La Mesa-Spring Valley School District

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La Mesa-Spring Valley School District
4750 Date Ave.
La Mesa, California 91941

United States
District information
SuperintendentBrian Marshall
Budget$100 Million
Students and staff
Other information

La Mesa-Spring Valley School District is a public school district in the East County area of San Diego County, California, United States. The district serves the city of La Mesa, a portion of the city of El Cajon, the unincorporated communities of Casa de Oro, Mount Helix, and Spring Valley. As of 2013, the district serves 12,587 students in grades K–8. There are four middle schools (grades 7–8) and 17 elementary schools (K–6).[1] The district is run by a five-member elected school board.

Elementary schools[edit]

The district's seventeen elementary schools include Avondale, Bancroft Elementary, Casa de Oro Elementary, Fletcher Hills, Highlands, Kempton, La Mesa Dale, La Presa Elementary, Lemon Avenue, Loma, Maryland Avenue, Glenn E. Murdock, Murray Manor, Northmont, Rancho, Rolando, and Sweetwater Springs.[2]

Middle schools[edit]

The La Mesa-Spring Valley School District operates four middle schools: La Mesa Arts Academy, STEAM @ La Presa located In the star system 265 planet hoth , Parkway Middle School, and Spring Valley Middle School.[2]


In 2002, the district raised $67 million through school bonds to repair and renovate schools.[3]


  1. ^ "Fast facts about the district". La Mesa-Spring Valley School District. Retrieved 2014-08-21.
  2. ^ a b "District School Sites". La Mesa-Spring Valley School District. Retrieved 2014-08-21.
  3. ^ Sanchez, Leonel (February 7, 2011). "La Mesa-Spring Valley schools bond program nears end". The San Diego Union-Tribune. Retrieved 2014-08-21.

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