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  • The Chamber Mission

  • The Regional Chamber of Commerce – San Gabriel Valley shall be a premier organization providing advocacy, education, and networking resources for a better business and community environment.

  • The Regional Chamber of Commece proudly belongs to the

    San Gabriel Valley Legislative

    Coalition of Chambers

    Advocating on Behalf of Business!

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  • K-12 Unified School Districts

  • Pomona Unified School District



    A Culture of Respect and Personal Accountability


    We value respect and personal accountability.  From the Board of Education and Superintendent, to custodians and coaches, and teachers and support staff, we model the respect and personal accountability that we expect of each other as employees, and from the students and parents we serve.  It's one of the most important lessons we teach.

    Safe Schools


    The safety of students and staff is always our first priority, and it shows.  Statistics show that school is by far the safest place for children. And by cultivating an expectation of safe and responsible behavior, combined with a close working relationship with local law enforcement, a seasoned school district security department, and continuous upgrades to site safety equipment, we intend to keep our schools safe and protective places for both children and employees.

    Smaller Class Sizes Than Our Neighbors


    Continuing state budget cuts have forced school districts to make some difficult choices. At Pomona Unified, however, we're pleased to report that our class sizes remain some of the smallest in the region, allowing students more individual attention from teachers.





  • Rowland Unified School District



    Rowland Unified has 4 National Blue Ribbon Schools - 16 California State Distinguished Schools and more state Golden Bell awards than any other school district in the region. Look no further than Rowland Unified!


    Beyond our many awards and achievements, we at Rowland Unified have a proven commitment to excellence, offering students and families exceptional learning opportunities along with a caring culture that will enable them to become global thinkers and leaders.


    Rowland Unified is located 40 miles east of Los Angeles, and are proud to be one of the leading mid-sized school districts in California. With more than 16,000 students and 23 elementary and secondary schools, we serve the communities of Rowland Heights, Walnut, La Puente, City of Industry and West Covina. Permits allow students from other communities to attend our schools.




  • Walnut Valley Unified School District



    Walnut Valley schools have been recognized by both the California State Department of Education and the United States Department of Education. Numerous sites are California Distinguished and National Blue Ribbon Schools. These schools are high achieving and have risen to the challenge of educating every child.


    The International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement programs at both comprehensive high schools provide students with a challenging academic experience that prepares them to be successful in college. Both programs have been acknowledged for their excellence on the state, federal, and international levels.


    Two elementary schools offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. This international curriculum teaches children to be global thinkers through creative thought and inquiry. Funding from a prestigious federal grant provides students with the opportunity to learn Spanish and become proficient bilingual speakers.