Eastlake High School (Chula Vista, California)
|Eastlake High School|
Where today's learning shapes tomorrow's success.
|1120 Eastlake Parkway
Chula Vista, California
|Type||Public high school|
|Principal||Maria Esther Lizarraga|
|Schedule||Year - Round, Common Education Calendar|
|Color(s)||Royal blue, kelly green, and gray.|
|Athletics conference||Metropolitan - Mesa League|
|Rivals||Bonita Vista High School|
Eastlake High School (ELH or EHS), in Chula Vista, California, United States, is a four-year high school which opened on September 8, 1992. The school is located near the eastern edge of Chula Vista in the neighborhood of Eastlake, a suburb located south of Downtown San Diego. The movie Bring It On, was partially filmed at the school's football stadium.
The Ruth Chapman Performing Arts Center, located on campus, is used by many people in the community for plays, church services, and other community performances. In addition, the school features an observatory and an engineering department, with classes ranging from Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) to Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA) to Digital Electronics (DE), which has led to the formation of a Botball team and a FIRST Robotics team.    
Football games and track meets take place on campus at Stan Canaris Stadium.
In 2000, both the Boys and Girls track team went undefeated and won C.I.F. becoming the first team to do so since Sweetwater High 15 years prior.[clarification needed] Also, in 2009, the football team went against Vista High School in the C.I.F. finals in Qualcomm and won making them the first team from Eastlake to win. In 1999 Boys Volleyball team won the C.I.F. Championship.
Spring Sports: - Baseball - Softball - Track and Field - Boys' Volleyball - Boys' Tennis - Boys' Golf -Girls' gymnastics - Swim & Dive - Lacrosse -Academic League Other: Academic Decathlon competes in February. The Center Stage & Spotlight Ladies Show Choirs, Color Guard, Winter Guard, FIRST Robotics Competition and Botball teams compete in March.
- Adrian Gonzalez, first overall pick in the 2000 Major League Baseball Draft and current first baseman for the Los Angeles Dodgers, former San Diego Padres and traded to the Boston Red Sox then to the Dodgers (Class of 2000).
- Tony Jefferson, Undrafted in the NFL in 2013 he made it on the Arizona Cardinals roster and still is. Currently he plays Strong Safety with the Arizona Cardinals and caught his first NFL interception in Week 1 of the 2015 NFL season.