SAN BERNARDINO – Five High Desert elementary schools were among 19 from 10 San Bernardino County districts to be named California Distinguished Schools, according to a news release today from the California Department of Education.
Hesperia Unified (two schools) and the Victor Elementary School District (three schools) combined to have the five elementaries honored from the region.
“We are very proud of the outstanding academic achievement and culture of collaboration that theses schools have exhibited as California Distinguished Schools,” County Superintendent Ted Alejandre said. “Congratulations to the teachers, administrators and staff, as well as the parents and community members, who support these terrific schools.”
This year’s San Bernardino County Distinguished Schools are:
- Deer Canyon Elementary, Alta Loma School District;
- Coyote Canyon Elementary, Central Elementary School District
- Hidden Trails and Liberty elementaries, Chino Valley Unified School District;
- Lightfoot, Solorio, Etiwanda Colony, Perdew and West Heritage elementaries, Etiwanda School District;
- Krystal School of Science, Math and Technology and LaVerne Elementary Prep Academy, Hesperia Unified School District;
- Ramona Elementary, Ontario-Montclair School District;
- Cram and Highland Grove elementaries, Redlands Unified School District;
- Trapp Elementary, Rialto Unified School District;
- Salinas Creative Arts Elementary, San Bernardino City Unified School District;
- Galileo Academy 101, Mountain View Montessori Charter and Sixth Street Prep, Victor Valley Elementary School District.