Coronado Schools Foundation 201 6th St, Coronado, CA92118 Coronado Schools Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps raise funds for the Coronado Unified School…More District for times when government funding is inadequate. These funds go toward materials, equipment, salaries and programs for a higher quality of education and to maintain arts, music and culinary programs, as well as multimedia resources, and science, math and engineering programs. Donations are accepted throughout the year, and the foundation hosts an annual telethon, an auction and other events, as well. An annual Site Strategic Planning Meeting with students, teachers, parents and administrators is held to discuss how the funds should be used. An annual report, a calendar of upcoming fundraising events, and donation and partnership information is available on the website.
The Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) is a high school for the performing and creative arts. It's a "school within a…More school" located on the campus of Coronado High School. The program offers students with passion and talent an opportunity to hone their skills further through an intensive arts curriculum, which adds an extra two hours of classes to their daily academic schedule. The conservatory-style instruction includes: instrumental music, musical theater/drama, technical theater, classical and contemporary dance and visual art. CoSA also has a Digital Media and Filmmaking Department. In addition to their coursework, students perform in various concerts, productions and exhibitions throughout the year. As a result of its success, California has recognized CoSA as a demonstration site for the state.
Admission is open to students throughout San Diego County, and admission is granted by application and/or recommendation only.
Coronado Middle School 550 F Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Coronado Middle School opened its doors in August 2001. Since then, it has been repeatedly ranked in the top 10% of…More middle schools, according to the state's Academic Performance Index (API). The school serves about 700 students in grades 6 through 8, and it shares its state-of-the-art athletic facilities with the nearby high school. CMS strives to provide an optimal learning environment for its students. Its classrooms are equipped with the latest technology and a wireless network runs throughout the campus. The school also participates in a voluntary laptop program, which allows students to bring their personal computers to school.
Known for its rigorous academic standards, the local high school serves about 1,100 students in grades 9 – 12.…More CHS is fully accredited by the State of California and is a California Distinguished School, a National Blue Ribbon School and a New American High School. The school was founded in 1922, and its most recent set of renovations was completed in 2006.
In 2009, CHS scored higher than any other comprehensive high school in the county, according to the state's Academic Performance Index (API).
In addition, thanks to the support of the community and local nonprofits, the school runs a full athletic program, with state-of-the-art football, baseball, tennis and aquatic facilities. There is also a resident School of the Arts (CoSA) located on campus.