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Citrus Hill High School

Citrus Hill High School

18150 Wood Rd, Perris (CA), 92570, United States

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(951) 490-0400

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Description Citrus Hill High School is a secondary public co-ed school serving students of Moreno Valley, Perris and Riverside in the Val Verde Unified School District.HistoryCitrus Hill High School opened on August 18, 2005 with 651 enrollees grades 9-10. Citrus Hill High School (CHHS) is located on 60 acres in the unincorporated area of Perris in the County of Riverside, approximately nine miles southwest of Moreno Valley and three miles southeast of Riverside. The community in which CHHS is located consists of primarily rural, residential community with some commercial and retail service businesses. The immediate area consists of single family homes and ranch style properties. The school name refers to the former orange groves. The school now serves approximately 2,200 students. It also serves 146 special education enrollees. Students' families are largely nuclear families in the lower to middle socio-economic range. The most recent demographic data shows Citrus Hill High School has an ethnically-diverse population, with 73% of students Hispanic, 14% African-American, and 10% White. The remaining 3% includes Native American, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Filipino students. About 17% of the students are English Learners, and 67% qualify for free or reduced lunch.CampusCitrus Hill students begin their day at 7:30 a.m., complete with six (possibly seven) periods of instruction, and end their day at 2:39 or 3:40 p.m. (end time for seventh period). The school year is divided into two 18-week semesters. Successful completion of each course earns five credits per semester. Academic class size has a maximum enrollment of 33 students per class or a maximum of 165 students per day. Citrus Hill High School provides students with a variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Currently, there are nearly two dozen academic support/co-curricular clubs active on camps along with sixteen cultural and service clubs which provide students with a large selection of choices for extr

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