Murrieta Chamber of Commerce 24801 Monroe Ave, Murrieta, CA92562 The Murrieta Chamber of Commerce got its beginnings in 1915 when local merchants would band together to take their wares…More to a farmers' market in Riverside. The chamber was later incorporated in 1960 and currently serves as a legislative advocate, a promoter of the community and a place for local business owners and community members to network. Murrieta Chamber of Commerce's offices were recently relocated to the Murrieta Mesa High School campus as part of a partnership between the business and education communities. The chamber is headed by Rex Oliver, who has served as president since 2001. A friendly office staff is always on hand to help members and prospective members navigate the aspects of Murrieta and its neighboring communities.
Murrieta Mesa High School opened in August 2009 as Murrieta Valley Unified School District's third comprehensive high…More school. A Chinese language class offered at the school is one of few in Riverside County.
Students at Murrieta Mesa can choose from five college and careers pathways: business/culinary, engineering, liberal studies/education, medical and visual and performing arts. The option to enroll in Career Technical courses is also made available to students.
The Murrieta Mesa Rams have quickly made a name for themselves through their involvement in the community, including establishing a partnership with the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce, which moved to the campus in July. In turn, the chamber agreed to help Mesa students prepare for entry into the workforce through internships, guest lecturers and a variety of other measures.
In addition to the chamber, Mesa has student-enrichment partnerships with Hewlett-Packard, Inland Valley Symphony and Temecula Valley Master Chorale, and it is working toward an agreement with UC Riverside's School of Medicine.
Principal Mary Walters' hope is that all students become involved in campus through athletics, clubs or groups.
The motto is "Pursue your passion...leave a legacy!"