The buildings that currently stand on the Elsinore Middle School campus are the culmination of 100 years of…More construction work.
In 1911, Elsinore High School opened where Elsinore Middle School now stands. The high school had 35 students that first year, but as the area grew, a new two-story campus building was erected in 1925 to accomodate the larger population.
In January of 1968, Elsinore High School moved to its current location in Wildomar. The vacated campus was revamped and reopened as Elsinore Junior High School, and then finally as Elsinore Middle School.
Today, Elsinore Middle School employs 35 teachers and 11 administrative and support personnel.
Founded in 1891 and located in the unincorporated area of Wildomar, Elsinore High School is the oldest high school in…More the Lake Elsinore Unified School District and one of the oldest high schools in Riverside County.
For the 2008-2009 school year, Elsinore High School had a student enrollment of 2,202. The faculty at Elsinore High School includes 88 teachers and another 16 administrative, counseling and staff personnel.
Elsinore High School is a California Distinguished School, an AVID National Demonstration School and a Riverside County Office of Education Model of Excellence for its special education program.
The Lake Elsinore Unified School District, located in the City of Lake Elsinore within the County of Riverside, is…More one of oldest public school systems in Southern California. Some of the district's schools date back as far as the 1800's.
The Lake Elsinore Unified School District is large (more than 140 square miles) and serves the cities of Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake and Wildomar. The district also serves several unincorporated communities in Riverside County, including Lakeland Village and Horsethief Canyon.
Within the Lake Elsinore Unified School District there are nearly 22,000 students at 13 elementary schools, two K-8 schools, four middle schools, three high schools and four alternative schools. The district is considered one of the largest employers in the region, with 3,000 permanent and substitute employees.
Temescal Canyon High School 28755 El Toro Rd, Lake Elsinore, CA92532 Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore serves 1,946 students and is part of the Lake Elsinore Unified School…More District. The school has a diverse student body, where 50 percent of students are white, 37 percent are Hispanic or Latino, six percent are African American, three percent are Asian and two percent are Filipino. The average class size at Temescal Canyon High School is approximately 31, with 73 teachers on campus. For curriculum details, enrollment information or event information, be sure to visit the web address provided.
Vick Knight Lakeside Community Library 32593 Riverside Dr, Lake Elsinore, CA92530 Located in Lake Elsinore, the Vick Knight Lakeside Community Library is a joint use library facility located on the…More Lakeside High School campus. Vick Knight Library offers weekly story times, free Internet access, printing, movies, books and more. This library is open seven days a week.