High School District
COMMITTED TO STUDENT LEARNING BY PROVIDING TEACHING EXCELLENCE IN A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT.
VIDEO LIBRARY - Learn more about our District's programs by watching these short videos
Accurate Grading Student-Centered Learning Dual Enrollment
Career Technical Education (CTE) Confluence High Schools (Alt. Education)
Our high school communities are nestled in the Northern Sierra Foothills, east of Sacramento and adjacent to the confluence of the North & Middle forks of the iconic American River.
WE ARE HIRING!!!!
The Placer Union High School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Districts/schools are prohibited from engaging in any employment practice that discriminates against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of sex, disability, race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, ancestry, religion, or mental or physical disability. Specific issues include employment policies, recruitment and selection matters, salary establishment and administration, reasonable accommodation, and overcoming the effects of past discrimination.
We currently have openings in certificated, classified, substitute and athletic positions.
Facilities & Maintenance
Various Coaching Positions
Many more! Check them out at
Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 4:15 pm.
We encourage you to please make an appointment with the Department you need.
Main Line: 530-886-4400
Admin Services/Business Department
Developer Fees are handled by appointment. Please call 530.886.4413 to schedule an appointment.
Child Welfare & Attendance
Please see directory for District staffs' direct numbers: Telephone Directory
The Board of Trustees holds public meetings throughout the year, including joint meetings with partner K-8 districts.
Agendas/Minutes prior to 8/2021.
School Bus Drivers Needed
Experienced drivers needed! Please contact Mid-Placer Transportation here.
PLACER UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT – HTS (home to school) TRANSPORTATION PLAN School Year 2022-23 & 2023-24
The PUHSD Board of Trustees has adopted new graduation requirements beginning with the Class of 2025. Learn more.
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Local Control Plan
The Placer Union High School District (PUHSD) is requesting your input to help update our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is a three-year plan that outlines how our schools will promote the success of all students. The State requires this plan to direct resources through the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The full text of our current LCAP is available for review on our district's website here: PUHSD LCAP and Maidu Virtual Charter Academy
PUHSD annually updates the plan based on how our students are doing. We ask for your feedback regarding what is going well and where we need to improve to support all students. This information will inform PUHSD's LCAP, which will be brought to the Board of Education in June 2023. Your voice matters, and your participation is invaluable. This survey should take no longer than ten minutes. Thank you for your time and input.
Responses appreciated before March 31, 2023.
2022/2023 LCAP Educational Partners Survey
Pursuant to Ed Code 52060, the Board of Trustees adopts a Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) and Maidu Virtual Charter Academy LCAP. For more info, click here and/or see below.
PUHSD staff commit to a professional code of conduct articulated in two docs: Board Policy & Exhibit. PUHSD is an equal opportunity organization.