Heritage High School

The Perris Unified School District has figured out which kids will have to attend the new Heritage High School, located on Hwy 74, in Romola...

The Perris Unified School District has figured out which kids will have to attend the new Heritage High School, located on Hwy 74, in Romoland.

If you live in Menifee, on the eastern side of I-215, north of Craig Road, you'll have to send your kids there. This is starting next season.

The Press Enterprise has an article on this, and a map showing the boundaries (outline in red)...

http://www.pe.com/localnews/hemet/stories/PE_News_Local_H_bound22.1b76376.html

Unfortunately, the Press Enterprise requires people to establish an account with them to read the article online. The good news is that it's free.

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  1. This is quite a concern. I am really worried about the new high school. So far I haven't heard anything positive. Can anyone suggest a private school in the area. I am new to the community and there isn't much that Menifee offers in private schools.

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  2. I am concerned also. I am putting my house up for sale today. Perris and Romoland are arm pits and this will only drive our home prices lower!

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  3. Good luck on selling your home. Because nothing is selling here.

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  4. It's Craig Ave. (well, at least the part East of Hwy 215.)

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  5. Does anybody know if the students who live on the north side of Craig Ave (the actual street itself) will have to attend Paloma or Heritage high schools? Hard to tell since it is the actual boundry. Thanks!

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  6. "Perris and Romoland are arm pits and this will only drive our home prices lower!"

    Ummm - yeah, and Menifee is the gem of California?

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  7. I have 3 sons (18, 16, 14). My oldest graduated from Paloma Valley last June. He's a great kid, but still managed to have some trouble at PVHS regarding BAD ELEMENTS that attend the school and cause much havoc. My middle son is now Home schooled. He literally begged me to get him out of PVHS because of all the problems that exist with gangs and white supremists (sp)gangs. He was failing most subjects and his now a straight A student. My youngest is ready to be a freshman this August and we just found out that he will attend Heritage HS. I didn't even know it even exsisted until I saw this posting. I am very concerned. He wants to have the HS experience with his other peers and I can't blame him for that, but at what price?? It is hard for us of another generation to understand how different the HS experience can be for our kids. Nothing good has come from the Perris SD so far, so it doesn't give me much hope. It is amazing the number of students who are now being home schooled. In fact PVHS encourages parents to disenroll them because they need the space for incoming students. It's a sad situation for sure.

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  8. If Paloma High becomes part of the Menifee unified instead of Perris unified, how does that affect Heritage High? I know there are talks about hopefully Paloma Valley becoming part of Menifee unified. Would Menifee residents be able to go to Paloma Valley. Does anyone know?

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  9. Having been in the Menifee Lakes area for the past 17 years I can understand some of the comments made regarding Paloma. Believe me, it has had a bad reputation for a very long time - and it has mostly been earned. Will a brand new school be any better? Just because it's new doesn't make it better. It's the element that make it what it is. In this case, the students. Funny that the white supremacists were brought up. This area has suffered from that group since the Metzger days in Fallbrook back in the 80's and even before. This area isn't the only one feeling their wrath. The dangerous movement has grown exponentially over the past decade. Now, Perris has it's reputation for good reason - just read the newsclips. However, Romoland has been badly stereotyped without good reason. It's rural, but growing. Has anybody seen the beautiful Heritage Lake community? If that isn't a great start in the right direction, I don't know what unreasonably high standards you're living by. With this in mind, Heritage will hold a big bulk of the students from the Heritage Lake area as well as the developments off Menifee Road and Palomar. These are not "trailer trash", crop-pickers, or white supremacists. I hate to see a school dis'd before it even opens.

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  10. You are right. Thank you! I have done a little more research and I heard that the new high school is a state of the art school. There are many families who have moved from many different areas and who care about their children and who have great values. I have met many families that want just the same thing as everyone else. I have met many people who have moved here so that they can have a better life and that includes staying home with their kids and being involved. Our community is growing and I think for the better. It is nice to hear something positive.

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  11. It is good to read the positive comments. Thank You !! I am going to stay positive, hopeful and involved in the opening of HHS.
    These last 2 bloggers made some good points and I personally appreciate them.
    We love Menifee Lakes and we have made it our home for the last 16 years.

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