Murrieta Valley Unified School District educates 22,700 students
from transitional kindergarten through high school with an excellent,
comprehensive academic program. Students participate in
highly acclaimed visual and performing arts programs, championship
interscholastic athletic programs and nationally recognized
student activities programs. The student-centered educational
program emphasizes a commitment to the academic success of
each and every student.
- MVUSD is one
of 11 public school districts in the State to receive the title of 2015 Honor Roll District. Seven district schools were also named 2015 CBEE Star Schools.
Valley, Vista Murrieta and Murrieta Mesa named America’s Best High Schools
by U. S. News & World Report
- MVUSD has twelve California Distinguished Schools, four California Gold Ribbon school and a Model Continuation High School
MVUSD is consistently one of the highest performing districts in Riverside County. High test scores, highly qualified teachers, staff dedicated to serving students and active parent and community involvement place Murrieta in the upper echelon of school districts.
The Murrieta Valley Unified School District is located in Murrieta, California on the southwestern edge of Riverside County. Murrieta is easily reached via the I-15 and I-215 freeways and is in close proximity to San Diego and Orange counties.
Grades K-5: 32:1
Grades 6-8: 32:1 for core academic subjects
Grades 9-12: 32:1 for core academic subjects
MVUSD students benefit from:
- A focus on connecting with students and building positive relationships with students, parents and community
- A student-centered educational program emphasizing basic curriculum and state-adopted standards
Class size reduction in kindergarten through 3rd grade
High school International Baccalaureate program
Dual-enrollment courses with Mt. San Jacinto Community College
Honors and Advanced Placement courses
Career Technical Education
Career pathways and internships
Gifted and Talented Education programs
Special education programs
Character building lessons that teach children to become trustworthy, respectful, responsible, fair, caring, and ethical citizens.
Alternative education programs and credit recovery opportunities
Extended learning opportunities during the summer and winter break for students in grades 2-1
Early childhood education programs and after-school student enrichment and child care program
Computers and wireless internet access in every classroom and lab
21st century technology used across the curriculum
Professional Learning Communities and staff development opportunities for teachers
Student peer groups in grades 6-12 provide counseling, support, tutoring and conflict management
D.A.R.E. programs teach students to resist the use of alcohol, drugs and gang involvement
Active parent and community involvement