Kelseyville Unified School District, founded in 1921, is the second largest of seven districts located in Lake County, California. The District serves the town of Kelseyville and which includes the Big Valley area, Soda Bay, the Buckingham peninsula, the Riviera and up to the crest of Cobb Mountain. The community and surrounding area is known for its pears, walnuts, an award winning wine industry, tourism that includes summer water activities on Clear Lake, and local Indian casinos. Lake County also claims the best air quality in California!
The District is made up of six active school sites, a seventh additional alternative day school which was established in the spring of 2002, and a historical site affectionately referred to as Hells Bend. The District office is located at 4410 Konocti Road, Kelseyville CA.