Lakeside High School
32593 Riverside Drive
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
CEEB code: 053995
Main Office: (951) 253-7300
Main Office Fax: (951) 253-7335
Counseling Office: (951) 253-7300 ext 2005
Counseling/Registrar Fax: (951) 253-7338
Principal: Peter Hopping, Ed.D.
Assistant Principals: Jeff Glenn, David Drake, Ericka Rodriguez, Ed.D., Daniel Bosna
School Counselors: Aaron Nessman Sonya Jimenez, Valerie Geason, Suzette Rehrer, Heather Smalley
Colors: Dark Green, Vegas Gold, White
Motto: "Together we will R.I.S.E AND L.E.A.D"
RESPECT - INTEGRITY - SCHOLARSHIP - EFFORT
LEGACY - EXCELLENCE - ABILITY - DETERMINATION
Opened in the 2005-06 school year, Lakeside High School currently has an enrollment of approximately 1,850 students. It is one of three comprehensive high schools in the Lake Elsinore Unified School District, which is located approximately 65 miles southeast of Los Angeles in the western section of Riverside County.
Lakeside High School is a professional learning community staffed by teachers and support personnel who operate under the belief system of “students first” in all we do. Lakeside High School’s philosophical, educational, and cultural foundation was built on the principle that we will maintain a strong commitment in creating an environment that is dedicated to the development of excellence.
• Our STUDENTS will demonstrate honor and pride in themselves, their academics, the campus, and their community.
• Our STAFF will nourish lifelong learners by challenging and motivating each student to reach his/her intellectual and physical potential as well as to embrace the notion that he/she possesses unique and valuable qualities.
• Our SCHOOL and community will develop active partnerships and foster a positive environment through mutual support and involvement.
Lakeside High School graduates are required to earn a minimum of 220 credits, five for each semester class passed with a “D” or better.
• 40 credits of Language Arts
• 30 credits of Math
• 30 credits of Science
• 30 credits of Social Science, including: 10 credits of World History, 10 credits of U.S. History, and 10 credits of Government/Economics
• 10 credits of Visual/ Performing Arts, Foreign Language, or Career Technical
• 20 credits of Physical Education
• 5 credits of Health
• 55 elective credits
In addition, passing Algebra I and 20 hours of Community Service are required for graduation.
College Eligibility & Selection
Class of 2017 graduates who met or exceeded UC/CSU requirements: 42%
Class of 2017 graduation percentage: 94.6 %
College Admission Testing and Advanced Placement Statistics
SAT I 2014-15
Students who took test 285
Mean Critical Writing Score 455
Mean Reading Score 464
Mean Math Score 464
Students who took test 125
Mean Score 20
Advanced Placement 2014-15
% Students in AP classes taking test 65.4%
Number of students taking test 305
Tests Taken 553
Percentage Passed (Score of 3 or higher) 43.9 %
40.0% Master's degree plus 30 or more semester hours
25.0% Master's degree
36.0% Bachelor's degree plus 30 or more semester hours
.2% Bachelor's degree
0.0% Less than Bachelor's degree
Grading Calculation (GPA)
|A = EXCELLENT/90-100
|B = ABOVE AVERAGE/80-89
|C = AVERAGE/70-79
|D = PASSING/60-69
|F = FAIL/BELOW 60
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination)
• Recognized in 2011, 2014 and 2017 as a National Demonstration School.
• AVID serves 25 % of the total student body
• In 2017, 99% of AVID seniors were accepted to a 4 year University.
• 100% of all AVID seniors complete the college A-G requirements.
• All AVID students take at least one Advanced Placement class while in High School.
• Lakeside High School AVID is strongly supported by the AVID programs in the local middle schools.
• Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
• Production Management in Art, Media, and Entertainment
Advanced Placement, Honors & Dual Enrollment Courses
||MUSIC INTRO & APPRECIATION
||ENG 101 FRESHMAN COMP
||PE 110 PREVENTION AND CARE
||PE 115 FIRST AID AND CPR
70% Hispanic or Latino
0% Multiple/No Response
1.4% American Indian or Alaskan Native
1.7% Pacific Islander
78% Free and Reduced Lunch Program
6.59% English Learners
17.7% Students with disabilities
.01% Foster Youth