Skip to main content

Demographics

The Hayward Unified School District is comprised of 21 Elementary schools, 5 Middle schools, 3 High schools, an Alternative High School, Adult Education Center and Helen Turner Children's Center for pre-school children.  We have over 19,000 students in grades K-12 who interact with teachers in Hayward Unified's classrooms each day and bring with them diverse cultures, heritages, languages, and economic conditions.

Hayward Unified School District offers many educational opportunities to our students. Our alternative high school, independent study and Home Schooling programs support students who prefer a non-traditional setting.  We provide our students with a safe learning environment, opportunity and support to attain high academic achievement and skills for our students to graduate and become contributing members of our democratic society.

Updated September 2019

California Department of Education

2018-19 Enrollment Figures

 

Ethnicity

Total Enrollment

%

Hispanic or Latino of Any Race

12,898

64.8%

American Indian or Alaska Native, Not Hispanic

49

0.2%

Asian, Not Hispanic

1,638

8.2%

Pacific Islander, Not Hispanic

656

3.3%

Filipino, Not Hispanic

1,390

7.0%

African American, Not Hispanic

1,739

8.7%

White, not Hispanic

816

4.1%

Two or More Races, Not Hispanic

706

3.5%

Not Reported

17

0.1%

 

 

 

Total

19,909

100%

 

Enrollment Multi-year Summary by Ethnicity