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About Us

Magnolia School District provides a challenging educational program for pre-kindergarten through sixth grade in the western portion of the City of Anaheim and parts of the City of Stanton. School programs and curricular objectives emphasizing English Language Development, strong community partnerships, and character education are hallmarks of our District.

The District values and enjoys positive, collaborative relationships with 700 certificated and classified team members, and their representative agencies. The diverse population of almost 5,400 students includes five of ten students receiving primary language support as part of their English-language transition. Magnolia School District is close to Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland, Angel Stadium and the Honda Center. Other major attractions are within a short driving distance, from deserts to mountains, as well as cultural attractions, universities, and colleges.

Students from the Magnolia School District attend junior high and high schools in the Anaheim Union High School District.

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4th Grade Artists Win in Art Show!

Juliette Low School of the Arts fourth graders have won 1st and 3rd place in the City of Buena Park 2021 Elementary Art Show. Kyrie Valdez was awarded 1st place and Itzayana Benitez took 3rd place. The theme for this year’s show is “People and Places in my Neighborhood”. Join us in congratulating these amazing artists.
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Internet Access Rebate Program

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Magnolia Students Art Work is Featured in Traveling Art show

Seven Magnolia students had their artwork featured in the traveling art show "Arts on the Move". Arts on the Move partnered with VSA, whose mission is to provide arts, education, and cultural opportunities by, with, and for people with disabilities, making the arts accessible to people of all abilities.
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L.A. Chargers Player Helps Magnolia School District Families

Professional football player, Casey Hayward, of the Los Angeles Chargers, through his foundation Hayward's Hands, partnered with Orange County United Way and Magnolia School District to host a safe and fun early Thanksgiving celebration. Hayward, along with Magnolia School District Superintendent, Dr. Frank Donavan, and volunteers from United Way and the school served 300 ready to heat and eat Thanksgiving meals donated by meal prep delivery company, My Healthy Penguin