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La Costa Heights, part of Encinitas Union School District, has been closed for on campus learning since Monday, March 16th due to COVID-19. This closure includes ASPIRE and all before- and after-school care and programming.

School continued in the virtual world throughout the spring of 2020!

It remains unclear what the fall of 2020 will bring for LCH. All communications on these topics from Principal Kay and EUSD are included below.

California Department of Education Gold Ribbon award and California Distinguished School award

La Costa Heights Elementary School is a

-2020 California Civics Award of Excellence Recipient
-2019 Leader in Me Lighthouse School
-2019 California Civics Award of Distinction Recipient
-2018 California Civics Award of Merit Recipient
-2016 California Gold Ribbon School
-2014 California Distinguished School

We support approximately 700 student leaders in grades kindergarten through six.

Teachers and staff are dedicated to ensuring the academic success of every student and providing a safe and productive learning experience. The school has developed educational programs designed to provide the skills and tools necessary for students to explore their creativity while developing a strong educational base.

The dedication of La Costa Heights Elementary School’s staff, parents, and community to their students has resulted in the school’s proud successes.

Beginning in the 2014 school year, LCH started implementing The Leader in Me program based on The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. You can read more here:

La Costa Heights… Where we are inspiring learners and empowering leaders!

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