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Turlock Unified School District is made up of an Extended Day Kindergarten program, nine Elementary schools, two Junior High/Middle schools, two comprehensive High schools, and two Continuation/Alternative Education High schools.

John H. Pitman High School was the last high school opened in 2001.  It is located on the northeast area in Turlock with a current enrollment of 2200 students in 9th - 12th grade.

Sandra Tovar Medeiros Elementary School was opened on February 22, 2006.  It is located in the Rose Circle subdivision, also in the northeast area of Turlock with a current enrollment of 700 students in Kindergarten - 6th grades.

In the summer of 2007, we opened Walnut Education Center.  This is a elementary magnet school specializing in Math/Science, and Visual and Performing Arts.  There is an enrollment of 760 students which are enrolled from a lottery.