This is a great place for students to get a fresh starch from caring teachers and staff!
Valley High (Continuation) School is a public high school in Escondido. The principal of Valley High (Continuation) School is Saundra Uribe-Silverman, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 371 students go to Valley High (Continuation) School and identify mostly as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 39% of the Valley High (Continuation) School students are "limited in English proficiency." 71% of the 371 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Valley High (Continuation) School is 16:1. Orange Glen High School is one of the nearest high schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||2%||0.7%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||1%||9283%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||71%||41%|
|Limited English proficiency||39%||20%|
This school is just amazing. Everyone always thinks bad about it before they even go there or hear about it but that's not even the case. This school is just great. The teachers are super supportive and they'll give you their own time and give you all the help you need in class. The teachers here are REAL teachers. If only they had teachers like this in the regular schools. It's really cool how all the staff cares about the students a whole lot. I came here my junior year missing about 40 credits and now I'm caught up. I don't even plan on moving back to my comprehensive high school.
i absolutely love this school and teachers.
if i could i wouldn't graduate and stay there forever. i love this school. all the teachers always give you there time no matter how much you need. they always go out of there way to help you. if you ever needed anything they would give it to you. no matter if it was just somebody to listen to you all the way up to giving you a binder and pencils if you couldn't afford one. i would fail regular high school all over again to go to valley. they make sure that going to college is chiseled into your head.
My son has done so much better at this school. The teachers are awesome down to earth 'been there done that' people. They really care about their students.
Im a student at Valley High School and I absolutly love it. I went to Escondido high and then Center City and they cannot compare to the attention you get from teachers and staff at this establishment. A++++. I would send my child to this school
This is school is a continuation school and is a great school for students to get back on track when they are behind in credits.
I was a part of the graduating class of 2000. Attending Valley High school was the best choice I have ever made. The whole teacher facilty was so supportive and understanding of everything going on in my life and no matter what happened they always believed in me so much in fact they made me be able to believe in myself. Thank you to all the teachers at Valley High School you really are the best.
i attended valley my senior year 1987 it is there i learned to take responsibility for my actions and education. though i did not go on to college i have lived in china and south africa and traveled to over 50 other countries as a specialist in the mining industry and i have valley high school to thank for giving me those opportunities for without a high school diploma they would not have materialized
I attended Valley High School and had the opportunity to go back to SPHS but I loved this school I felt an emotional attachment when i left. I was a class speaker and i still go visit all my teachers. They all were my inspiration to do better and prove everyone else wrong about our school my Family.
I was a student at Valley High School. I can only say that I got accepted to UCLA San Diego State University and San Jose University. So you be the judge. The teachers are great!!! They know its hard to get a good education so they try their best to make sure we get the best possible. Keep up the good work Valley!!!
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