicated count of 47%. In addition, to the regular course of study found in a comprehensive high school, the District offers an array of Advanced Placement, Career Technical Education courses and pathways, and Independent Study Options. The comprehensive high school has established articulation agreements with a variety of the local community colleges and Sacramento State University.
Together, Building a Foundation for Life
Wheatland Unified School District’s is This describes our ultimate goals for our students, district, and community.
GOAL 1 - Wheatland Union High School District students will graduate high school college and career ready.
GOAL 2 - Wheatland Union High School District students will feel a sense of connectedness academically, socially, emotionally, and physically in their schools.
GOAL 3 - Wheatland Union High School District will engage families and members of the greater school community as educational partners.
CORE VALUES AND BELIEFS
- Student’s needs come first.
- Ethical and honest behavior only.
- Learning is an expectation for everyone in our system; students, staff, and leadership.
- Accountability for everyone.
- Transparent leadership.
- Respectful behavior.
- Achievement follows expectations.