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Rancho Elementary School
8845 Noeline Ave, Spring Valley, CA 91977
A California Distinguished School, Rancho Elementary is committed to a high level of academic success for itsMore students, and had an API score of 834, one of the highest in the District. Under the leadership of Principal Wendy Newmark and its faculty, Rancho offers many programs to help enrich children's lives, including Peacebuilders, Peace Patrol peer mediation, and more. 35% of its students body studies ESL.
La Mesa Driving Schools
7250 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91941
Whether you are a first time driver learning the basics or brushing up on your driving skills, La Mesa Driving SchoolsMore will make sure to get each student is out on the road in no time at all. A large number of classrooms along with a variety of curriculum are offered to meet any driver education needs required by the state of California.
Emerald STEM Magnet Middle School
1221 Emerald Ave, El Cajon, CA 92020

Since 1958, Emerald Middle School has been faithfully serving the El Cajon community.

It is a STEM MagnetMore School offering students in the community a high level of achievement in various aspects of learning in mathematics, science, engineering and technology.

As a California Distinguished School, its unique block schedule allows for more intensive learning and a more focused aproach to the classroom.

The principal is Dr. Kathy Skube.

Chase Elementary School
195 E Chase Ave, El Cajon, CA 92020

A California Distinguished School, Chase Elementary School has been serving the El Cajon community since 1952 .


Combining  a committed faculty a with a strong desire to strive for achievement, the students are Chase are provided with a quality elementary education.

The staff also strives to build character through extracurricular activities, including a Weekend Food Bag program, which collects food for less fortunate.

Sue Gellar is the school's principal.

Casa de Oro Elementary School
10227 Ramona Dr, Spring Valley, CA 91977

Established in 1949, Casa de Oro Elementary is one of the oldest schools in the La Mesa - Spring Valley SchoolMore District. The school offers an environment that stresses achievement, both in and out of the classroom.

Some of the special programs offered at the school include the OASIS reading tudor program, an autism cluster and a Garden Club, of which more than 80 students, teachers and communty volunteers are a part.

A California Distinguished School, Casa de Oro's principal is Lisa Conry, who is in her first year at the school after coming from Fletcher Hills.

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