Murrieta Mesa High School

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Murrieta Mesa High School
24801 Monroe Avenue
Murrieta, California 92562
United States
Coordinates 33°33′52″N 117°12′03″W / 33.564329°N 117.200807°W / 33.564329; -117.200807Coordinates: 33°33′52″N 117°12′03″W / 33.564329°N 117.200807°W / 33.564329; -117.200807
Type Public
Motto “Pursue your passion . . . leave a legacy,” [2]
Opened 2009[1]
Principal Steve Ellis
Grades 9th - 12th
Number of students 2,200
Color(s) Green, Bronze and Gray    
Mascot Rams

Murrieta Mesa High School (MMHS) is a comprehensive, four-year high school located in Murrieta, California. It is operated by the Murrieta Valley Unified School District. The school opened in 2009 to keep up with population growth in Murrieta. The first graduating class was the class of 2012. The school derives its name from the mesa it sits on, identified in an 1884 surveyor's map of the valley.

Feeder schools[edit]

  • Elementary: E. Hale Curran, Avaxat, Antelope Hills, Tovashal
  • Middle: Shivela Middle School


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