The City of Temecula celebrated our 25th anniversary of incorporation on December 1, 2014, yet the valley has been inhabited for thousands of years. We are both a very old community and a large, energetic city filled with exciting opportunities. Temecula as a city values our small town feel and community involvement, which has at its heart an appreciation for our history and culture. Even our City slogan “Old Traditions, New Opportunities” reflects this appreciation.
The Temecula Valley Unified School District serves roughly 28,468 students and has about 2,600 employees. The district stretches over 148 square miles from the San Diego County line in the south to Highway 79 and Winchester Road in the north and east to Vail Lake.
The general boundaries for Temecula Unified School District extend to Baxter Road in French Valley, South to Riverside County, East to Vail Lake and West to the Temecula City limit.