Temecula Unified School District

The Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD) believes that the future of our country is dependent on the young people who are being educated in our schools. Therefore, they are committed to providing an environment in which all children are encouraged to develop to their maximum potential.
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Philosophy
The learning environment must be an exciting, positive, safe place where children are encouraged to grow and develop. This requires a professional, mutually committed staff who demonstrate a clear understanding of our mission and accept the responsibility for working with our children. They expect that staff, parents, business and community members join them in supporting this fundamental philosophy.
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School District Population & Area
The Temecula Valley Unified School District serves roughly 28,468 students and has about 2,600 employees. The district stretches over 148 square miles from the San Diego County line in the south to Highway 79 and Winchester Road in the north and east to Vail Lake. The general boundaries extend:
  • North to Baxter Road in French Valley
  • South to the Riverside County line
  • East to Vail Lake
  • West to the Temecula city limit
Schools in the District
The district includes:
Other Schools
There are several private schools, preschools and child care centers in Temecula. Please consult the local yellow pages for addresses and phone numbers.

Languages
Nearly 10% of TVUSD students speak a language other than English, with the majority of that percentage speaking Spanish. There are more than 60 different home languages spoken in TVUSD homes.

Parent/Teacher Association (PTA)

If you are the parent of a student, visit the Temecula Valley Council of PTAs.
Higher Education
Educational levels are high in Temecula Valley with over 80% of the population having a college education:
  • 25% of Temecula residents hold undergraduate degrees
  • Additional 10% have graduate or professional degrees
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Location


The Temecula Valley is within commuting distance of 22 private and public colleges and universities.