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School Recognition

Lake Elsinore Unified School District schools are highly recognized by state and federal educational agencies and other academic organizations for outstanding performance and academic achievement. A summary of recent awards received by LEUSD schools is given below.

International Baccalaureate World School

Temescal Canyon High School currently offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. TCHS officially became a certified member of the International Baccalaureate community in December 2011, and stands among 3,313 schools with the IB World School distinction. TCHS is LEUSD’s first and only high school to offer the IB Diploma Programme. To learn more about the International Baccalaureate Organization and the IB Diploma Programme, including IB at TCHS, visit www.ibo.org. View the TCHS IB World School news release.

National Blue Ribbon School


The Blue Ribbon Schools Program (BRSP) recognizes elementary and secondary schools that are both academically superior and have demonstrated dramatic gains in student achievement, while serving an economically disadvantaged population of students. Blue Ribbon Schools are selected as national models of excellence for other schools to emulate. The California Department of Education nominates and submits a list of eligible schools in December. Nominees are either previous California Distinguished Schools or California Title I Academic Achieving Award Schools. The winning schools are announced in September by the U.S. Secretary of Education.

William Collier Elementary-winner 2011 news release-pdf
Withrow Elementary School-winner 2010


California Distinguished Schools Award



The California School Recognition Program focuses on California’s students and their entitlement to an equitable and rigorous education. Under the program, the California Distinguished School Award identifies and honors those schools that have demonstrated educational excellence for all students and progress in narrowing the achievement gap. In order to be invited to apply for Distinguished School honors, schools must meet a variety of eligibility criteria including designated federal and state accountability measures based on Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), and the Academic Performance Index (API) requirements.

LEUSD schools recently receiving the California Distinguished School Award:

        · Cottonwood Canyon Elementary (2012)
· Elsinore Elementary (2012)
· Rice Canyon Elementary (2012)
· Tuscany Hills Elementary (2012)
· Wildomar Elementary (2012)
· David A. Brown Middle School (2011)
· Earl Warren Elementary School (2010)

       ·  Machado Elementary School (2010)

       ·  Railroad Canyon Elementary School (2010)

       · Ronald Reagan Elementary School (2010)

       ·  William Collier Elementary School (2010)

       ·  Lakeland Village Middle School (2009)

       · Terra Cotta Middle School (2009)

       ·  Tuscany Hills Elementary School (2008)

       ·  Elsinore High School (2007)

       · Temescal Canyon High School (2007)

       · Luiseno Elementary School (2007)

Title I Academic Achievement Award



The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 2001 requires that all states receiving Title I funds establish a program that recognizes Title I schools that exceed Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for two or more years or significantly close the achievement gap among numerically significant subgroups.

In order to be considered for honor, schools must meet a variety of eligibility criteria including designated federal and state accountability measures based on Adequate Yearly Progress and Academic Performance Index (API) requirements.

LEUSD schools recently receiving the Title I Academic Achievement Award:

  • Wildomar Elementary School (2012)
  • Railroad Canyon Elementary School (2011)
  • Elsinore Elementary School (2010)
  • William Collier Elementary School (2010)
  • Withrow Elementary School (2009)
  • William Collier Elementary School (2009)

Model Continuation High School Award

The Model Continuation High School Recognition Program honors outstanding continuation high schools for their comprehensive programs and provides a list of model continuation high schools for school visitations. Model continuation high schools provide comprehensive services to students aged sixteen and older through the use of exemplary instructional strategies, flexible scheduling, and guidance and counseling services. The California Department of Education (CDE) encourages continuation high schools that meet the eligibility criteria to submit an application to the Model Continuation High School Recognition Program.

LEUSD  Model Continuation High School Award:

·           Ortega High School (2013, 2007)

California Business for Education Excellence Honor Roll



Schools making up the California Business for Education Excellence Foundation’s Honor Roll consistently raise academic achievement and make significant progress toward closing achievement gaps for all students. These schools are recognized not only for their achievements, but so that other schools can learn their successful strategies or “best practices.”

Star Schools” are those with significant populations of socioeconomically disadvantaged students that have shown a significant increase in grade-level proficiency and achievement gap reduction over four years. “Scholar Schools” are schools that are showing significant academic achievement levels, but do not have a significant socio-economically disadvantaged student population.

LEUSD schools recently making the foundations Honor Roll:

·           Elsinore Elementary School (Star School, 2009)

·           Railroad Canyon Elementary School (Star School, 2009)

·           Wildomar Elementary School (Star School, 2009)

·           Withrow Elementary School (Star School, 2009)

·           Terra Cotta Middle School (Star School, 2009)

·           Luiseno Elementary School (Scholar School, 2009)

·           Rice Canyon Elementary School (Scholar School, 2009)

·           Tuscany Hills Elementary School (Scholar School, 2009)

 

AVID National Demonstration School Recognition



Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) National Demonstration Schools are exemplary models of the program and demonstrate the very best AVID methodologies and strategies. Schools and districts interested in implementing AVID or improving their own AVID program can arrange to visit these sites and experience a highly successful AVID program.

LEUSD schools recently recognized as AVID National Demonstration Schools:

Terra Cotta Middle School (2014)
Lakeside High School (2011)
Elsinore High School (2013, 2008)
 

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