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Lakeside High School
32593 Riverside Dr, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Lakeside High School, which is located on 72.3 acres, serves a diverse group of 2,237 students. Fifty-eight percentMore are Hispanic or Latino; 32 percent are white; 6 percent are African American.

The average class size is approximately 32 and there are 80 teachers.

Construction began in 2003, and the total cost of the land, construction and expenses to build the school was approximately $74 million.



Donald Graham Elementary School
35450 Fredrick St, Wildomar, CA 92595

Donald Graham Elementary School in Wildomar serves 595 students and is part of the Lake Elsinore Unified SchoolMore District.

The school opened in 1993 and is named after a founder of what is now known as the City of Wildomar.

Donald Graham Elementary has a diverse student population. Fifty-three percent of students are Hispanic or Latino, 32 percent are white, 5 percent are African American, 4 percent are Filipino and 2 percent are Asian.

There are 32 faculty and support staff at Donald Graham Elementary.

Average class size at the school is approximately 19 students for grades K-3, and 30 students for grades 4-5.

Tuscany Hills Elementary School
23 Ponte Russo, Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Tuscany Hills Elementary School located in Lake Elsinore serves 622 students and is part of the Lake Elsinore UnifiedMore School District. The student population at the school is diverse. Sixty-one percent of the students are white; 25 percent of students are Hispanic or Latino; 5 percent are African American; 3 percent are Asian; 2 percent are Filipino. Average class size at the school is 20 for grades K-3; for grades 4-5, average class size is 32. There are 36 faculty and staff at the school.
Elsinore Elementary School
512 W Sumner Ave, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

According to Elsinore Elementary School Principal Suzy Baldwin, "the staff at Elsinore Elementary School is dedicatedMore to meeting the needs of all students. Our teachers and support staff are committed to our goal of creating a community of learners. We work together with the parents to hold students to the highest standards."

The student population at Elsinore Elementary is more than 350. There are 23 teachers and five support and administrative personnel on campus. The average class size for grades K-3 is 19; grades 4-6 the average class size increases to 32.

More than 80 percent of the student population is Hispanic or Latino.