Helix Montessori School is a small, residential building with an enclosed backyard. The backyard houses a play place…More for its school children, complete with a small slide, clubhouse and sandboxes. Students at the school practice the "Montessori method," a way to teach children that emphasizes "self-learning" and encourages a sense of independence. It is a private school with a capacity of 35 students.
The small amount of students provides a close, nurturing atmosphere, where strong relationships can be developed. The school is owned and operated by Madhavi Shah.
Casa De Anza Apartments 800 S Anza St, El Cajon, CA92020 The Casa De Anza Apartments are located on a quiet street across from the Anza Elementary School. Residents can enjoy…More one- and two-bedroom units, nicely landscaped grounds, assigned parking, a laundry facility and a pool. The apartments are close to shopping, restaurants and the 8 Freeway.
Iglesia Bautista La Puerta Abierta 5651 Water St, La Mesa, CA91942 This unique, triangle-shaped church offers La Mesa residents Spanish-language sermons in its medium-sized sanctuary. The…More modest church campus is filled with green grass, and is conveniently located in close proximity to Interstate 8 and a number of local schools.
Anza South Apartments 946 S Anza St, El Cajon, CA92020 The Anza South Apartments are located on a quiet street across from the Anza Elementary School. Residents can enjoy one-…More and two-bedroom units, tropical landscaping, assigned parking, a laundry facility and a pool. The apartments are also close to shopping, restaurants and the 8 Freeway.
The Casa de Oro Sheriff storefront is a joint project between the Sheriff's Department, San Diego County Supervisor…More Dianne Jacob and the community. Established in 2009, on-duty sheriffs now have the ability to file reports efficiently while remaining on their beat and able to respond to local 911 calls.
The storefront is close to schools, residential neighborhoods and commercial stores providing a central location for the neighborhood to stop in with questions and concerns.
Lieutenant James Bovet is in charge of this patrol division. He says, "We are part of the community, we are here, use us as a resource!"