Educational Mission Statement
The educational mission of the Livingston School District, in partnership with the community, is to provide the opportunity for all students to learn, in a safe environment, the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in order to become life-long learners and contributing citizens in a diverse society.
The Livingston District consists of two separate legal entities. School district #4 is an elementary district for grades K-8 and consists of two elementary schools and one middle school. Park High School is designated District #1 and serves grades 9-12. The elementary district is governed by a 7 member board of trustees. These trustees also serve as trustees for the high school district. The high school district has an additional 2 trustees to represent the surrounding elementary districts of Arrowhead, Pinecreek, and Springdale.
Class size for grades K-2 averages 19 students per class. Classes in grades 3-12 averages 26 with no class in the district having more than 30 students (with the exception of instrumental and vocal music classes and study halls).
Livingston students score above the national average on nationally normed tests such as the California Test of Basic Skills. Park High School graduates consistently score above both the state and national averages on the American College Test (ACT). Since 1979, 21 Park High School students have been National Merit commended students, semi-finalist, or finalists.