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Heritage of the Americas Museum
12110 Cuyamaca College Dr W, El Cajon, CA 92019

This museum is on the Cuyamaca College campus and rivals larger natural history museums in San Diego County. EachMore room is filled with artifacts and educational information on the natural history, archaeology, anthropology and art of North, Central and South America. The museum depicts the history and way of life of the San Diego Kumeyaay Indians and displays metates, ollas, pots and bowls found in the region. There is a gift shop featuring  jewelry, books, arts and crafts from around the world at reasonable prices.

The museum hosts school field trips weekly and volunteer docents go out to the schools to provide educational programs.

Vision Chiropractic
7877 Parkway Dr, La Mesa, CA 91942
Drs. Rick and Caroline Nasif are the doctors at Vision Chiropractic. A typical first visit would include a review ofMore health history, consultation, exam, x-ray, report of findings and the first chiropractic adjustment, according to the practice's website. The practice is also available for e-consultations. When scheduling an appointment, mention its website and receive a free consultation and chiropractic exam, valued at $185.
Ocean Mortgage
9340 Fuerte Dr, La Mesa, CA 91941
Ocean Mortgage is a national real-estate mortgage company with an office in La Mesa. It specializes in showing realMore estate, mortgage and loan application help, financial advice and refinancing assistance. For more information about this company's history or services, see the Ocean Mortgage website.
Helix Charter High School
7323 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942

With a reputation for sports and academic excellence — and graduates including Heisman Trophy winner ReggieMore Bush and NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton — Helix continues to improve, thanks to Proposition H and U construction. This includes a new science building, theater and performing arts classrooms.

Chartered under the Grossmont Union High School District, Helix has grade principals overseen by an executive director, Rani Goyal, who started work in September 2010. The school offers advanced placement (AP) classes in physics, calculus, environmental science, psychology, U.S. and European history, government, English, Spanish, computer science and studio art.

Along with an active tutoring service, the school offer Club College to help students with college planning and admissions projects. The school also has an active chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions. All students are required to do 40 hours of community service before they graduate, including 20 hours by the end of their sophomore year.

An award-winning pipe and drum corps performs with the equally decorated marching band. The Highland Players theater group has a history of fine productions.