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.
Bundy Canyon Christian School was established in 1981 and is located on 20 acres of Lake Elsinore. The school offers…More full-day classes, from pre-school through 8th grade. In addition to being a Christian school, the central theme of the campus is that it features several varieties of farm animals.
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.
Wildomar Elementary School is one of 25 schools which comprise the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. The school…More serves approximately 850 students enrolled in grades K-5.
The school has a more than 100-year history. As the area around Wildomar was being settled during the late 1800s, one of the first items of business in the new town was to build a grammar school. In 1886, town founders donated land and Wildomar Elementary School was built in the downtown area. The present day school is still at this original location on the corner of Palomar and Central.
When the old two-room schoolhouse was eventually torn down and rebuilt, the bell that called students to class was removed from its tower. In 2006, contributions from the community and school helped fund a monument to house the bell which resides on the school grounds today.
The bell is located at the corner of Palomar and Central on the grounds of Wildomar Elementary School. It remains a landmark for Wildomar.
Tuscany Hills Elementary School 23 Ponte Russo, Lake Elsinore, CA92532 Tuscany Hills Elementary School located in Lake Elsinore serves 622 students and is part of the Lake Elsinore Unified…More 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.
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.
Ortega High School serves 185 students and is part of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. The school, which…More opened in 2006, is a fully accredited alternative program for community students.
The school offers programs to meet various needs, from students who wish to graduate early, to students who want to make up credits to return to their comprehensive home schools, to students who want to work as they attend school.
The Ortega High School student body is diverse. Fifty-eight percent of students are Hispanic or Latino; 33 percent are white; 4 percent are African American; 2 percent are Asian.
There are 13 teachers and two para-educators at Ortega High School. Average class size at the school is 15 students.
For the 2008-2009 school year, Canyon Lake Middle School had a total enrollment of 1,270 students. Fifty-one percent…More of the students were white; 35 percent were Hispanic or Latino; 5 percent were African American; 3 percent were Asian; and 3 percent were Filipino.
Average class size at Canyon Lake Middle School is approximately 33. There are 41 teachers at the school, along with four support staff that includes administators and counselors.
Lake Elsinore School of Music 220 W Graham Ave, Lake Elsinore, CA92530 Lake Elsinore School of Music is located on the corner of W. Graham and S. Spring streets. The School of Music offers…More personal and group classes for every music lover. They offer classes in accordion, bass, guitar, keyboard, piano, voice and baritone eke. The classes are affordable and the school also offers specials. Schedules are not set so they are very flexible to fit around your busy schedule. Parking is located outside the school free of charge.
Machado Park 15150 Joy St, Lake Elsinore, CA92530 Located next to Machado Elementary School in Lake Elsinore, Machado Park is a joint effort between the city and the Lake…More Elsinore Unified School District. The park is actually a portion of Machado Elementary School. The city and School District, through joint use agreement, have developed a five-acre portion of the site offering tennis courts, play equipment, shaded shelters, barbecues, restrooms, picnic facilities and parking. There is also open turf area for games and other organized types of activities.