Hillcrest Academy 29275 Santiago Rd, Temecula, CA92592 This private school sits on Santiago next to several other private schools. Founded in 1977, it's one of the oldest…More schools in the southwest region. The school is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Joan F. Sparkman Alternative Education Center 32225 Pio Pico Rd, Temecula, CA92592 This center houses three schools: Rolling Hills Academy, Rancho Vista High School and Susan H. Nelson High School.…More Rolling Hills Academy runs a home-schooling program, Rancho Vista High School is a continuation school and Susan H. Nelson High School is an independent study program.
Rolling Hills Academy 35755 Abelia St, Winchester, CA92596 This home-schooling program serves students in grades K through 8. It is part of the Sparkman Alternative Education…More Center, which includes the Rancho Vista and Susan H. Nelson high schools.
Earl Stanley Gardner Middle School 45125 Via Del Coronado, Temecula, CA92592 This school is located a few blocks away from Redhawk Elementary School, and is also in walking distance from Kent…More Huntergardt park, and a Boys and Girls Club. The school sits inside the Red Hawk development of Temecula and is located in the southern end of the town.
Van Avery Prep Elementary School 29851 Santiago Rd, Temecula, CA92592 This school sits on Santiago Road in a row of other private schools in southern Temecula. Van Avery is a sister school…More to Kid's World Preschool.
LaVorgna Elementary School 31777 Algarve Ave, Winchester, CA92596 Located in Winchester is LaVorgna Elementary School. The school serves students in grades kindergarten through…More fifth and is part of the Temecula Valley Unified School District.
Temecula Valley High School 31555 Rancho Vista Rd, Temecula, CA92592 Founded in 1985, this is Temecula's oldest high school as well as the oldest high school in southwest Riverside…More County. It is also one of the biggest, serving nearly 3,000 students. It sits at the heart of the city, where its massive indoor gym is a landmark. Temecula Valley athletes are known as the Bears.
Vail Elementary School 29915 Mira Loma Dr, Temecula, CA92592 Tucked deep in a middle-class housing development, this school is a bit on the small side. It's one of the oldest…More schools in the district, opening in 1979, though it seems to be in great condition. It serves a small student body of less than 700. Vail students are known as Vikings.
Ysabel Barnett Elementary School 39925 Harveston Dr, Temecula, CA92591 This school sits in a quiet neighborhood in the upscale Harveston housing community. It is within walking distance…More of most of the community. The school is only about a decade old, and the students are known as Pioneers.
Play & Learn School 42690 Margarita Rd, Temecula, CA92592 Play & Learn School is a preschool co-op that runs out of the Temecula United Methodist Church. The school, however,…More has no religious affiliation or instructon.
Paloma Elementary School 42940 Via Rami, Temecula, CA92592 This school sits inside the Paloma Del Sol neighborhood, and is right off of Pauba road. The school is also very close…More to Temecula Valley High School, and Ronald Reagan Sports park. This school has been open since 1995 and is staffed with wonderful educators.
Temecula Elementary School 41951 Moraga Rd, Temecula, CA92591 Temecula Elementary School, home of the Tigers, has been opened since July 1980. Pilar Byham is the current principal.…More She is responsible for the education of the school's 737 students. The students range in age from Kindergarten to 5th grade. The average class size is 22 and the student-to-teacher ratio is 19:1.
Vintage Hills Elementary School 42240 Camino Romo, Temecula, CA92592 This small school sits in the new Vintage Hills housing development, within walking distance from Temecula Middle…More School. It opened in 1997 and its grounds span 11.4 acres. Its students are known as Huskies.
Rancho Elementary School 31530 la Serena Way, Temecula, CA92591 Founded in 1987, this is one of the oldest schools in the district. Like all the older schools, it hardly shows its age.…More It sits far from the busy roads on La Serena Way, among tracts of large homes, and within a short walk to several parks.
Julian Charter School Academy 29141 Vallejo Ave, Temecula, CA92592 Julian Charter School Academy is an educational program and school in the Trinity Building behind Hope Lutheran. The…More school offers a safe and academically challenging environment for students, including work in technology, media, global learning and life and career skills. Check its website for details on enrollment or for information on programs offered.
Margarita Middle School 30600 Margarita Rd, Temecula, CA92591 This school sits on a shady section of Margarita Road in the eastern outskirts of the city. Founded in 1988, this…More is one of the oldest middle schools in the city. Like all the schools in the district, it is in great condition. It's also one of the biggest middle schools, serving nearly 1,000 students. The campus has eight basketball courts, a baseball diamond and a track. The students are known as Mustangs.
Inland Valley Driving School 28780 Old Town Front St, Temecula, CA92590 This school teaches people who are studying to get their driver's license for the first time. It does not, however,…More offer traffic school. Its clients are mostly high school students and young adults. It runs a single classroom with a staff-only office in the back in a strip mall just south of Old Town. The classroom resembles that of a high school or college, and seats 18.
Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac School is a co-ed private Catholic school in Temecula's Wine Country.
The school is…More part of Vina de Lestonnac Ministry Center, which is run by the Sisters of the Company of Mary convent.</p>
French Valley Elementary School 36680 Cady Rd, Winchester, CA92596 Home to the French Valley Flyers, French Valley Elementary School is located to the far east of Winchester. The school,…More which is part of the Temecula Valley Unified School District, serves students in kindergarten through 5th grade and is led by Principal Joe Mueller. For more information about the school's facilities and faculty, visit the French Valley Elementary School website.
Temecula Luiseño Elementary School 45754 Wolf Creek Dr, Temecula, CA92592 One of the newest schools in the district, Temecula Luiseño Elementary School is located in the middle of a new…More neighborhood just off of Wolf Creek Drive. The school is headed by Principal Andree Grey, who has been working with the Temecula Unified School District since 1995. For more information about Temecula Luiseño, the home of the Eagles, visit the school's website.
Linfield Christian School 31950 Pauba Rd, Temecula, CA92592 Linfield Christian School is a private facility that accepts students in grades kindergarten through 12. It is situated…More on a large campus with grassy fields, a fountain and a pond in Temecula's more rural eastern region surrounded by open space and middle-class tract homes. The elementary school program is highlighted by multiple field trips as well as lessons in visual and performing arts, Spanish and physical education. The middle school aged children participate in extra-curricular activities to promote school spirit along with outdoor field trips, band and drama presentations. Linfield Christian School's high school students participate in bible studies, art displays, musical performances and a strong Student Body.
Crowne Hill Elementary School 33535 Old Kent Rd, Temecula, CA92592 Located to the far east corner of Temecula is Crowne Hill Elementary School. The school serves students in…More grades kindergarten through fifth and is part of the Temecula Valley Unified School District.
Vail Ranch Middle School 33340 Camino Piedra Rojo, Temecula, CA92592 This smallish middle school sits among sprawling housing tracts in the Redhawk area. It has eight basketball courts…More and even has tennis courts. Vail Ranch students are known as the Bulldogs.
This high school, housed at the Joan F. Sparkman Alternative Education Center, is an independent study program.
<p>The school was originally called Temecula Independent High School and located at the school district's office. It later changed its name to Rancho Santa Rosa High School, then a few years later to Susan H. Nelson, after one of its teachers who died.</p>
<p>The school is one of three schools housed at the center. The others are Rancho Vista High School and Rolling Hills Academy.</p>
This elementary school sits in a labyrinth of winding streets in a tract of mini-mansions overlooking rolling hills…More covered in sage. The school is closed in by a fence, sitting on a hillside with a great view.</p>
<p>It sits far from any major street, but few sidewalks are available in the area.</p>
<p>The school serves more than 800 children. Students are known as Trailblazers.</p>
Nicolas Valley Elementary School 39600 N General Kearny Rd, Temecula, CA92591 Nicolas Valley Elementary School, home of the Knights, has been open since July 1990. Shelley Maxwell is the current…More principal. Classes start at kindergarten and end at fifth grade.