Thank you for visiting the Snowline Joint Unified School District’s Website. On
behalf of the Snowline Board of Trustees and every employee, I am excited to welcome
you to a place that will provide you with information and news about our 13 schools and
the many educational experiences that are entirely focused on what is most important-- -
ensuring endless possibilities for all students through high levels of learning.
Snowline Joint Unified School District is a special place. Educating well over 7,000
students from preschoolers to adult learners, the outcomes that we steadfastly commit
to achieving for all are both powerful and life-changing in the best of ways. We are
proud of our five elementary schools (grades P-5), one elementary/middle school
(grades P-8), two middle schools (grades 6-8), one comprehensive high school (grades
9-12), one continuation high school (grades 10-12), one community day school (grades
6-12), one home school (grades K-12), and one adult school. They combine to offer a
multitude of options for all of our students, working as a student-first team dedicated to
ensuring that children’s learning needs are met and success is experienced now and
throughout the future.
Ensuring endless possibilities for all students through high levels of learning can only
occur in school and district environments that are consistent, predictable, positive, safe,
and nurturing. Such an outcome is only accomplished by working together. We realize
that our efforts influence the future of our communities within the Snowline Joint Unified
School District boundaries and beyond, so partnering with all stakeholders is of
paramount importance. We have a passion for this collaborative approach and I urge
you to become and always be active with us in your child’s educational experience so
that success is maximized for all.
As you review our website, please contact us with any questions or concerns that you
may have. We are committed to providing legendary service to everyone so that
endless possibilities for all students is realized. Thank you for being part of this
Ryan Holman, Ed.D.