• EUHSD Graduates With enrollment reaching over 7700 students each day during the school year, the Escondido Union High School District takes pride in providing a well balanced academic lifestyle that can lead to a strong backbone to future achievement after graduation.   

    Effective communication helps bring effective education, a social relationship that creates areas for success. Through the emergence of various social media utilities, schools must be able to manage the flow of information, finding ways to creatively inform the public of district happenings. The need to develop and implement cohesive communication initiatives will ensure that the family and the community at large is informed and kept up to date on school activities, achievement indicators and updated policies. Connecting with the community, EUHSD hopes to build, maintain, and strengthen our bond with students, parents, teachers, administrators, as well as our fellow neighbors within the community.

    Responsible for the internal and external communications within the district, the Community Relations department strives hard to share the latest district news with the region as well as building partnerships with local organizations.  

  • Karyl O'Brien

    Karyl O'Brien

    Community Relations Coordinator
    302 N. Midway Drive
    Escondido CA, 92027

    Good luck to the graduates of EUHSD (Escondido High School, Orange Glen High School, San Pasqual High School & Valley High School).

    Posted by Escondido Union High School District on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

    Stay Connected with EUHSD  

    • Escondido Union High School District Facebook   Twitter  
    • Escondido High School Facebook   Twitter
    • Orange Glen High School Facebook
    • San Pasqual High School Facebook
    • Del Lago Academy, Campus of Applied Science Facebook   Twitter  You-Tube    
    • Valley High School Facebook
    • Escondido Adult School Facebook

    “Jump Aboard 2015” brought over 1800 current eighth-grade students on 45 buses to the campuses of Escondido, Orange Glen and San Pasqual High Schools on January 27th and 28th. Led by ASB members and other student volunteers, the potential EUHSD students visited culinary arts, wood shop, robotics, agriculture, auto, journalism, dance, drama, music, along with many other programs on each site. In addition, students learned firsthand about AVID, the after school programs, support services and unique opportunities in which they can participate.

Last Modified on April 19, 2017