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American Society of Home Inspectors
The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), founded in 1976, is North America’s oldest and most respected professional society of home inspectors. ASHI’s goals have always been to build customer awareness of the importance of a quality home inspection and enhance the professionalism of home inspectors.

California Real Estate Inspection Association
The California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA) is a voluntary, nonprofit public-benefit organization of real estate inspectors. Founded in 1976, CREIA provides education, training and support services to its members and the real estate community. CREIA's Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice are recognized by the California Business and Professions Codes and are considered the standard of care by the real estate industry and legal profession in the state.

Checklist for Buying a House
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National Association of Realtors Magazine
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U.S. Census Bureau Web Site
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Beach California
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Bonsall Chamber of Commerce
Records show that Bonsall was originally known as "Mt. Fairview" and later as "Osgood," after the chief engineer who was in charge of the Southern California Railroad Survey Crew in the 1870s. A petition for a post office in 1889 recommended the names of "Reed," "Favorite," or Bonsall." Post office headquarters in Washington, DC chose the latter, the name of a retired Methodist minister, James Bonsall, who developed a fruit tree nursery in the area in 1889.

Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce
Carlsbad Chamber serves as the unified voice of business When the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce began in 1923, it was a good day if seven members showed up for a meeting. On March of this year, we had more than 500 people attend our Annual Business Awards Dinner at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa. With more than 1,600 member businesses employing 65,000 or more, the Carlsbad Chamber is the second largest chamber in San Diego County and the 10th largest in California. It truly is an influential force for the region’s business community.

Carlsbad, City of
City of Carlsbad.

Carlsbad, Visitors
Carlsbad, California - The Village By The Sea Known as "The Village by the Sea," the city of Carlsbad offers the charm of a European town with the conveniences of a large city. As you wander streets lined with antique stores, boutique shops and sidewalk cafes, you'll soon discover much more, including miles of coastline, beautiful flower gardens and world-class shopping. With a perfectly mild climate, each season offers a variety of unique events and activities, from street fairs to art walks. Steps away sit clean, uncrowded beaches for swimming, sunbathing and surfing as well as beautiful lagoons for fishing, bird-watching and nature trail hikes. Venture further to discover the unique destinations of LEGOLAND® California and SEA LIFE Aquarium or the nearby attractions of San Diego and Los Angeles. Having only 103,000 residents, the city Carlsbad has also been able to maintain it gorgeous open spaces, while providing a friendly small-town atmosphere and unmatched amenities. No matter what you choose to do on vacation, Carlsbad, California, promises to offer up special experiences and fun-filled memories that will last a lifetime.

Chula Vista, City of
Chula Vista is located at the center of one of the richest cultural, economic and environmentally diverse zones in the United States. It is the second-largest City in San Diego County with a population of nearly 250,000. Chula Vista boasts more than 50 square miles of coastal landscape, canyons, rolling hills, mountains, and a variety of natural resources and quality infrastructure. Established neighborhoods, contemporary communities, start-up firms, corporations, nationally recognized entertainment venues, the nation’s only warm-weather Olympic Training Center, an award winning nature center and a historic downtown all contribute to Chula Vista’s attraction for both families and businesses.

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Coronado Visitor Center
•Grab your swimsuit and sunscreen and come play at the silvery white sand beach, ranked best in the Nation. •Spend time browsing shops and boutiques. •Linger while dining at one of Coronado’s fabulous restaurants. •Let the breeze blow through your hair while biking around the beautiful neighborhoods or down the Silver Strand. •Catch a movie, show and attend unique events. •Learn about Coronado’s rich history, and enjoy art and culture. •Surf, paddle board or sail on our bays and beaches. •T-up for a round of golf or a game of tennis. •Enjoy one of the many great resorts, boutique hotels and inns.

Coronado, City of
The City of Coronado is a small beach community, with an island feel. Incorporated in 1890, Coronado has a rich history and exceptional community assets in a village atmosphere. Surrounded by the San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean, Coronado offers a unique lifestyle enjoyed by residents, and has also welcomed visitors from around the world for nearly 120 years.

Del Mar
In September 2013, the City Council authorized staff to redesign the City’s website. The website was designed by CivicPlus, a highly-recommended firm that specializes in government websites tailored to promote community engagement. CivicPlus has approximately 98 government customers in California including the cities of Brea, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Malibu, and San Jose.

El Cajon, City of
Welcome to the official website for the City of El Cajon. The information contained on this website is maintained by the City and is updated regularly to ensure that the most current information is available. It provides information about the City that will be of interest to residents, businesses, and persons interested in our community.

Encinitas, City of
Located along six miles of Pacific coastline in northern San Diego County, Encinitas has an approximate population of 60,000 and is characterized by coastal beaches, cliffs, flat-topped coastal areas, steep mesa bluffs and rolling hills. Our city was incorporated in 1986, drawing together the communities of New Encinitas, Old Encinitas, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Olivenhain and Leucadia.

Escondido, City of
Settled in a long valley in the coastal mountains of Southern California, Escondido, which means "hidden" in Spanish, lies about 18 miles inland, 100 miles south of Los Angeles, and 30 miles northeast of San Diego. Surrounded by avocado and citrus groves, Escondido is a diverse, vibrant community with just the right mix of small town friendliness and big-city buzz.

A short 18-mile drive from the Pacific Ocean, the greater Fallbrook area is well known for its gently rolling hills, lush groves, ancient oak trees, equestrian and walking trails, riparian areas, nature preserves, and Mediterranean climate.

Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce
There is a wealth of information available on our site to help you learn more about our chamber, the economic climate of our region and all the benefits of joining our organization. See how you can be apart of an organization that serves over 500 area businesses in Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow and surrounding areas. Browse around our site and you will see we have many opportunities for our members to meet and network with other business professionals at our weekly Fallbrook Area Networking meeting, our monthly "Sundowner", "SunUpper" and Lunch Mobnetworking event and our yearly Business Expo.

Imperial Beach
Welcome to the Official web site of the City of Imperial Beach, the most southwesterly city in the continental United States. Flanked by the Pacific Ocean and South San Diego Bay, our town is nestled between miles of uncrowded beaches, big surf and unparalleled open space and wetlands teeming with wildlife. Because this town is one of the last untouched beach towns in Southern California, we are known as Classic Southern California. There is much to see and do in Imperial Beach from swimming or surfing at the beach, to a walking tour of public art, to a nature walk and bird watching experience at the world-renowned Tijuana Estuary or to simply relax and enjoy our beautiful sunsets.

La Jolla
From world-class shopping to one-of-a-kind dining. Shimmering ocean views to timeless landmarks. Beach culture to high culture. Each day, there's a new experience waiting for you. Welcome to La Jolla. Take it in. The jewel of Southern California sparkles in vacation sunshine year-round. Visit first class sights and attractions throughout the village and around the cove. Stay in gorgeous houses and luxurious hotels. Indulge in all the beauty that's here, only a few minutes from downtown San Diego.

La Jolla
La Jolla in Spanish means "The Jewel". It is the Jewel of America's finest city, San Diego. La Jolla is located 15 minutes from downtown San Diego. It has wonderful beaches, cultural activities and fine restaurants. La Jolla is an exquisite combination of a southern European resort atmosphere and Southern California fun. While La Jolla is known to be one of the most affluent communities in the United States, it has a down to earth feel due to the beautiful natural scenery and the helpfulness of its residents. Moreover, in addition to fine restaurants, beautiful beaches, hotels and art galleries, La Jolla is home to renowned institutions, such as the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Stephen Birch Aquarium & Museum. This is in addition to the University of California, San Diego. Furthermore, La Jolla is home to many Bio-Tech and software companies. In short, La Jolla is a great place to live in, visit, or do business.

La Mesa, City of
Centrally located in the rolling hills of San Diego County, La Mesa is known as the Jewel of the Hills. A near perfect climate, tree-lined streets, walkable neighborhoods, easy access to retail and commercial areas, and a quaint downtown village make La Mesa a highly desirable community in which to live and work.

Lemon Grove
The community was settled in 1869 by its first known permanent resident, sheep rancher Robert Allison. From the 1860s to 1900 the area was known for sheep and poultry ranching and vegetable crops. In the early 1900s the community acquired its name when large citrus groves were planted and lemon and orange growing and shipping became the area's major industry. By World War II, most of the citrus groves had disappeared and suburbanization had begun. By 1960, most of the easily developable land was gone. Lemon Grove was incorporated as a general law city in 1977. Now, approximately 26,000 people live in established neighborhoods including single-family homes, condominiums, and apartment buildings. Municipal parks provide recreational opportunities, and schools and churches are scattered throughout the city.

National City
National City is located 5 miles south of downtown San Diego, on San Diego Bay in southern San Diego County, and 10 miles north of Baja California, Mexico. The City is bordered by San Diego to the north and east, Chula Vista to the south, the unincorporated areas of Lincoln Acres and Bonita to the south and southeast, and San Diego Bay to the west. The City is centrally located, within 20 minutes travel time of over 1.4 million people. This accessibility is comparable to Downtown San Diego's.

Oceanside Chamber of Commerce
The Oceanside Chamber is one of the leading business organizations in San Diego County. Signature events include Oceanside Harbor Days, Armed Forces Day Operation Appreciation, Oceanside Business Expo and the North County Health Fair.

Oceanside, City of
Oceanside, California, is the northern most city in San Diego County centrally located between Los Angeles and San Diego. With 3.5 miles of beach, a 1,000 boat slip harbor, the largest of the California missions and several regional museums, Oceanside offers year-round perfect weather and easy access to all of Southern California attractions. Oceanside is committed to providing great services to the residents, visitors, and the business community.

Oceanside, Visitors
San Diego’s North Shore, Oceanside is a classic California beach community with its warm sandy beaches, historic wooden pier and Cape Cod-style harbor village complete with unlimited water sports and recreation. Offering a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle, visitors still experience the casual spirit that made Southern California’s beach culture legendary. The Gateway to San Diego, Oceanside is also central to Southern California’s famous attractions including LEGOLAND California, SeaWorld, Disneyland, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. With its year round sunny climate, and average temperature of 70 degrees, Oceanside’s weather has been rated by USA Today as the second most ideal climate in the United States, and the fifth most ideal weather in the world.

Poway, City of
The City of Poway incorporated in December 1980 as a full-service, general law City and operates under the Council/Manager form of government. Poway, with a population of approximately 48,382 residents, is a unique community in San Diego County. Located in northeast San Diego County, Poway is known as “The City in the Country” and prides itself on the fact that over half of the City’s 39.4 square-mile area is preserved as dedicated open space. The community offers a diverse range of housing options, an outstanding school district, a thriving business park with over 19,000 jobs, a broad range of dining and shopping opportunities, beautiful parks, over 55 miles of trails, 50 community events each year, and more. Poway is a great place to live, work, and play! •Poway is strategically located in the center of San Diego County. •Convenient freeway access to Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange Counties, as well as Mexico. •Lowest overall crime rates of the cities in San Diego County since 1981, and one of the overall lowest in the state.

San Diego
San Diego, the eighth largest city in the country, is often referred to as “America’s Finest City” and for good reason! Known for its great hotels and accommodations, beautiful weather, pristine beaches, friendly people and a plethora of entertainment, San Diego is a favorite travel destination for visitors across the globe. This great city has a huge variety of attractions with wonderful hotels in exactly the right locations. Plan a trip based on the things to do here that interest you the most, and you'll be sure to find a hotel that perfectly suits your itinerary! Lucky San Diego locals can enjoy all the city has to offer on a daily basis by catching a sunset surf at one of the many surf-friendly beaches in the area, or taking a ride on the famous roller coaster, The Giant Dipper, in Belmont Park. San Diego locals live where others vacation and it shows on the faces of residents who take great pride in their gorgeous city. For non-locals who want a taste of beautiful San Diego, or locals looking for the perfect hotel for a stay-cation, is your travel guide to everything you need to know about the area. From San Diego hotels to the wide range of attractions and local events, has you covered in your favorite city.

San Diego Convention Center
Located on the harbor in downtown San Diego, the San Diego Convention Center is the premier meeting and conference facility for the region.

San Diego Magazine
San Diego Magazine gives readers the insider information they need to experience the Best of San Diego® — from the best places to dine and travel to the style, businesses, and people that shape the region. This is the magazine for San Diegans with a need to know.

San Diego Tourism Authority
The San Diego Tourism Authority mission is to drive visitor demand to economically benefit the San Diego region. Tourism is the second largest segment of San Diego's economy and employs approximately 160,000 people. The San Diego Tourism Authority is a private, non-profit, mutual benefit corporation composed of approximately 1,100 member organizations, businesses, local governments, and individuals seeking a better community through the visitor industry. San Diego Tourism Authority members include tourism-related entities in such categories as lodging, dining, arts & attractions, shopping, and transportation, among others, as well as other companies indirectly involved in tourism. As a sales and marketing organization, the main objective of the San Diego Tourism Authority is to promote and market the San Diego region as a preferred vacation and meeting destination. The San Diego Tourism Authority also represents and supports the interests of the visitor industry as a whole. The majority of funding received by the San Diego Tourism Authority is derived from San Diego Tourism Marketing District Assessment Funds. Lodging business in the District raise these funds through self-assessments for the purpose of promoting tourism in the San Diego region. The San Diego Tourism Authority also receives financial support from member dues and promotional assistance from the membership through donated in-kind services. The San Diego Tourism Authority employs a staff of approximately 62 people. The San Diego Tourism Authority also benefits from a large group of dedicated volunteers who assist visitors throughout the region at three Visitor Centers operated by authority.

San Diego, City of
With its great weather, miles of sandy beaches, and major attractions, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best tourist destinations. San Diego is also a location for cutting-edge businesses for telecommunications, biotechnology, software, electronics, and other major industries. Here's why San Diego is a great place to live and work: •The City of San Diego was rated the fifth-best place to live in the United States in by MONEY Magazine in 2006. •San Diego is renowned for its idyllic climate, 70 miles of pristine beaches and a dazzling array of world-class family attractions. Popular attractions include the world-famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Sea World San Diego and LEGOLAND California. Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the U.S., is home to 15 museums, numerous art galleries, beautiful gardens, the Tony Award-winning The Globe Theatres and the world-famous San Diego Zoo. •The city of San Diego lies in the southwest corner of California, 120 miles (193 km) south of the city of Los Angeles and 20 miles (32 km) north of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Elevation ranges from sea level to 1,591 feet. •The City's 1.38 million residents make it the eighth largest city in the country and the second largest in California. Yet San Diego has a comfortable, small town atmosphere. •The median age of San Diego's population is 35.6, with over one-quarter under the age of 20 and only 11% over 65. •41.3% of San Diego's talented workforce over the age of 25 has at least a bachelor's degree. •In December of 2010, there were 696,100 people in the local labor force, with 626,100 employed. The unemployment rate was 10.1%. •Median Household Income (in 2009 dollars) is $70,149. •The largest industries by number of workers in 2009 were Professional, Scientific, and Technical services; Educational Services, and Health care and Social Assistance.

San Diego, County of
County of San Diego.

San Marcos Chamber of Commerce
The San Marcos Chamber of Commerce is a private, voluntary, non-profit – 501(c)(6) – business organization dedicated to improving the economic environment of a community and fostering the development of business growth and prosperity. Today’s chamber of commerce focuses its efforts on four major areas: •Economic development •Community development •Public policy •Membership services This corporation of voluntary membership invests time and money to carry forward programs that are relevant to members’ needs and which affect the orderly growth and development of the community. It is the catalytic agency that brings together all of the forces, both public and private, through which common goals can be resolved.

San Marcos, City of
The mission of the City of San Marcos is to improve the quality of life of those who live, work or visit San Marcos by providing a safe family atmosphere that is rich and diverse in cultural and natural resources and promotes economic and educational opportunities.

Santee, City of
Santee, incorporated December 1980, is entering its 32nd year as a municipality. With a population of 54,700 and located in eastern San Diego County, Santee is the eleventh largest of San Diego County's 18 cities. With approximately half of its land undeveloped, Santee is one of the few cities in the county with space to grow.

Solana Beach
The charming, seaside community of Solana Beach is nestled along the northern coast of San Diego County, and is approximately a 30 minute drive from downtown San Diego. Its main access routes include Interstate 5, Highway 101, Lomas Santa Fe Drive, and Via de la Valle. The City is home to a vibrant train station that serves both Amtrak and the Coaster, one of only three in San Diego County.

Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce
The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to Solana Beach. Our seaside city, nestled along the northern coast of San Diego County, offers residents and visitors alike the perfect small-town atmosphere in which to work, play and raise a family.

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American Society of Appraisers
The American Society of Appraisers is a multi-discipline, non-profit, international organization of professional appraisers representing all appraisal disciplines: Appraisal Review and Management, Business Valuation, Gems and Jewelry, Machinery and Technical Specialties, Personal Property and Real Property. Our mission is to foster the public trust of our members and the appraisal profession through compliance with the highest levels of ethical and professional standards.

Appraisal Institute
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the Appraisal Institute and its predecessor organizations have been at the forefront of the real estate appraisal profession for more than 60 years.

California Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers
California Bureau of Real Estate Appraisers

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National Association of Real Estate Appraisers
Founded in 1966, the National Association of Real Estate Appraisers (NAREA) is an organization of highly qualified real estate professionals. It is one of the largest professional associations in the America, with members in all 50 states. Many are expert witnesses, review appraisers, educators and published authors.

NMLS (Verify a mortgage company)
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Bonsall Unified School District
Bonsall Unified School District.

California State University, San marcos
Founded in 1989, California State University San Marcos is a new kind of university — the 20th campus to be established in the 23-campus CSU system. Today, more than 10,000 students attend our 304-acre, state-of-the-art main campus, which is nestled in the foothills of San Marcos, California (northern San Diego County). We are a dynamic, community engaged university dedicated to teaching future generations via hands-on experiences, cutting-edge science and computer labs, and relevant coursework with a global perspective.

Cuyamaca College
Since 1978, Cuyamaca College has provided a solid education to students, whether they’re beginning their university degree at Cuyamaca, returning to school to launch a career or to acquire new skills or enrolling in an innovative occupational program. With its vision of “Learning for the Future,” Cuyamaca College offers a wide scope of challenging courses, from drafting technology and child development to paralegal training, campus sceneryfrom computer and information science or ornamental horticulture to automotive technology. With 49 degree programs and 46 certificates offered at Cuyamaca College, learning opportunities abound under the tutelage of highly-qualified, dynamic instructors imbued with a love of teaching.

Encinitas Union School District
Encinitas Union School District.

Escondido Union School District
Escondido Union School District.
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Great Schools - San Diego
Our mission is to inspire and support families to champion their children's education - at school, at home and in their community.

Grossmont College
In its physical layout, and in the philosophy that guides us, Grossmont College is an academic village. The buildings on our 135-acre campus are arranged, clockwise from Building 10 all the way around the campus back to Building 62, in a quadrangle surrounding the Learning Resource Center Building 70 and a central quad area. The central Learning Resource Center is surrounded by two buildings housing other important services you are likely to utilize during your stay with us. These are the Student Services and Administration Building 10 near the main entrance to campus, and Griffin Center Building 60 a short walk away.

Grossmont Union High School District
The Grossmont Union High School District provides education to students in grades 9-12 and is located in the eastern portion of San Diego County. The District was established in 1920 and encompasses an area of approximately 465 square miles, including all of the cities of El Cajon, Santee and Lemon Grove, most of the city of La Mesa, a small portion of the city of San Diego, and the unincorporated areas of Alpine, Dulzura, Jamul, Lakeside, and Spring Valley. The Grossmont Union High School District consists of nine comprehensive high schools, two charter schools, one continuation high school, two alternative education sites, four special education facilities, a middle college high school program, a Regional Occupational Program (ROP) and an adult education program. Over 24,000 students attend the District’s schools. Approximately 53 percent of the high school students are white and 47 percent come from Latino, African-American, Asian, Filipino, Pacific Islander, and Native American backgrounds. The 2,300 full-time employees in the District, combined with hundreds of hourly employees, make the District the largest employer in the East County. The Grossmont Union High School provides a quality educational program for its students and has a reputation for excellence in education throughout the state. Over the past several years, District high schools have received several “Golden Bell” awards from the California School Board Association exemplifying outstanding curricular programs. Over the course of the past four years, more than 70 percent of the District’s graduating seniors attend community college or a four-year college/university.

Lemon Grove School District
Lemon Grove School District.

Mira Costa College
With an average class size of about 30 to 45, MiraCosta students rave about their professors and the personal attention they receive.

Oceanside Unified School District
Oceanside Unified School District.

Palomar Community College
Palomar College is a public two-year community college. The Palomar campus is located in San Marcos, California, approximately 30 miles north of San Diego. Palomar enrolls approximately 30,000 full-time and part-time students. Residents of California are charged only $46 per unit. At Palomar, students may choose from over 200 associate degree and certificate programs, complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree, or enjoy personal enrichment classes for lifelong learning.

Poway Unified School District
Poway Unified School District.

San Diego City College
San Diego City College is a public, two-year community college administered by the San Diego Community College District. Serving as the educational cornerstone of downtown San Diego, the college offers more than 100 majors, 100 certificate programs and 1,500 classes each semester to 18,000 students. City College will celebrate its 100th Anniversary in 2014.

San Diego Community College District
The San Diego Community College District is a multicultural institution with diverse colleges and continuing education sites and varied priorities. However, we are bound together as an operational unit by a philosophical base of shared values and a shared vision of the future. We share the twin ideals of access and excellence. We are an institution which responds to the unique needs of local communities and student populations. We share an important role as a builder of communities from the classroom to the campus and beyond to the larger components of society. To these ends, teaching and learning are our highest priorities. Today we share the aspirations of our community as we move toward the 21st century.

San Diego County Office of Education
The San Diego County Office of Education provides a variety of services for the 42 school districts and five community college districts in the county. We support 769​ schools and 499,850 students, including the 12,000 children we educate each year through our Juvenile Court and Community Schools. Services we provide to school districts range from district and school improvement to budget approval and monitoring.

San Diego Mesa College
As one of the largest and most successful of California's 110 community colleges, and as the largest college in the San Diego Community College District, Mesa College takes pride in its high academic standards, its excellent programs and services, and its personal approach to helping each individual student succeed. At Mesa College, students will find a wide and diverse array of courses and programs leading to the A.A. or A.S. degree in both academic and vocational subjects, as well as programs leading to occupational certificates. Students may also pursue programs of general interest. Because of the college's comprehensive offerings, its excellent programs, its uniquely talented faculty, and its support services, Mesa College enjoys one of the highest student transfer rates in California. Mesa College students excel when they transfer to the University of California and California State University campuses as well as other four-year institutions. Students completing vocational programs have similar success when they enter employment situations.

San Diego Miramar College
San Diego Miramar College, located on 120 acres in the fast-growing Mira Mesa/Scripps ranch suburban area of San Diego along the I-15 corridor, opened as a training facility for San Diego's law enforcement personnel and firefighters in 1969. Today, Miramar College offers over 120 certificates, associate degrees, and comprehensive transfer programs to students transferring to University of California, California State Universities and private universities. Each semester, around 13,000 students of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds attend Miramar College classes. Partnerships local industry and the City and County of San Diego prepare students for high demand and well-paying careers in the highly competitive labor market, including biotechnology, paralegal (ABA approved), aviation (FAA-certified), automotive, diesel, and alternative fuels technologies.

San Diego State University
San Diego State University is the oldest and largest higher education institution in the San Diego region. Since its founding in 1897, the university has grown to become a leading public research university. Each year, SDSU provides more than 35,000 students with the opportunity to participate in an academic curriculum distinguished by direct contact with faculty and an increasing international emphasis that prepares them for a global future.

San Diego Unified School District
San Diego Unified School District.

San Marcos Unified School District
San Marcos Unified School District.

Santee School District
Santee School District.

Solana Beach School District
It is our privilege to welcome you to the Solana Beach School District. Nestled on the north coast of San Diego, the District's enrollment is approximately 3,000 students in grades pre K-6. Founded in 1925, the District serves communities in the City of Solana Beach, Carmel Valley, Fairbanks Ranch, and Rancho Santa Fe. The District has a long-standing tradition of academic success coupled with innovative, experiential learning opportunities designed to maximize learning for each student. Currently, the District has six K-6 elementary schools and a Child Development Center with programs for toddler, preschool, before and after school support and services. The elementary schools are: Solana Vista (K-3); Skyline (4-6 and the K-6 Global Education Program); Solana Santa Fe (K-6); Carmel Creek (K-4); Solana Highlands (K-4); and Solana Pacific (5-6). The District's seventh school, Solana Ranch School, is under construction and will begin serving students in the 2014-15 school year.

Southwestern College
Southwestern College.

University California, San Diego
UC San Diego is an academic powerhouse and economic engine, recognized as one of the top 10 public universities by U.S. News and World Report. Innovation is central to who we are and what we do. Here, students learn that knowledge isn’t just acquired in the classroom—life is their laboratory.

University of San Diego
As a nationally ranked Catholic university, the University of San Diego is dedicated to preparing ethical and compassionate leaders inspired to create lasting social change in our global society.

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