This is a compilation of facts and figures for Humboldt County, our districts, schools and students.
Humboldt County boasts a scenic 110-mile coastline and encompasses 2.3 million acres, 80 percent of which is forestlands, protected redwoods and recreation areas. Our unspoiled terrain of valleys and rolling hills spans over 4,000 square miles.
LOCATION—Bordered on one side by the Pacific Ocean, Humboldt County is 200 miles north of San Francisco. Eureka, the county seat, is 284 miles north of San Francisco and 466 miles south of Portland, Ore.
CLIMATE—Average temperature along the coast in January is 47 degrees; in July it is 56 degrees. Inland temperatures average 85 degrees. Rainfall in Eureka averages 38 inches a year.
|Number of Districts|
|Elementary School District||24|
|High School District||2|
|Unified School District||5|
|County Office of Education (COE)||1|
|Number of Public Schools|
|Comprehensive High Schools||9|
|Special Education School||1|