Education in Rancho Cucamonga
The school districts serving Rancho Cucamonga area students work hard to achieve their goal of ensuring that each child receives the best possible education available. Our students are served by the Alta Loma School District, Central School District, Cucamonga School District, Etiwanda School District, and the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. In order to help you find the school that is the right fit for your child, we have provided a list of public and private schools in the area, as well as their contact information and websites where available. Additionally, we have included local and nearby colleges and universities to provide a picture of the range of educational opportunity available in Rancho Cucamonga. Please take a moment to review these listings, and welcome to the school districts of Rancho Cucamonga, where learning is a pleasure!
Upland Christian Academy (private)
Brandman University, Ontario Campus
National University, Ontario Campus
National University, San Bernardino Campus
Palo Verde Community College-Needles Campus
Rancho Cucamonga Area Libraries
In addition to the fine educational opportunities available to Rancho Cucamonga residents and area students, our community is dedicated to creating communities of lifelong learning. To this end, Rancho Cucamonga maintains two public libraries, with a combined total of over 200,000 titles available for loan. Our main city library is conveniently located on Archibald Avenue, and we invite residents to enjoy our newest addition, the Paul A. Biane library, located in the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center. Looking for a specific title? The San Bernardino County Library system consists of 34 branches within the county limits, as well as additional locations in Murrieta, Moreno Valley, Victorville, Riverside County, and the College of the Desert. Our city and county libraries offer state-of-the-art amenities to facilitate research, studying, or reading for pleasure, including free internet access, personal reference services available daily, archives of vital records, community literacy programs, and the LITE program’s children’s centers (Literacy, Information, Technology, and Education program.) Additionally, neighboring city libraries that are publically accessible and convenient for Rancho Cucamonga residents include city library locations such as the A. K. Smiley Public Library in Redlands, San Bernardino City Public Library, Upland Public Library, Colton City Library, and the Ontario City Library.