are available 24/7 through your installation Family Advocacy Program.
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
Local schools offer a variety of placement/gifted talented programs, special education programs, and adult education classes. Public or private education is an option for parents.
In California, a child may enter kindergarten if he/she turns age 5 after 1 October. Parents of children who will be age 5 before 1 November may petition for the enrollment of their child. Counseling on the advisability of their attending kindergarten is required. A social security number is required for enrollment.
There are no DoD schools at DDJC. The three closest public school districts to DDJC are Manteca, Tracy or Lathrop.
Tracy Public Schools: 209-830-3200
Lathrop/Manteca Unified Public School: 209-825-3200
The three closest public school districts to DDJC are Manteca, Tracy, or Lathrop.
There are numerous private schools located in the San Joaquin Region. These include religious affiliated schools, Montessori schools, schools for the arts, and others. The Association of Independent Schools District San Joaquin, Tracy Manteca and Tracy area will be a valuable resource for information. The Unified School District of San Joaquin provides information for co-ed boys and girls, pre-school, nursery, and kindergarten and more. For more information call 209-825-3200.
For specific information call the DDJC FAP offices at 209-839-5029.
There are many educational facilities in the greater DLA San Joaquin area that cater to almost any requirement. From small private schools that have only a few students, to the largest single-campus university in the United States. California Colleges is the largest regionally accredited, independent colleges in the western United States. The diversity of programs seems endless.