San Dieguito (Calif.) district plans new middle school

April 30, 2013
New campus will relieve enrollment pressure at Carmel Valley Middle School.

The San Dieguito (Calif.) Union High School District is planning a new middle school in the Carmel Valley area. The San Diego Union-Tribune says the school will open in phases, beginning with a 500-seat, two-story classroom building in August 2015. A cafeteria, media center and administrative building will be added the following year. A second 500-seat classroom building could be added in 2021 if needed. When the new campus opens, it will accommodate about 500 of the 1,500 students now at Carmel Valley Middle School.

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