The Rocklin Academy Family of Schools is open to all, including applicants from surrounding areas.
Rocklin Academy Gateway - 6550/6552 Lonetree Boulevard, Rocklin
Serves 1293 students in Grades T-K/K-8 on a stand-alone school site. Student/teacher ratio for Grades T-K/K through 3 is 24:1; Grades 4-8 is 30:1.
Rocklin Academy Meyers - 5035 Meyers Street, Rocklin
Serves 186 students in Grades K-6 (one class per grade) on a shared elementary campus with Rocklin Elementary School. Student/teacher ratio for Grades K-3 is 24:1; Grades 4-6 is 30:1.
Rocklin Academy Turnstone, 6532 Turnstone Way, Rocklin
Serves 372 students in Grades K-6 (two classes per grade) on a shared elementary campus with Ruhkala Elementary School. Student/teacher ratio for Grades K-3 is 24:1; Grades 4-6 is 30:1.
The curriculum offered for Grades K-6 is the same at Gateway, Meyers and Turnstone. The difference in schools is the location and the number of classes offered per grade. Rocklin Academy Gateway offers Transitional Kindergarten (T-K). Kindergarten at all of our schools is an extended-day program.
Western Sierra Collegiate Academy - 660 Menlo Drive, Rocklin
Serves over 810 students in Grades 7-12 on a stand-alone site. For information about the Western Sierra academic program, contact the school registrar at (916) 778-4544, ext. 713.
For application/registration questions, contact our district registrar at (916) 778-4544, ext. 703.
Parent Partnership Expectations
Rocklin Academy Family of Schools views families as equal partners in the educational process. Parent/guardians are highly encouraged and requested to participate in the learning process at school and at home.
Every year, each family (student and parent/guardian) will enter into a contract with the school which details the ongoing responsibilities and participation of each party. In addition, the student's parent/guardian will be encouraged to contribute a minimum number of volunteer hours in support of the student(s) and the school. Parent participation and interest are widely recognized as critical factors in the educational success of all students.