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    FRIDA FLORES (DLA)
    Inspirational Student of the Month

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  • Teacher of the Year & Employee of the Year
    • 2015 EUHSD Teacher of the Year: Renee Sherry-Farrell of DLA
    • 2015 EUHSD Classified Employee of the Year: Chris North of SPHS
    • Click on the picture above to view the other district site TOYs and EOYs from 3/27 & 3/2!

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Twitter Facebook Located in Escondido, California, EUHSD has been serving the high school and adult education students of our community since 1894. With a long tradition of excellence, our focus will always be on the success of our students. Through the hard work of our dedicated administrators, teachers, staff, parents, and alumni, EUHSD is committed to extending this tradition well into the future.

EUHSD Congratulates the Class of 2015.  
 
The Future is Bright - Class of 2015

Good luck to the graduates of EUHSD (Escondido High School, Orange Glen High School, San Pasqual High School & Valley High School).

Posted by Escondido Union High School District on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
  • EUHSD 2015-2016 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

    Click on the picture to the left to review the final version of the 2015-2016 LCAP document, view videos, or to learn more about LCAP. We appreciate your interest in student learning and achievement for all EUHSD students.

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  • The Choice is Yours!

    On every EUHSD campus, including Escondido, Orange Glen, San Pasqual, Valley or Del Lago Academy, you will find a unique learning environment in which students can truly thrive. With nationally recognized Advanced Placement, College & Career Technical Education, Independent Study, after school enrichment, career exploration, STEM and more, opportunities are abundant. We embrace the responsibility of public education for every child and want to assist you in selecting the campus that best fits your needs. Many support services such as special education, nutrition and tutoring programs are available throughout the district, with some variances between sites. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are developed for all students, ensuring EUHSD graduates are ready for college, ready for work – ready for life. For those in the process of choosing a high school, new to the community, or interested in learning more about EUHSD’s campuses, we invite you to request a copy of “The Choice is Yours” guide by calling 760.291.3200 or download a copy by clicking on the "Choice is Yours" icon.

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  • OGHS & SPHS Students Selected for Prestigious College Success Program

    The Simon Family Foundation has selected sixteen EUHSD students to become Simon Scholars, a unique six-year program that begins during the Junior year of high school and continues through four years of college. The program was created to enable hardworking students facing various adversities to graduate from high school with enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence and then to provide the means by which these students can earn a bachelor's degree in their quest to become productive, independent and self-sufficient individuals. Succeeding a competitive interview process, these students will be equipped with a number of resources to prep and train for college achievement while being required to maintain a 3.0 GPA. Gaining leadership skills and commitment to community during the duration of the program, Simon Scholars receive a $16,000 scholarship once they graduate from high school. To the inaugural EUHSD Simon Scholars Class of 2017, CONGRATULATIONS!

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  • EUHSD Teachers Complete BTSA Induction Program

    This past May, several teachers completed two years of training in the EUHSD Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program (BTSA). The mission of BTSA is to train and support teachers in their professional practice and transform them into life-long reflective practitioners. We would like to congratulate the following teachers who completed their training in the program: Tony Mertz (EHS), Ross Johnson (EHS), Laura Gardiner (OGHS), Laura Halvorson (OGHS), Victor Solis (OGHS), Eddie Rodriguez (SPHS), Lauren Leyva (DLA), and Krys Bersofsky (VHS).

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  • Kevin Brown: OGHS Coach & Teacher Recognized by CIF

    Kevin Brown of Orange Glen High School received a Distinguished Service Award from the California Interscholastic Federation in recognition of his 27 years of coaching tennis. During this time, he has directed and seeded 17 CIF tennis tournaments, dedicating countless hours in support of high school athletes. Following in his parents footsteps, Kevin has been a Social Science teacher throughout his career. Congratulations!

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  • Youth Certified Nursing Assistant Program, Class of 2015

    EUHSD would like to congratulate 15 of our high school seniors who were selected to attend our summer CNA class. These students will earn 10 elective credits and will also be licensed by the State of California to work at patient care facilities ranging from hospitals, retirement centers, hospice and home health. These candidates were selected from a group of students who successfully completed our year-long course, Healthcare Fundamentals and Healthcare Essentials. For the past year, these students attended classes after school at their home EUHSD campus. When they complete the program at the end of the summer, eight employers in Escondido have said that they are eager to hire our nurses. This program was made possible through a partnership with EUHSD, Escondido Adult School, Escondido Education COMPACT, and Las Villas Del Norte Retirement Center.

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  • Summer Feeding Program

    In an effort to provide nutritious meals to students during the summer months, the Escondido Union High School District’s (EUHSD)Nutrition Services program is pleased to announce a program in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service. All meals are FREE and will be offered Monday-Thursday, including breakfast and lunch.The delicious and nutritious meals will help ensure our community's children do not go hungry and that they receive the many benefits of healthy eating. Please click on the image on the left for more information.

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  • Escondido High School District Recognized for Outstanding Achievements in AP Scores

    The Escondido Union High School District (EUHSD) is proud to be recognized in the 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll by The College Board as a school district that improved in the rate at which students earned scores of 3 or higher on an AP exam, while also increasing access to Advanced Placement courses for a broader number of students.

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  • Two EUHSD Grads Selected as Alliance Ambassadors

    The Alliance Fellowship Program at California State University San Marcos gives assistance to students to address college expenses and build leaderships skills through their academic progression in college. CSUSM has selected Veronica Catalin (EHS Graduate) and Maribel Gamez (SPHS Graduate) to serve as Alliance Ambassadors, representing MAP and other guaranteed college admissions programs with neighboring districts. Both Catalin and Gamez were students who participated in the EUHSD MAP program at their respective EUHSD home campus during their high school years. The MAP program provides students with a college preparation plan and guaranteed admission to CSUSM. The MAP program, launched in 2006 with support from business and community leaders, has enrolled over 3000 students from EUHSD.

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  • Common Core State Standards

    The Escondido Union High School District believes that the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) will benefit students throughout our community, state and nation by providing a consistently challenging, yet attainable, level of progress in each content area at each grade level. Regardless of socioeconomics, our students will learn the skills and knowledge to help them achieve in their future academic and/or career settings. The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help their students. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills young people need for success in college and careers. Click on the student group study picture on the left to learn more about the CCSS.

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