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||The Black Oak Mine
Unified School District was unified in 1975 and encompasses the communities of Pilot Hill,
Cool, Greenwood, Georgetown, Garden Valley, Kelsey, Volcanoville, and all the area between
the south and the middle forks of the American River. The 412 miles that make up the
district begin on the west with rolling foothills and oak woodlands and
extend into the
conifer-forested areas near Lake Tahoe. The district is populated by people who love
their community and are very supportive of their schools.
industries include forest management, timber harvesting, and some mining, with construction
and small business as the other major enterprises. The district is one of the
largest employers within the community.
The District's enrollment is approximately 2100 and
is comprised of two K-5 schools, two K-8 schools, a comprehensive high school, a
continuation high school, and an alternative school. Independent Study
and Adult Education Programs also serve the entire Divide community.