Eastlake High School (Chula Vista, California)

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Eastlake High School
1120 Eastlake Parkway
Chula Vista, California
Type Public high school
Motto "Where today's learning shapes tomorrow's success."
Established 1992
Principal Maria Esther Lizarraga
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 3,172 (2016-2017 School Year)
Schedule Year - Round, Common Education Calendar
Campus Suburban
Color(s)                Royal blue, kelly green, and gray.
Athletics conference Metropolitan - Mesa League
Mascot Titans
Rivals Bonita Vista High School
Olympian High School
Otay Ranch High School
Newspaper Eastlake Edge
Yearbook The Raven

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 just east of California State Route 125 near the eastern edge of Chula Vista in the neighborhood of Eastlake, a suburb located southeast 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. The school also features a large amphitheatre for pep rallies, seating during lunch and nutrition break, and as a warm-up area for the Eastlake High School Titan Regiment before home football games. 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. [1] [2] [3] [4]

Academic Performance[edit]

The school received an Academic Performance Index score of 854 for the 2012 school year, which was the highest score by a high school in the Sweetwater Union High School District. [1]

Sports & Arts[edit]

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][citation 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.[citation needed] In 1999 Boys Volleyball team won the C.I.F. Championship.[citation needed]

Fall Sports: - American football - Girls' Volleyball - Girls' Tennis - Girls' Golf- Metro League Champs - Cross Country - Boys' Water Polo - Field Hockey - Marching Band - Color Guard

Winter Sports: - Boys' Basketball - Girls' Basketball - Boys' Soccer - Girls' Soccer - Wrestling - Girls' Water Polo - Roller Hockey - Winterguard [Colorguard] - Winterline [Drumline]

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.

The Eastlake Titan Regiment is a renowned marching band that performs at band reviews and field tournaments throughout Southern California. The band currently competes in the 5A division of SCSBOA. The band earned 6th place in the 5A division in 2016 at the SCSBOA Field Championships. The band is made up of 80 winds, 20 percussion, and 24 color guard for a total of 124 members for the 2016-2017 school year. The band also competes at band review competitions averaging scores in the low-mid 90.00s. The band earned 2nd place in the A division in 2016 at Arcadia High School (California)'s band review. During concert season, the Eastlake High School Band hosts two SCSBOA festivals in March and May in the Ruth Chapman Theater where middle and high school bands from the Greater San Diego area are adjudicated and given a clinic by a judge.

Notable people[edit]


  1. ^ "Eastlake High School". greatschools.org. Retrieved 5 March 2014. 
  2. ^ "Eastlake High School". education.com. Retrieved 5 March 2014. 
  3. ^ "Eastlake High School". trulia.com. Retrieved 5 March 2014. 
  4. ^ "Eastlake High School". k12.niche.com. Retrieved 5 March 2014. 

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Coordinates: 32°38′26″N 116°58′4″W / 32.64056°N 116.96778°W / 32.64056; -116.96778