At present, educational needs of Union City residents are served by the New Haven Unified School District (NHUSD), which also serves South Hayward. In all, the district has approximately 13,800 students attending twelve schools: eight elementary schools serving grades kindergarten through 5; three middle schools serving grades 6-9 and one high school. The newest addition, Delaine Eastin Elementary School, is located on the west side of Union City Boulevard.
NHUSD elementary schools are: Alvarado Elementary School, Cabello Elementary School, Decoto Elementary School, El Rancho Verde School, Hillview Crest Elementary School and Searless Elementary School. Middle schools include: Alvarado Middle School, Barnard-White Middle School and the New Haven Middle School. There is only one high school serving the district, James Logan High School. The district also has an Adult School and a Head Start progrm.
In addition to the public schools, several private academic schools operate within the City including Our Lady of the Rosary, Purple Lotus Society, Semore School and Union City Christian Academy.
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