Pomona Unified School District or PUSD serves approximately 30,000 Pre-K-12 students and 17,000 adult learners at 44 schools in Pomona and Diamond Bar, California. It is located 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, and is the third-largest school district in Los Angeles County.

In 1995 the school district bought the former Indian Hill Mall, a failing shopping center built in the 1960s, and redeveloped it into an educational, commercial and retail complex called The Village at Indian Hill.[1]

In November 2008, 75% of voters approved Measure PS, a $235 million school bond measure, to provide for the renovation of schools. The first of the Measure PS projects were completed in summer 2009. Another round of projects was set for summer 2010, at 21 schools.

Board of education

Board of Education members are elected to a four-year term. The elections are held on a first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even-numbered years effective with the 2018 election.


Pomona Unified Schools

Pomona High School

All sections in the city are zoned to an elementary, middle, and high school.[3]

Pomona High School sexual assault

On January 23, 2024, a Los Angeles Superior Court jury ordered for Pomona Unified School District to pay $35 million in damages to a former Pomona High School student who claimed the school district and high school covered up how one their track coaches raped her in 1997.[4][5] This accuser was one of nine female accusers who alleged they were sexually assaulted by male coaches who served at the high school.[4][5]


  1. ^ Welcome to The Village at Indian Hill
  2. ^ "PUSD Fingertip Facts". Pomona Unified School District. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
  3. ^ http://www.pusd.org/education/sctemp/d3791dd2c7ae6f68b7dd64a4d6adcbf7/1208669480/District_Boundry_Map.pdf[dead link]
  4. ^ a b "Former Pomona High student who says track coach raped her in the '90s is awarded $35 million". Los Angeles Times. January 23, 2024. Retrieved January 24, 2024.
  5. ^ a b Holshouser, Emily (January 23, 2024). "$35 million verdict reached in 1990s sex assault lawsuit against Pomona High School coaches". Daily Bulletin. Retrieved January 24, 2024.