Financial Information

With around 300 employees and a range of additional services, Cabrillo Unified School District supports approximately 3,200 students at nine schools across the Coastside.

 

The district an annual operating budget of $36 million dollars per year.  Nearly 50% of this funding is received from the State, and around 40% comes from local property taxes.  Additional local sources including a parcel tax and donations (8%) and federal funding (4%) provide the remainder.*  Per State law, funds for facilities construction and other specific uses are managed separately.

Learn more about the District’s budget online via financial reports listed below and via our budget fact sheet or Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below.  Explore further for additional information regarding bond and parcel tax measures

 

Thank you to the over 100 community members and co-sponsors for joining us at our special community informational event on school funding (English/Spanish). 

Missed the event or wish to review materials?  Check out the video (part 1 and part 2) and meeting slides (English/Spanish).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Still have questions?  Send an email to the Superintendent, Sean McPhetridge, at mcphetridges@cabrillo.k12.ca.us or call the Superintendent’s Office at 650-712-7112.


*Specific amounts vary slightly each year.  Reflects General Fund only; other restricted funds including Adult Education Fund not included.


Last updated:  September 16, 2019