Costa Mesa High School/Middle School
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|Costa Mesa High School|
2650 Fairview Road
|School district||Newport Mesa Unified School District|
|Principal||Jacob Haley (High School)|
Eugene Kwong (Middle School)
|Student to teacher ratio||21.84|
|Color(s)||Green, white, and black|
|Athletics conference||CIF-SS Orange Coast League|
|Rival||Estancia High School|
|Website||Costa Mesa High School website|
In 2009, the Newport-Mesa Board of Education approved plans for a new middle school enclave and a performing arts center. In 2010, a $6.6 million aquatics center featuring a 50-meter swimming pool, locker rooms, and a classroom was opened. Before this, the pool was 25 yards long and in the shape of an L. In 2011, Costa Mesa Middle School opened its teen center. In 2013, plans were approved for a new track and field on campus. That same year, the final construction beam was in place for the new middle school enclave building. In 2014, Costa Mesa High School opened a new performing arts center with a 335-seat theater. In 2016, construction of the new track and football stadium was completed. 
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