There are twelve schools in the New Haven Unified School District, and ten serve residents of their neighborhoods. All New Haven students, who qualify, can apply to the other two alternative education schools.
Elementary Schools: Alvarado, Delaine Eastin, Guy Emanuele, Hillview Crest, Tom Kitayama, Pioneer, and Searles serve students in transitional kindergarten through fifth grades. Please click on the name of one of our elementary schools to view their school attendance boundaries.
Middle Schools: César Chávez and Itliong-Vera Cruz (lighter shade) serve students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. Please click on the name of one of our middle schools to view their school attendance boundaries.
High School: James Logan is New Haven’s only comprehensive high school and serves all New Haven students in ninth through twelfth grades. Please click on the name of our high school to view their school attendance boundary.
Alternative Education Schools: New Haven has two schools that serve our students who need an alternative educational opportunity. An application process is required for acceptance into these programs. Conley-Caraballo High School is a continuation school that predominately serves students in grades eleven and twelve. The Decoto School for Independent Studies has an online program (Personalized Learning Academy) and an in-person program (Independent Studies) to serve students who can excel in learning more independently.
For assistance determining your child’s resident school, please contact the Centralized Enrollment Center (510-476-2625) for support.
Centralized Enrollment Center at the Union City Family Center
725 Whipple Road
Union City, CA 94587
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm