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Clark County School District

  • $17,820,110raised
  • 29,187projects fully funded
  • 65,578donors
  • 351schools served
  • 66%of funding from out-of-state
Established n 1956, the Clark County School District (CCSD) is the number one choice for families and students. We educated 320,000 students - offering a variety of nationally recognized programs, including Magnet Schools, Career and Technical Academies, and Advanced Placement programs. Through these programs - plus our online secondary school and our open enrollment offerings - we offer the best choices to meet individual student needs. As the nation's fifth-largest school district, we have the ability to provide additional services such as a school police department, adult education courses, and innovate community partnerships with Vegas PBS and The Public Education Foundation. CCSD educates 75 percent of the students in Nevada and works closely with community partners and business leaders to educate the workers needed to strengthen our economy.

Superintendent Note of Support
We are excited to become a District Partner with DonorsChoose. Our teachers know our students’ unique needs better than anyone. This program empowers teachers by providing them the necessary resources to tailor their classroom to their students, while also giving them an opportunity to strengthen relationships within the community.
-Dr. Jesus F. Jara, Superintendent