Schools & Programs
Tuolumne County has a much longer public school history than most regions in California. Schools have been in existence in Tuolumne County since 1852. It was not until the second legislative session of the California State legislature that state funds were appropriated for public schools in California. Tuolumne County received the first support for public schools in 1855. The schools at that time were Sonora, Columbia, Shaw’s Flat, Springfield, Jamestown, Jacksonville, Don Pedro’s Bar, and Chinese Camp.
Read more of the history of education in Tuolumne County on our History page.
TCSOS Schools & Programs
Learn more about the schools and programs operated by the Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools.
Tuolumne County Districts & Schools
Tuolumne County is home to 11 districts and over 30 schools, with an enrollement of around 5,500 students.
A searchable database of the employees of schools and districts within Tuolumne County.
Schools & District Calendars
Current and future calendars for the districts and schools of Tuolumne County.
Tuolumne County Schools &
The interactive map shows the schools, district offices, and district boundaries in Tuolumne County. The color-filled sections are high school district boundaries (see legend). Click inside a boundary to view the related elementary district. For questions and/or concerns pertaining to specific districts, please contact that district directly.
See school district contact information listed in alphabetical order below. If you do not know your district of residence, or if you will be moving and would like to know the district in which an address is located, please contact the County Assessor’s office at 209.533.5535.
Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools