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Welcome to Torrance Unified School District!

Superintendent's Message

Modernizing the Learning Environment

Ten years ago, Torrance residents voted to invest in the future of every Torrance Unified student by approving Measures Y and Z. The voters’ investment in these extensive capital improvement and renovation projects not only modernized our aging facilities, but modernized school site learning environments. As we enter the last phase of Measures Y and Z, we are proud that together we have been able to improve academic outcomes by enhancing our teaching and learning spaces.

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District News

District Prevails in Lawsuit

January 15, 2019

The Torrance Unified School District announced today that it prevailed in a lawsuit brought by local resident James McGee and the California Taxpayers Action Network (“CTAN”), of which Rick Marshall, another local resident, is the Treasurer, challenging the validity of the lease-leaseback agreements for the modernization of Hickory Elementary School, Madrona Middle School, North High School, Towers Elementary School, Riviera Elementary School, and Torrance High School. In the lawsuit, McGee and CTAN alleged that the District improperly awarded the lease-leaseback agreements and sought to invalidate the agreements. The District has been defending itself against these lawsuits since 2013.

Visions of Unity Contest 2019

November 16, 2018

The Visions of Unity contest is open only to students attending the high schools in Torrance, California. Students are invited to enter the contest in Literature (poetry, essay, short story), Visual Arts (drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, computer graphics), or both.

History Textbook Adoption

November 16, 2018

The Torrance Unified School District is in the process of reviewing social studies and history textbooks and materials to be used in the classroom at every grade level. Part of this process includes input from parents and providing them with the opportunity to review the textbooks and materials.

District Events

JAN 22

Board of Education Meeting

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Board Room

FEB 7

Elementary Spelling Bee

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

District Schools

TUSD consists of 17 elementary, 8 middle, 4 high schools and 1 continuation and 1 alternative high school.  The District also has 3 adult school campuses.