Our outstanding teachers and academic programs prepare students for top colleges and careers, with 95% of MBUSD students going on to college or post-secondary training.
With student test scores in the top 1% in the State, many families are drawn to Manhattan
Beach for our top-ranked public schools, fueling strong demand for homes and protecting our
Whether or not you have school-age children, protecting strong schools and property values is
a wise investment.
We cannot count on Sacramento for adequate school funding. Out of all K-12 school districts in California, Manhattan Beach USD receives the second lowest amount of state funding - nearly $2,000 less per student annually than the state average.
Additionally, among the top school districts
in the State, Manhattan Beach is one of the few that does not receive locally controlled funding from a voter-approved school
As a result, available funding to Manhattan Beach schools is as much as $5,000 less per student each year compared to high performing school districts like Palo Alto, Palos Verdes, San Marino and Santa Monica-Malibu USD.
Measure MB requires strict fiscal accountability, including:
Please join parents, educators and Manhattan Beach respected leaders in voting YES on MB to keep our schools among the best!