The schools in the Roseville are some of the top-rated schools in California, and they are about to get even better thanks to a new grant.

The California Department of Education has given the Roseville Joint Union High School District a $1.1-million grant that will assists all eight of its schools. The district provides education for over 10,000 students and covers Roseville, Granite Bay and pieces of the Antelope community.

The grant will fund things such as college/career counseling, access to accelerated education opportunities, enhancing foreign language instruction, music education and art education, mental health services, active lifestyle programs, an international baccalaureate program and more, according to the Press Tribune.

The Roseville Joint Union High School District is made up of five high schools, an adult school, continuation school and independent study school. It aims to motivate “all students to become lifelong learners who are responsible and productive citizens in a global society.”

Roseville and Granite Bay, are widely considered a good place to raise a family, and its school districts are part of the reason why. We are excited about this new grant and hope that many students benefit from it!

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