In an impressive feat for the fourth consecutive year, five comprehensive high schools in the El Monte Union High School District have once again secured top spots in the highly regarded 2024 Best High Schools rankings by U.S. News & World Report. Arroyo, El Monte, Mountain View, Rosemead, and South El Monte high schools have all earned prestigious rankings among thousands of schools across the nation and within California.

The district’s relentless pursuit of providing rigorous programs and nurturing learning environments has proven to be instrumental in preparing students for success in college and their future careers.

Out of a staggering 17,655 nationally ranked schools and 1,652 schools ranked in California, the five high schools within El Monte Union have demonstrated their exceptional dedication to educational excellence. These remarkable rankings highlight the collective efforts of educators, administrators, and students in fostering a culture of achievement and growth.

El Monte Union recognizes the importance of supporting students’ social-emotional well-being alongside their academic pursuits. By providing a nurturing environment, the district ensures that students receive the necessary support to thrive academically and personally.

Through a comprehensive curriculum, advanced placement courses, and innovative teaching methods, students are empowered to reach their full potential and pursue their aspirations.

Moving forward, El Monte Union remains committed to sustaining and enhancing the outstanding educational opportunities it provides.

The district will continue to prioritize academic excellence, social-emotional support, and equitable access to ensure that every student has the opportunity to thrive and succeed.

The recognition received in the 2024 Best High Schools rankings by U.S. News & World Report is a testament to El Monte Union’s unwavering commitment to educational excellence. It is a celebration of the district’s achievements and a reminder of the remarkable potential within its schools and the students they serve.