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EUHSD is proud to not only have one of the county’s oldest schools (Escondido High, founded in 1894), but one of the newest campuses (Del Lago Academy, opened in Fall 2013). For over 120 years, generations of students have been inspired, guided and at times gently nudged to reach for the stars. Whether in the classroom, library, Learning Center, lunch room or on the field, every student deserves the chance to develop knowledge and skills that will prepare them for a successful future. With Advanced Placement, Independent Study, after school enrichment, career exploration, and college/career technical programs available on every campus, opportunities are abundant. No matter which campus you choose (Escondido, Orange Glen, San Pasqual, Valley or Del Lago Academy) you will find a unique learning environment in which  students can truly thrive.

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A Message from the Superintendent:

Picture of Steve Boyle, Superintendent

Welcome Back! We are excited to have our students return for a year of learning and growth. Our goal is for all our students upon graduation to be prepared for college or to pursue their career field of interest.Classes throughout EUHSD resumed on Monday, August 15th and we welcomed approximately 7500 students to the campuses: Escondido (2400), Orange Glen (1950) and San Pasqual (2200) High Schools, as well as Del Lago Academy-Campus of Applied Science (730) and Valley High School (275).

It’s great to have two new principals join us, Stacey Adame at Orange Glen and Martin Casas at San Pasqual. Here are a few "new" highlights for the upcoming year:

  • Students, as well as parents, will benefit from additional resources of counselors (increased), school social workers, Parent & Family Liaisons, Academic Deans and College & Career Technicians. Together, each students' academic, social and developmental needs will be better met in order to help them reach their individual goals.
  • Del Lago Academy (opened in 2013) had its first 83 graduates (class of 2016) and now will have full classes of students at all grade levels (9-12). This is a biotech-medical science focused campus, open to all students in the community.
  • San Pasqual High School will be expanding program opportunities for students thanks to the CA Career Pathways Trust Grant. New classes will be offered in manufacturing (enhancing a current area of study) and new classes will be offered in the area of Information/Communication Technology. These new classes will lead to game design and simulation, an area of great interest to students.
  • The Escondido Union High School District has added solar energy systems to four of our campuses in our continuing efforts to maximize our resources and minimize our environmental impact.

Let’s make it the BEST YEAR EVER for all EUHSD students!

Steve Boyle

  • Stacey Adame Selected As New Principal at Orange Glen High School

    The Escondido Union High School District’s Board of Education approved the hiring of Stacey Adame to lead Orange Glen High School as Principal. Most recently an Assistant Principal at Orange Glen High School for the past four years, Ms. Adame has also worked closely with the Educational Services department as a District Facilitator of Professional Development, providing teachers with ongoing training in the Essential Elements of Instruction. A graduate of San Diego State and Point Loma University, Ms. Adame brings years of classroom experience as an English and social science teacher while at Keiller Leadership Academy in San Diego. Read the full press release.

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  •  Martin Casas Selected as New San Pasqual High School Principal

    Martin Casas Selected as New San Pasqual High School Principal

    The Escondido Union High School District’s Board of Education approved the hiring of Martin Casas to lead San Pasqual High School as Principal. Most recently an Assistant Principal at Rancho Bernardo High School in the Poway Unified School District, Mr. Casas has also served as their District Director for AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination). A graduate of San Diego State, Point Loma University and National University, Mr. Casas brings years of classroom experience as a social science teacher while at East Lake High School.

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  • EUHSD's Math Academy Helps Students Do The Math With Creative Activities

    At Orange Glen High School this week, students were busy building miniature cars out of mousetraps, and packing eggs to withstand a three-story drop.

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  • 2016 Escondido College and Career Fair

    College or university representatives interested in participating may provide their contact info the following EUHSD staff member: Click for a list of participating institutions and details on who to contact.

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  • 18th Annual Biliteracy Symposium

    San Diego County Office of Education honors two of our teachers for their work in biliteracy.

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  • CFF Inspire Award 2016

    Courtney Coffin recently received the Classroom of the Future Foundation's 2016 Inspire Award. Ms. Coffin is a teacher for students with intellectual disabilities at Orange Glen High School and was recognized for her efforts to "Maximize Ability, Minimiz

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  • Students will earn 'digital badges' demonstrating new science skills

    Del Lago Academy Scholars Prepare for Internships and Careers Through Digital Badge Program.

    Click to get links to the articles

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  • We wish to express sincere appreciation and congratulations to the 2016 EUHSD Retirees

    Georgine Altamore, Frances Dalley, Clive Gill, Kathleen Gove, Mary Ann Kirastoulis, Alida Ponchetti, Joaquin Quiroz, Jacqueline Redman, Lana Roberson, Timothy Smith, Christine Weldy, Ellen Wedderburn, Judy Giles, Kathryn Johnson, Janice Komancheck, Jane Levin, Miles Randall, Sheryl Randles, Judy Singer, Robert Swan, and Susan Tuttle

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