|Snowline Joint Unified School District|
|Superintendent||Dr. Ryan Holman|
|Asst. superintendent(s)||Allan Miller|
|NCES District ID||0636970|
|Students and staff|
The Snowline Joint Unified School District (SJUSD) is the school district for part of the Victor Valley in the Mojave Desert and northeastern San Gabriel Mountains, located within San Bernardino County, California.
The district extends into Los Angeles County.
The school district serves areas of Victorville, Wrightwood, Phelan, and Piñon Hills. The district has 11 schools, 2 high schools, 3 middle schools, 5 elementary schools and 1 K-8 school.
The SJUSD is a combination of local school districts and schools, including: the Wrightwood School District, Phelan School District, Serrano High School, and the Chaparral Continuation High School from the Victor Valley Union High School District.
Seven schools have opened since the unification: Five K-5 elementary schools; one K-8 school of choice; two 6-8 middle schools; one K-12 independent study school, and one 7-12 community day school.
Serrano High School, located in Phelan, is the main high school for the district. This is the high school for most students coming from Piñon Mesa Middle School, Quail Valley Middle School, and Heritage K-8 school.
Chaparral High School, located in Phelan, is a Non-Traditional high school offering Career Technical Education (CTE) for students whose primary goals are to enter the work force upon graduation, for those with alternative home settings (students work to support family) or those who want an accelerated graduation timeline.
Piñon Mesa Middle School is the middle school for Wrightwood, Phelan and Piñon Hills. This is the middle school for Wrightwood Elementary, Piñon Hills Elementary and Phelan Elementary.
Quail Valley Middle School is the middle school for the area east of Lone Pine Canyon Road and west of Victorville. This middle school is usually for students who went to Baldy Mesa Elementary and Vista Verde Elementary.
Heritage K-8 school is a request-only school that services all of the district. Students from all middle schools and elementary schools are admitted if they meet grade qualifications.
Eagle Summit Community Day school is a middle/high school for students who have been arrested or expelled and/or whose behavior is not satisfactory for a normal school environment.