To develop students through rigorous educational and co-curricular programs into critical, reflective thinkers with the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively, to integrate technology for learning, and to contribute to an ever-changing, diverse community.
The Temecula Valley Unified School District is located in Riverside County. The District covers 213 square miles (north to French Valley, south to the San Diego County line, east to Vail Lake, and, west to the Temecula city limit. The District began operations as a unified school district in 1989. Currently, there are eighteen elementary schools, seven middle schools, three comprehensive high schools, one continuation high school, one independent study high school, one virtual school, two charter schools, and one adult school in the District, for a total of thirty-three schools. The District also conducts a childcare program called BASES at various elementary school sites. The District received voter approval of the $165 million dollar Measure Y Bond in November 2012. The funds will be provided by the issuance of bonds planned to occur four times over approximately 10 years. A master facility plan and bond projects list has been established to prioritize projects for completion during the lifetime of the bond.
213 square miles
Number of Schools: 33
18 elementary schools
7 middle schools
3 comprehensive high schools
1 continuation high school
1 independent study high school
1 virtual (grades 6-12) school
1 virtual/homeschool K-5
1 adult education school
Total # of Employees:
Certificated (teachers) 1,300
Classified (non-teaching) 1,500
TVUSD'S Enrollment, Student Demographics, and Academics:
Our Collective Why
Inspiring Excellence. Impacting the Future.