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El Monte Union High School District
3537 Johnson Avenue
, California, 91731
District information
Grades9 - 12
SuperintendentDr. Edward Zuniga
School boardFlorencio F. Briones, Qui Nguyen, Ricardo Padilla, Esthela Torres de Siegrist, Carlos Salcedo
Chair of the boardRicardo Padilla
SchoolsArroyo High School
El Monte High School
Mountain View High School
Rosemead High School
South El Monte High School
Fernando R. Ledesma High School
Community Day School
El Monte-Rosemead Adult School
Students and staff
Studentsabout 10,000
Staffabout 1,250
Athletic conferenceCIF Southern Section
Mission Valley League
Other information

The El Monte Union High School District (EMUHSD) is a public high school district headquartered in El Monte, California. The district employs 623 certificated employees and 625 classified employees. The professional staff provides educational programs for over 10,000 students in grades 9 through 12.[1] It serves the cities of El Monte, South El Monte, the unincorporated community of North El Monte, the northern portion of Rosemead, and the southeastern portion of Temple City. Population studies show that approximately 200,000 people reside within the district's attendance boundaries.[1] It includes 5 comprehensive high schools, a continuation high school, and an adult school.

Board of trustees

Starting with the November 2022 election, Board members are elected by geographical district with the population numbers released after the 2020 US Census. Prior to the change, voters elected the board members at-large. District 3, 4 and 5 are elected starting with the November 2022 election, while District 1 and 2 are elected starting with the November 2024 election.


Comprehensive High Schools

Other Schools

Feeder districts


  1. ^ a b "District Accountability Report Card" (PDF). EMUHSD. emuhsd. 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-01-26.