Schools in Covina

Covina Valley Unified School District
For over 100 years, Covina-Valley Unified School District has coupled high-quality education with a safe family atmosphere to become one of the top-performing districts in the San Gabriel Valley.

With instruction deeply rooted in the California Content Standards, among the highest standards in the nation, our families have confidence that education in Covina Valley Schools will enable their children to be well-prepared for life in the 21st century; not only to become intelligent, productive citizens, but to be able to face the challenges of advancing to higher education.

Covina-Valley Unified School District provides high-quality instruction to 15,000-plus students at our twelve K-5 elementary schools, three 6-8 middle schools, three comprehensive high schools, one alternative education high school and one children’s center pre-school. Tri-Community, our adult education center, serves more than 22,000 adult learners in our community. Additionally, for the last 50 years, Covina-Valley has hosted the regional education program for 230 deaf and hard-of-hearing children from birth through grade twelve.

As part of our mission to educate and prepare the whole child, we have recognized the community’s need for safe, quality educational extended day care programs. In response to this need, all elementary and middle school campuses house district-sponsored child care programs, providing enrichment and instruction in a supportive and nurturing environment. The convenience and quality of our Kids’ Korner and Teen Scene Programs have made Covina-Valley Schools the school of choice for over 80 families from out of district.

Modernized campuses, cutting edge technology in classrooms and Library Media Centers, along with top-performing, award-winning schools are just a few more reasons to make Covina-Valley USD your new home.

Covina’s schools have a long history of providing the community’s children with a high-quality education. Covina families know their children will get a solid foundation at Covina’s public schools, as well as the city’s many private or parochial institutions.

Families have ample access to preschool programs in Covina, including one at a well-respected Montessori School. This school also has a kindergarten program and provides daycare for children ages two to six.

Students can continue their education at one of several post-secondary schools in the area, including Azusa Pacific College, Citrus College, Cal Poly University and Mt. San Antonio Junior College.

519 E. Badillo St. • Covina, CA 91723
626-974-7000 • 626-974-7032 Fax
Hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm (M-F)


Barranca (K-5)
727 S.Barranca Ave.
Covina, 91723

Ben Lomond (K-5)
621 E. Covina Blvd.
Covina, 91722

Covina Elem. (K-5)
160 N. Barranca Ave.
Covina, 91723

Cypress (K-5)
351 W. Cypress St.
Covina, 91723

Grovecenter (K-5)
775 N. Lark Ellen
West Covina, 91790

Lark Ellen (K-5)
4555 N. Lark Ellen
Covina, 91722

Manzanita (K-5)
4131 N. Nora Ave.
Covina, 91722

Merwin (K-5)
16125 Cypress St.
Irwindale, 91706

Mesa (K-5)
409 S. Barranca St.
West Covina, 91791

Rowland (K-5)
1355 E. Rowland Ave.
West Covina, 91790

Valencia (K-5)
758 W. Grondahl St.
Covina, 91722

Workman (K-5)
1941 E. Workman
West Covina, 91791


Las Palmas (6-8)
641 N. Lark Ellen
Covina, 91722

Sierra Vista (6-8)
777 E. Puente St.
Covina, 91723

Traweek (6-8)
1941 E. Rowland Ave.
West Covina, 91791


Covina (9-12)
463 S. Hollenbeck
Covina, 91723

Fairvalley (9-12)
231 E. Stephanie Dr.
Covina, 91722

Northview (9-12)
1016 W. Cypress St.
Covina, 91722

South Hills (9-12)
645 S. Barranca St.
West Covina, 91791

Tri-Community (Adult)
342 S. Fourth Ave.
Covina, 91723

The Charter Oak Unified School District
The Charter Oak Unified School District Office is located in Covina and also serves students in the surrounding communities of Glendora and San Dimas.

The District unites the three cities and extends from Grand Avenue on the west, to Valley Center on the east, and from a northern boundary near the 210 Freeway to Covina Hills Road on the south. The first Charter Oak School opened on September 9, 1894 with 24 students.

From that early start in a tent, the District has grown into an award-winning unified district of California recognized for its distinguished schools and serving nearly 7,000 students on eight campuses.

Charter Oak is a community where people are proud to live. Charter Oak joins the heritage of San Dimas, Glendora and Covina to form its own identity. It is a great place for families to live and for children to go to school.

The six square miles of Charter Oak still retain much of the green, shady, small-town atmosphere of caring people.

The Charter Oak Unified School District offers a full range of educational opportunities for students. It has one of the most noted gifted programs in the area for students in grades 3-12. Graduates of our renowned gifted programs are accepted to many prestigious colleges and universities around the world, as well as receiving advanced university standing upon enrollment.

A variety of extra and co-curricular activities are offered at the middle and high school level. We are proud to offer many fine arts programs and championship fall, winter and spring sports programs.

One of the key factors in maintaining the District’s high standards is the help and support of parents. Each school has an active parent-faculty organization. The Charter Oak Unified School District believes in empowering students to be lifelong learners.

20240 E. Cienega Ave • Covina, CA 91724
626-966-8331 • 626-967-9580 Fax
Hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm (M-F)


Badillo (K-6)
1771 E. Old Badillo St
Covina, 91723

Cedargrove (K-6)
1209 N. Glendora Ave
Covina, 91723

Glen Oak (K-6)
1000 N. Sunflower
Covina, 91724

Washington (K-6)
325 W. Gladstone St.
Covina, 91723

Willow (K-6)
1427 S. Willow Ave.
Glendora, 91740


Royal Oak (6-8)
303 S. Glendora Ave.
Covina, 91724


Charter Oak (9-12)
1430 E. Covina Blvd.
Covina, 91723