Steele Canyon High School

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Steele Canyon Charter High School
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Aerial view from the southeast
12440 Campo Road
Spring Valley, California
Type California Public Charter High School
Motto "You Can't Bend Steele"
Established 2000
Principal Don Hohimer
Grades 9–12
Enrollment Approx. 2,200 (2014-2015 school year)
Color(s) Navy blue, cardinal red, white
Mascot Scratch the Cougar
Nickname Steele, SCHS
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

Steele Canyon Charter High School is a public charter high school located in the San Diego East County community of Spring Valley, California, United States. Opened in 2000, the school serves students in grades nine through grade twelve. It has operated as a California charter school since July 1, 2007. Steele Canyon served as an evacuation center for San Diego residents threatened by the Harris fire, one of the larger October 2007 California wildfires.[1]

The logo at the entry of Steele Canyon High School, in 2007

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Coordinates: 32°43′47″N 116°55′30″W / 32.72972°N 116.92500°W / 32.72972; -116.92500