To find out what school you are zoned for, enter your address here. Then, you can learn more about your school on their Web site (search here for a specific school Web site).
Transportation is provided for families who leave more than two miles away from their zoned school. Learn more here.
Your zoned school may fall into any of several categories:
31 Zoom schools receive extra funding from the Nevada legislature to provide extra supports to English language learners.
- 3 Zoom Schools named Shining Star Schools
- 7 of state’s top performing Zoom Schools are in Clark County (language development growth)
- 15 Zoom Schools exceed District rate in English Language Proficiency assessment (WIDA)
- Zoom University for secondary schools
- Students enrolled in Elementary Zoom Schools since kindergarten consistently outperform their peers
22 Victory Schools receive extra funding from the Nevada legislature to provide extra supports to students of poverty struggling with proficiency. Victory Schools are entering Year 4 of the program. Victory Schools are already showing improvements, with seven schools improving their star rating. These schools use extra funding for individualized strategies, including:
- Reading centers
- Wraparound services
- Teacher incentives
- Professional development
- And more.
In partnership with the City of Las Vegas and other community partners, 13 Reinvent Schools focus on academic achievement through expanded learning opportunities, wraparound services, and family and community engagement, all of which is proving to be a model of success.
- Matt Kelly Elementary School
- Booker Elementary School
- McWilliams Elementary School
- Hollingsworth Elementary School
- Lunt Elementary School
- Red Rock Elementary School
- Rose Warren Elementary School
- Williams Elementary School
- Cambiero Elementary School
- Reed Elementary School
- Ronzone Elementary School
- Detwiler Elementary School
- West Prep Middle School
National Blue Ribbon Schools
Each year, the U.S Department of Education (DOE) honors National Blue Ribbon Schools, based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. John and Judy Goolsby Elementary School was one of only 342 schools nationwide selected as a National Blue Ribbon School for the 2018-2019 school year.
Shining Stars Schools
There are 27 Shining Stars Schools in CCSD. These high-poverty, high-performing schools have significantly outperformed the State in serving ALL kids, with an emphasis on closing the opportunity gap.
Rising Stars Schools
These schools meet the criteria for state level intervention or federal Title I school improvement funds. The State Department of Education creates this list of Rising Stars Schools as a starting point for identifying schools for supports and interventions.
Title I Schools
Title I is the federal education law that provides supplemental funding to elementary and secondary schools for programs and services to help economically disadvantaged students to succeed. CCSD schools with 60 percent or greater students in the free and reduced-price lunch program receive these supplemental funds.
CCSD has two National Title I Distinguished Schools. Walter Bracken STEAM Academy and Gordon McCaw STEAM Academy have been named National Title I Distinguished Schools by the National Title I Association. Out of 61 schools throughout the U.S., they are the only schools in Nevada to receive national recognition for exceptional student achievement in 2017.