Vista Murrieta High School is the home of the Broncos. Located on Clinton Keith Road east of Interstate 215, Vista…More Murrieta was the second comprehensive high school built in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District and had its first graduating class in 2006.
CBS Max Preps Sports has named Vista Murrieta the "Most Spirited High School in America!" twice, in 2009 and 2010. It has a thriving video production program.
Students can earn college credits through a dual enrollment partnership with Mt. San Jacinto College, focusing on occupational areas.
Monte Vista Elementary School 37420 Via Mira Mosa, Murrieta, CA92563 The mission of Monte Vista Elementary School is "to provide a fun, empowering environment for lifelong success." The…More school practices Character Counts, instilling the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsiblity, fairness, caring and citizenship. Students feed into Warm Springs Middle School and Vista Murrieta High School. On-campus before and after school care is offered for a fee.
Located in east Murrieta, Dorothy McElhinney Middle School is one of the newer additions to the Murrieta Valley…More Unified School District.
Besides following the district's standards of academic excellence, McElhinney is a visual and performing arts school. Students are exposed to vocal and instrumental music, drama, dance and visual art, ceramics and computer arts.
The school's namesake, Dorothy McElhinney, owned the 400-acre Pinto Ranch on which the campus now stands. Feeder schools are Lisa J. Mails and Monte Vista elementary schools. McElhinney students feed into Vista Murrieta High School.