CUSD Educators are "Trauma Informed"
See how CUSD educators and staff learned how to recognize and work with children dealing with trauma.
Cute Video Alert: First Day of Kindergarten
Pardon Our Dust
Compton Unified School District is finishing construction projects at several school sites as part of Emergency Repair Projects started this summer. See what changes are in store for the schools.
First Day of School at Compton Unified
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Through Compton Unified's restructured summer school, Dominguez High graduate Yonathan Leon has the opportunity to play college soccer.
This year's CUSD Special Olympics encouraged Compton scholars to give their all in competitions including tennis, basketball, and relay racing.
Here's a list of tips to keep your family learning while having fun during the summer months. Parents might even learn something new too!
High-flying Compton Unified student Isaiah Cooper has embarked on a week-long journey to become the youngest African-American to fly around the continental U.S.
District Administration Magazine named Compton Unified in its list of 24 school districts nationwide who are worthy of praise for their commitment to student achievement.
Compton Adult School and the Blue 1647 program is helping Compton residents attain the technological skills needed for 21st century jobs.
Compton Unified's hard-working student athletes got a taste of the college sports experience at USC's Rising Stars overnight football camp.
Learn about recent awards, our Class of 2016 graduates, and how technology in our classrooms is preparing students for college and careers.
Foster Elementary's Naomi Andrade's illustrated story earned her honors at PBS SoCal's Annual Writers Contest.
School Board Member Micah Ali will serve on the Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory (RIPA) Board.
Willowbrook Middle School students proudly represented Compton schools at a national competition in Washington, D.C.
Get an inside look as Compton, Centennial, Dominguez, and Chavez seniors become college and career ready graduates on their big day.
Willowbrook Middle School students are representing greater Los Angeles and Compton at the Jefferson Awards Foundation's Students In Action national competition.
Year after year Compton Unified celebrates new graduating classes filled with future leaders and professionals determined to make a positive impact in the world.
Songbird Tajha Webb is a proud product of Compton Unified and Centennial High School. This fall she will study psychology at UC Berkeley.
If you ever needed proof that you are who your friends are, look no further than Dominguez High's college-bound Super Six of two valedictorians and four salutatorians.
Compton Unified's students presented an explosion of musical and artistic talent at the District's Showcase of the Arts.
Nine students from Compton Unified's King Elementary School performed for the First Lady and invited guests at the Turnaround Arts Talent Show.
Compton Unified's middle school students built, programmed, and put their Lego Mindstorms to the ultimate test!
Compton Unified's staff celebrated their hard work at this year's event while also sharing why they're proud to support students, teachers, and schools.
After a rough start in high school, Brenae Seals transferred to Centennial High School where she received the support needed to earn high school credits and attend college.
Frozen composer Christophe Beck shows Centennial High School's musicians what it takes to score the next Hollywood movie.
Army recruit and Dominguez High School senior Jovany Montalvo wants to serve his country and the community he loves.
As the 2016-17 school year begins, we should all be very optimistic about what’s happening in the Compton Schools.