Built in 2008, our school is designed in a unique architectural style to fit into the historic houses surrounding it in the heart of Sherman Heights. The entire San Diego community helped build our school, which was constructed in part with funds from Proposition MM, the school bond initiative passed overwhelmingly by voters.
The school covers 6.2 acres and
includes 32 classrooms, all of them permanent classrooms. There are no
temporary buildings on campus. The school's location is convenient to
downtown San Diego, and Interstate 5 and Highway 94
The school's appearance is pleasing and well groomed, and students feel proud of their school and contribute to its cleanliness.
Providing safe and well-maintained schools is a top priority for the school district. To ensure that all classrooms and facilities are maintained in a manner that supports instruction, a scheduled maintenance program is administered by the district.
To further support learning, a variety of tutoring areas, such as tables with umbrellas and resource rooms are available. The colorful playgrounds and covered lunch area open to an amphitheater where students gather during school and programs are held throughout the year. Teachers have access to a centralized workroom, reading resource room, staff-development room, a multi-purpose media room, and a room for adaptive physical education.There is no other