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Notable Awards and Accomplishments

Notable Awards and Accomplishments

Nestled in the San Gabriel foothills, Monrovia Unified School District is an award-winning district, offering world-class schools and programs for students of all ages. Five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one comprehensive high school provide the core K-12 program. These are augmented by an Early Learning Center (Child Development & Pre-K programs), robust after-school programs, an alternative campus (independent study, home schooling, and continuation high school), and a large, active adult school.

Notable Awards and Accomplishments
Nineteen prestigious Golden Bell Awards for model programs and services:
Responsive Classroom   Pro-Active Tutoring Program (P.A.T.)
AVID College-Bound Program Campus Safety Program
Village After-School Program Nutrition Program
Canyon Early Learning Center
Pre-K Program
Monrovia Reads Program
College Bound Culture MHS Video Tech Program
MEO Games Project Pass
Outdoor Education iTouch Elementary Foreign Language
Dual Immersion Program Youth Employment Service (Y.E.S.) Program
Healing Connections     Math & Science Academy (MASA)
Team Bruins  
Six Gold Ribbon Schools:
Bradoaks Elementary School Mayflower Elementary School
Monroe Elementary School Wild Rose Elementary School
National School to Watch:
Clifton Middle School
Monrovia High School
Campaign for Business and Educational Excellence Honor Roll Schools:
Plymouth Elementary School Santa Fe Middle School
Mayflower Elementary School Clifton Middle School
                                          Monrovia High School 
MUSD Nutrition Program honored as the top in the state for 2008

About Our Community
Monrovia was named "All America City" by the National Civic League, the highest honor and most prestigious award that can go to an American community. This award is bestowed upon a few select cities that demonstrate the commitment and ability to solve problems through cooperation, broad-based participation, public-private partnerships, and creative solutions. Across the country, Monrovians are recognized for working well together and creating a better life for all the community.

Monrovia covers 13.8 square miles and has approximately 38,100 residents. The community is culturally diverse with a 43% minority population. The City of Monrovia and the schools work closely and cooperatively to provide all residents with a positive learning environment and powerful learning experiences.