Located in Southern California's San Gabriel Valley, approximately 20 minutes east of downtown Los Angeles off of the San Bernardino 10 freeway, Rosemead School District educates more than 2,900 Transitional Kindergarten through eighth grade students on a traditional calendar schedule. The Rosemead School District serves students who reside in Rosemead and portions of El Monte, San Gabriel, and Temple City.
The Rosemead School District was established in 1859, and is proud of its long tradition of academic excellence. The District is currently comprised of four elementary schools: Encinita Elementary School, Mildred B. Janson Elementary School, Savannah Elementary School, Emma W. Shuey Elementary School (TK-6th grades); and Muscatel Middle School (7-8th grades).
All students from Muscatel Middle School continue on to attend Rosemead High School which is a part of the El Monte Union High School District.
The District is located within driving distance to the following Colleges and Universities: Azusa Pacific University (APU); California Institute of Technology (CalTech); California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA); Claremont Graduate School; East Los Angeles Community College (ELAC); Los Angeles City College; Los Angeles Community Colleges (various); Los Angeles Harbor College; Los Angeles Mission College; Los Angeles Southwest College; Los Angeles Trade-Tech College; Los Angeles Valley COllege; Occidental College (OXY); Mount San Antonio Community College (Mt. SAC);Pasadena City College (PCC); Pepperdine University; Pierce College; Stanford University; The Claremont Colleges (various); University of California (UC); University of La Verne; University of Redlands; University of Southern California (USC), and West Los Angeles College.