Temecula Valley Unified School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Temecula, CA. It has 29,845 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 25 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Temecula Valley Unified School District Reviews
I have been in the Temecula Valley Unified School District my entire life, from attending Tony Tobin Elementary School, moving on to Vail Ranch Middle School, and finishing my education at Great Oak High School. Throughout my 12-13 years of school, TVUSD has been a very welcoming and open environment, in which I feel I have thrived in. There has been the occasional issue of prejudice, as well as I've experienced some issues of bullying and unfair treatment by students. However, I do not blame the school district for this. To me, this is a cause of growing kids in general! So, I have always enjoyed the TVUSD environment and school district. The teachers have, for the most part, been excellent. The clubs and activities offered throughout my school have been life-changing, as I have been involved with theatre for several years now through the schools and have felt nothing but love and joy.
TVUSD encourages students to be involved, not only in in their education, but within their community as well. This has helped me throughout high school because it has given me opportunities to do what I love, which is interact with others. The extra-curricular provided are endless and you can even make your own club if what you desire isn't there! Allowing students to find a way to combine their interests into their education allows a better experience for students to grow their minds and interests in order to allele them to be happy AND successful in their future.
After being a student at this school for the last four years I can say that my experience at Temecula Valley High School has overall been a please one. One thing I have to give my school credit for is the efforts that they make to engage students to participate in the many events that they offer; such as dances, shows, games and more. While going to TVHS I was also given the opportunity to participate on the school’s cheer team for the past four year. While cheering for multiple different sports such as wrestling, football, boys and girls basketball, volleyball, and water polo; I have seen how much effort my school put in to help these student athletes. One thing my school could improve on is for more teachers to try and give the best learning environment for their students, even if that means adjusting the ways they would usually teach.