A Message from the 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!
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- 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.