Students enrolled 1595
School leader Rich Nichols
Transportation options Yes
District San Juan Unified

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4000 Edison Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95821

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4 stars
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September 12, 2014
My mother and I graduated from Mir Loma, her 1984 and me 2005, and I loved this school. Sure the football team was terrible but academically, which is what truly matters, was fantastic. I am still friends with some of my teachers and enjoy visiting whenever I can. I hope that my son will also be able to attend Mira Loma and graduate.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2014
As a recent graduate of c/o 2014, I can say my Mira Loma experience was marvelous. Coming from a non-competitive middle school, freshman year required me to adjust quickly. Some (IB) students may complain about the HW load; however, I've never had more than three hours of homework a night, and even then, most of my homework centered on Math, which has been scientifically proven to require daily HW for improvement. MLIB has a group of extremely bright and ambitious students; yet, because ML has so many group projects, ML has less neck-to-neck competition and more camaraderie and collaboration. Like any school, there is a variety of teachers. However, teachers for the core subjects, math, science, history, and english, are both passionate and attentive. They regularly call on students to analyze how the class is doing. If a student provides a less than adequate answer, the teacher will ask something like, "Why don't you be more specific?". If that response proves wanting, the teacher will ask another student. ML sports is not amazing, although water polo and tennis are doing very well. Yet, my belief is that education is the greatest investment one can make, not sports.

- submitted by a student
October 12, 2013
I do not know how Greatshools ranks a school. I am however certain that it is completely wrong in not giving Mira Loma High School a perfect 10. If there is any school in the Sacramento Region that should be given a rank higher than 9, the first one should Mira Loma. Simply put, do not be fooled by a 8 out of 10 rank given to Mira Loma by Greatschools. Call a Mira Loma parent or a student who puts academic success the No. 1 goal. Yes, if your or your student considers academic success not important, or does not want to work hard, or thinks schools is only for fun, then it is not a good fit for your. For the rest, can have better choice if live around. I have the parent of a Mira Loma alumnus and a current student. I had endure very hardship to be able to send my kids to Mira Loma due to distance, but it worth every bit of it. Can't think of sending my kids any place else. The other kids, the teachers and the administration all are super.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
I am a parent , and I am extremely pleased with my choice to send my child to Mira Loma. The opportunities and experience my child is exposed to is greatly appreciated. Drama classes are wonderful!! Teachers in my experience , has proven that they are deeply invested in not only their choice of career but their compassion and devotion to our children. If given an opportunity check out their spirit weeks ! I love hearing my child get so excited about her school.

- submitted by a parent
July 09, 2013
Thinking only as a student in the IB program, I would have given Mira Loma five stars, but those who are not in the IB program admittedly do not have quite as good of an experience. Our sports are alright (dance/drill team has ranked in the top three in the nation for several years, tennis is good), and our theatre program is excellent mostly due to our amazing drama teachers. Teachers in the IB program are mostly excellent, and they push you very, very hard, although as always, some teachers are just O-K. By senior year, you are well-equipped to enter college with ease. In terms of social life, although you spend an enormous amount of time doing homework, I have never felt more at home. Bullying is pretty much nonexistent on campus and everyone is very accepting of each other. Student Government-organized events are exceptional, especially our yearly event, Sports-A-Rama, which takes place every April. The social events at school make all the grades very tight-knit, and we all grow together, relying on one another. The school is a ton of fun while intellectually-challenging, and I can't imagine being anywhere else. I don't have enough characters to express how much I love it here.

- submitted by a student
June 26, 2013
Mira Loma is the "Harvard" of High Schools in Sacramento. They are nationally recognized for their academics, they have a great drama program, and the students are amazing !

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2013
This school is kinda amazing. Im tired of people bashing on it and saying were purely academic. While we do have outstanding academics, thats not all. Our dance team is ranked #1 nationally in certain areas and we actually have good tennis teams. We also have tons of other none academic activities for school spirit wgich are largely participated in. Like Spirit Weeks, homecoming, food fest, and international halls, and SAR which if you ask anyone is kne of the highlights of the year. I strongly recommend thos school.

- submitted by a student
January 03, 2013
This school is simply what you make it. Personally, I myself don't like it. Most of the teachers are fine, it's a pretty campus, and it's a great way to get out of Sacramento. However, it's mostly only a good school for really smart kids-- there's not much to offer for anyone outside of IB. Not to mention the emphasis on arts is, in my eyes, pathetic. I feel like this school could involve so much more emphasis on the arts. Most of the students I'm surrounded by don't have a passion for any art forms at all, part of that is the fault of the school focusing solely on basic academics.

- submitted by a student
September 17, 2012
I am a student at Mira Loma and honestly I couldn't be more impressed. this school really cares about their students and thier main goal is to see you succeed. compared to the other high school I went to this place blows them out of the water. literally. there is that "element" because it IS a public high school but the IB and IS program make it worth it. i am in the ib program and i can tell you that here i feel the the "gangbangers" are definitley the minority here as opossed to other schools where the "nerds" are picked on and bullied. thats another thing. i have never no tonce been teased or anything here. please...take my word for it. if you have the discipline to pursue a rigorus academic course then go to mira loma!!! also, check out their website and look under accomplishments. there are many! and them going to nationals for sciencehistory. math and just about everything else is not uncommon..

- submitted by a student
September 05, 2012
Go Matador's !! Love this school and all it offers to our children and our community our future!

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2012
Mira Loma has a high API & high dropout rate? If you re not a student in theMYP/IB or IS program (foreign exchange student) choose a different school! Funding & classes are allocated to IB students first (One for you and Two for the IB program). Very high dropout rate for a school with a high API, go figure! Mira Loma has very smart children and below average students there's no in-between. If you want to play sports this is not the school you!

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2011
i am an eighth grade student and i am looking at highschools with extreeme standards and i have to say that this school stands out!! not just this site but all the others as well.

- submitted by a community member
July 26, 2011
Mira Loma is a very competitive school. I am currently a student there and I absolutely love the competitive environment. Some of the teachers are sub-par and some are extraordinary! Different students cope with the pressure differently. If you are dedicated to your education and future success there are few problems. If you have not found your calling yet, you will struggle. The IB environment is a great one to keep myself on track to go to a great university. In my opinion, if you are choosing schools this summer and you're willing to put in the extra time for the extra knowledge and experience, choose MLHS.

- submitted by a student
August 07, 2010
Mira Loma has a high API and is basically school full of very smart kids. However, the over-emphasis on IB can be costly on a student's mental and physical health. There is way too much homework that is practically pointless and the teachers are not the best, although they are quite friendly. This school is mostly academically oriented-if you don't study hard, there's not much else you can do. Sports are very limited, but the Science Olympiad and Science Bowl teams are very strong (that is, if you have time away from all the homework and studying every night). So, my advice is, if you can't take so much homework and you have many other extracurricular activities you want to keep doing, enroll in another school. Stereotypically and partially truthfully saying, this is the "nerd's" school.

- submitted by a student
no rating March 20, 2010
my son stuggles with is learning and i found mira loma is trying to help my son achieve a balanced inviroment and to fit in with thoe student who are ib he get along with his teacher and office staff and is comfortable enjoying the scool activies. when there has been a problem i have been given promt and kind responce thank you staff and mira loma parent of a good son

- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2009
Mira Loma gives most of its attention to IB. IB is a great program if you can handle a massive workload, little social life, extreme pressure and stress, and not being the smartest. You really will learn a lot, but it definitely comes at a price (mainly mental health). In my opinion, taking AP classes at other schools is a better option. AP is not as hard as IB (I have taken both), but is weighted the same. There are not so many extra projects outside of school that take up so much time. It does not stiffle your creativity and social life, whereas IB tells you exactly what, how, and why things should be done. AP gives you a lot more 'bang for your buck.' ML is so competitive and all-consuming.

- submitted by a student
no rating October 30, 2009
It has several great programs to meet the needs of all students, from high achievers to students who are stuggling to stay in school and everyone inbetween. The teachers and staff are terrific -- many choose Mira Loma for their own children.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 29, 2009
I suppose this is an okay school for students who are easy to teach and have no problems. However, many of the teachers and most of the principals have no respect for students who have learning problems.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 29, 2009
The kids are great, the teachers are great. 22 languages are spoken at home. The Young Lady who got 2400 on her SAT is on the Spirit Dancers. This school breaks the stereotypes.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2009
i love the energy and respecet from all my teachers

- submitted by a student
August 30, 2009
I'm a senior this year at Mira Loma. I've been attending this school since my freshman year and I have to say that going to ML was the best decision I have ever made. Everyone gets along, which is great because there are rarely any fights. The teachers are outstanding and the administration this year is incredible! (Finally) :) The programs too are exceptional. For me, I chose to be in the IS program. The IS program is more for students who want to achieve more in high school but not over do it. The MYP/IB program is great too. I was in it my freshman year but it was too complicated for me. Anyways, I highly recommend that students to go to ML. They won't regret it! Oh, the rally's are great also!

- submitted by a student
no rating July 11, 2009
This school is academically challenging and it is a great school to go expecially if you are in the IB or IS program.The tennis team is also very exceptional. Go Matadors!!!

- submitted by a student
July 08, 2009
I will be attending Mira Loma next year as a sophomore. I decided to transfer to ML for freshman year, for the IB program. I can honestly say that I had never mad a better decision. I have to drive an hour to school everyday; but it is worth it, for the excellent teachers, the beautiful friendships, and overall outstanding high school experience.

- submitted by a student
June 29, 2009
I have just graduated of the class of 2009 from Mira loma High school. Over the last 2 1/2 of going to there. I would have to say I will truely miss going there,they are a great school. Mira loma staff's and counselors really do a great job on focusing on your academic goals to lead you to a brighter eduacation. I would recommend any parents that are looking for a great school for their child to attend mira loma. Its well worth your children's future.

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- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2009
My son transfered to ML this year as a sophmore, for the IB program. I've been very impressed with the bar being set high at this HS. It's a better fit for him after attending Natomas Charter Leading Edge program which also has high academic & responsibility standards. Dedicated teachers and staff. I hope they all can stay with these budget cuts.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2009
I am a freshman at Mira Loma and I absolutely love it. The staff and fellow students are friendly and easy to talk to. I came from an fairly diverse middle school, but when I came to Mira Loma, it exposed me to a larger range of ethnicities. It is a challenging school, so if you aren't aiming very high and don't want to put in the effort, I would suggest a different school. --freshman MYP/IB student

- submitted by a student
January 11, 2009
I've been going to this school for about 5 months now and I love it. The people are very diverse and accepting, and everyone seems to get along. You'll have no troubles making friends here.

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December 17, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2008
I go to this school and I could not be more pleased. The teachers are great, the community as a whole is great, no racism, discrimination, violence, or any of that. We all come together as a family, and if you want to go far in life, it's a great school. If you'd rather enjoy highschool the easy way, then this is not the school for you :)

- submitted by a student
November 17, 2008
I attended ML from 9th-12th and couldn't have been more pleased with it. It was a huge change going from a private school to this school, yet it changed me a lot. Mira Loma focuses on diversity within ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and shows the students that no matter what our background is, we can all come together and unite as a whole. Not to mention the numerous clubs and after school programs you could join.

- submitted by a student
November 02, 2008
If you think math club, science club, and debate club spell the letters F-U-N then this school is for you. If not, then you may want to find another school. -IS Sophomore

- submitted by a student
October 14, 2008
My son is a sophomore and receives above average instruction from all of his teachers. From the administrative staff to the coaching staff they all provide exceptional teaching and support to the students. We could not ask for a better school. GO Matadors!!

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September 18, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2008
Amazing diversity, incredibly dedicated instructors in all programs, respect abounds.

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August 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
July 04, 2008
I attended the International Studies program at MLHS for 4 years, and it was great preparation for university classes. Great staff (with a few exceptions), and wonderful leadership within the program from standout teachers as well as the VP and Principal.

- submitted by a community member
June 10, 2008
This is a great school. I have a daughter in the IB program at MIra Loma and can say that the its academics are superb. There are also several extracurricular activities that suit all types of students.

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June 04, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating March 05, 2008
It's a very good school! The IB program is awesome for kids who need rigorous academics, like my son. My son loved and enjoyed his high school days there!

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2008
If you're thinking of attending this school, make sure that you know what you plan to do. Academically, Mira Loma is one of the best school in the area to attend. With our IB program, the school offers rigorous courses that is sure to provide a challenge. Although sometimes the workload seems a bit much, if you know how to manage your time, the results is very rewarding. The campus is very diverse and accepting towards everyone. On the other hand, if the student is more sports orientated, Mira Loma may not be the best choice. However, we do have a pretty strong tennis team.

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January 15, 2008
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December 11, 2007
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- submitted by a student
November 28, 2007
The most diverse, accepting, loving group of students by far. I love it

- submitted by a student
November 06, 2007
The real deciding factor on the quality of this school is whether or not your child intends to participate in any of the advanced placement programs. If your student will be attending Mira Loma as a regular education student, I'd advise you to see if you can open-enroll to another school. Because the resources of the school are focused on their multiple advanced programs, there is little funding or parent involvement for regular ed. Mira Loma is also severely lacking in the sports arena, usually unable to field freshman teams in most sports, and always stretched to find enough players to fill a team roster. The best that can be said about their sports is that your child will make the team, regardless of skill level, and will probably start. However, if your child is sports oriented, I'd have to advise you against going to this school.

- submitted by a student
October 26, 2007
The IB Program is wonderful. The teachers are excellent and give 110% to students.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2007
I'ts loads of fun and the best academic programs in the city of not sate

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September 24, 2007
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no rating September 16, 2007
I am currently a student and I love the school to death. Although, I must admit it is not in the best condition - campus wise - and maybe some of the teachers aren't as kind as one would want them to be, the experience is well worth the while. IB is a great program that prepares students for the future. I have been in the IB program for four years (in middle school as well), and I look forward to being in it for the final three. Although strict, I must appreciate the teachers that did not make my school experince 'fun', without the hours of homework, I would not have the strength and the motivation that I have today. However, if you don't have the will to complete the program, there is no one that can make you do so. That is the only reason you wouldhate the school.

- submitted by a student
July 21, 2007
Looking for an academically challenging high school? The IB program at this school will not disappoint you. The number of IB exams administered at this school makes it among the highest in the nation. As in any school parent participation is key. IB parents are very involved and want to make sure the students get into college. Academics is the main concern. This school has the distinct honor of having the most students receiving a Frank Buck scholarship, an all expenses 4 yr scholarship to any college. It has the highest SAT score averages in the region. It also has participated in the national Science Olympiad and Science Bowl for several years. It also has a number of semi-finalist in the Intel Junior Nobel competitions over the years. See miralomahigh.org for details.

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June 09, 2007
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- submitted by a student
May 08, 2007
I was full IB, went on to Cal, and am graduating from med school this year. If you are a nerd and willing to work your butt off, this is a great place to get a head start in (academic) life. The vast majority of teachers want to invest their time in helping students succeed, but of course there will always be those who aren't as motivated to reach out to students. Plenty of extracurriculars but mainly focused on academics.

- submitted by a former student
March 11, 2007
I'm a former IB student, and I wish I had not participated in it because I missed out on the whole high school experience. Most of your time is studying and stressing.

- submitted by a former student
August 31, 2006
In my strong opinion, Mira Loma is a very poor school. For those who do not meet the IB requirements are left with a very low standard of education. The campus is poorly maintained also. Actually, when I was there it didn't even look like a high school. The whole point of this school is to help the 'smart' kids and the average student or below average student doesn't get squat. The teachers don't even return calls.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2006
This is my second year attending Mira loma. I came last year when I was a sophomore. Let's just say the minute I walked on campus, there was nothing but problems. If you're not an IB or IS student you basically feel stupid. The teachers are soo rude, they don't call you back when you need to talk to then. I only like a couple teachers there actually.

- submitted by a student
August 25, 2006
i attended mira loma from 96-99 and had a great experience there. while like others have said they were notas focused on the regular students as they were on ib students we still had some great teachers who didnt care what our diploma was going to be as longas we learned. i still ahve some great laighs over the crazy teacher i had and i still remember thegreat teachers like Mrs Plante and Mr. Rey. With out them i probably wouldnt have even made it out of high school. i am beyond happy that i had a chance to attend sucha well managed school.

- submitted by a student
July 10, 2006
I attended Mira Loma High School from 2002-2006 and I loved this school to death. I was thoroughly pleased with the level of education that was provided (mainly through the IB program.) The classes were fun and interesting while also providing challenging information. The teachers were of a high quality and were all wonderful to work with. At Mira Loma everyone is very friendly and accepting. The sense of community on the campus is an invaluable one and unlike any other high school. The extra curriculars are also fantastic. There are many highly active clubs ranging from Anime (a Japanese cartooning style) Club to the Young Democrats and the Young Republicans Clubs. Mira Loma also offers a wide array of sports teams, music ensembles, drama productions, and art projects. If you are living in the Sacramento area, Mira Loma is the high school is a must for your child. You will not regret it.

- submitted by a former student
May 15, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2006
The IB program was especially challenging for my student, but I really favored the way it incorporated its standards in the classes; for instance, whether it be assigning homework or the Personal Project. Mira loma is the only high school in the district to offer this program; other than that, the campus and certain school regulations could be modified to make a better environment.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2006
My daughter's and her parents' experience at Mira Loma over the past school year has been nothing but excellent. Great teachers, caring and competent staff, wonderful programs and a 'real-world' mix of students all add up to a productive and fun learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2006
Mira Loma is a great school. It has got an IB program for students wanting to achieve more and for those looking out for more challenges

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November 19, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2005
Mira Loma is definately one of those schools in which the students are phenominal (IB program) it offers a vast amount of knowledge to the IB students, and those that make it through the program succeed immensely in life.

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August 02, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2005
Very good academic programs. Maybe a little too much focus on the International Baceloriate program and not enough focus on the rest of the kids.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 10, 2005
Mira Loma offers many extracurricular activites that were very helpful when it came to college app time. Programs such as mock trial, sports, the IB creek project, drama groups, clubs, debate teams, and many more activities are always helpful.

- submitted by a former student
May 24, 2005
My son is in the IB program -- and we couldn't be more pleased. He has finally met other students who have similar traits, abilities, and goals. There is a lot of homework involved -- three to four hours per night -- and lots of major group projects, but we believe that this rigorous program will more than adequately prepare him for collete. The teachers are approachable, the principal involved, and parents recieve the attention they deserve. I would highly recommend this program to any student who is extremely motivated.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2005
Miraloma is a beautifull campus with a impressive acidemic rating. All districs should have at least one school like Miraloma. Most of the students are school oriented and there are hardly any fights that cant be worked out. the students really know how to conduct themselves like adults and the teachers are there to guide them and teach them how.

- submitted by a student
April 14, 2005
As a student I feel that the school has a great academic program; Unfortunately a lot of other students like to cause drama and problems. Parents, I strongly suggest home school! Mira Loma is not worth the effort needed to excel.

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March 31, 2005
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- submitted by a student
March 19, 2005
Good art stuff, lots of abailable classes, a good school , good teachers, good campus, decent sports, despite of the bad football team, and is one of the few schools with the international baccalaureate program.

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August 24, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
August 13, 2004
The special education department at Mira Loma is incredible. They respond quickly and immediately, and they respect students. They help students academically, and they helped my son. They are nice, and they are kind. The other staff there is also nice. There are some teachers there that could improve, but special ed department recieves an A+.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2004
I have a third year student at Cal who graduated from ML taking mostly IB classes, but not IB diploma. He feels very well prepared for the rigorous studies at Berkeley. He played sports and enjoyed a wide range of friendships. His friends were a great mix socio-economically; like the real world. My second son is a senior at ML, also an athlete, and started out in IB classes, but found the pressure too much for him. He will graduate with a mix of IB and IS. We have felt very good about the IS classes; it was a good decision for him and the school was wonderful about working with him to find the right balance. One concern is the difficulty in getting parents involved at this level, but the four parent organizations (IB, IS, PTSA, Boosters) work very hard on this.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2004
I have two students at Mira Loma High school, both are in the Interantional Studies Program. We are greatful that our children were accepted into Mira Loma. I feel that there are a few staff members that should find other careers, as the do not seem to have any compassion for the students nor are they willing to give that student that needs a little extra help, any of their time. On the other hand the teachers that are willing to go that extra mile & 1/2 far exceeed those who don't. The Administration is exceptional. In my opinon the biggest attribute to the admin is the lack of tolerance for misbehavior. I think with any school people can find faults, but overall I would have to give the Mira Loma High School a A- and a great deal of gratitude.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2004
Our IB children observed awful treatment of special ed kids, by their own teacher, including yelling, campus clean-up duties, humiliation. Very upsetting and unnecessary. The IB program itself is challenging but of far less significance to UC admissions than we were led to believe. It's still about high GPAs (harder to achieve in IB classes) and SAT scores. A uniquely accepting environment among the kids - sadly, the cliquiest people tend to be certain teachers who act like 'cool kids' and play favorites. Everyone knows who they are but if you're 'in,' you don't mind, and if you're 'out,' no one listens.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2003
My kids like(d) the program. One just graduated and is at Berkeley. The other will in couple of years. It has a great staff and terrific parent organization. I agree with the comments on those outside ib/is programs. However, for the past year there is an active group of parents and school consellor who are providing assistance in college choices. It provides a challenging academic program by focussing on the full ib diploma. Alternatives would be for students to select AP courses at other schools, along with their other strong programs (music, etc.).

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2003
I went to ML. I had IB classes and when I dropped them I was lost.My teachers no longer provided that extra help.They did not even help me get in college.I did go on to get a BA from CSUH, with help from an outside teacher, Mr.Neeley. This school is best for those with IB clasess or those who play sports!

- submitted by a community member
September 19, 2003
I think it is a real shame that Mira Loma pretends there is no such thing as students who have learning problems. This is probably the worst special education department I have ever seen. They place students in classes that are inappropriate because some of their teachers of kids with learning disabilities are too Lazy(?) or incompetent(?) to take the time to work with kids who need the help. Instead they stick them in the class for the mentally retarded. Unless you are strong enough to stand up against these people your child may be labeled like they tried to label my daughter. She now attends a different school in a different school district and is succeeding so well!

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September 04, 2003
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- submitted by a former student
August 26, 2003
This school is great if you are a honor student. Everyone else seems to get lost in the crowd

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Mira Loma High School
4000 Edison Avenue, Sacramento, CA  95821
(916) 971-7465
Last modified Mira Loma High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Mira Loma High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 84 reviews. Top