Vista High School (Lynwood, California)

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Vista High School
Vista High School front gate.JPG
11300 Wright Road
, California
Type Public continuation high school
Motto Pursuing Excellence
School district Lynwood Unified School District
Number of students 186 (2014-15)[1]
Color(s)      Blue
Team name Eagles

Vista High School is one of the three high schools in Lynwood, California. Vista High is a continuation school and runs Pathway High School, an independent studies program. The other two schools are Lynwood High School which is the main high school, and the other is Marco Antonio Firebaugh High School. They are all part of the Lynwood Unified School District.


Vista High School Campus used to be an elementary school (Will Rogers Elementary now located in Duncan Ave.) and was site to Lynwood Adult School until 2000. The Tzu Chi Foundation awarded 15 Students to Scholarships to any school of their choices in 2008, making it the best nomination over the last five years. As of 2008, Vista High School holds the highest test scores within the high schools of Lynwood Unified School District.

Notable alumni[edit]

Shawn Estrada - 2008 Olympic Boxer, represented the United States in Beijing.


  1. ^ "Vista High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved October 5, 2017. 

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Coordinates: 33°55′15″N 118°10′49″W / 33.920830°N 118.180256°W / 33.920830; -118.180256