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There will be no school for students on Monday, May 24th. The last day of school is May 28th. Have a great summer!
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About Us

The Lucerne Valley Unified School District, established in 1987, is a TK-12 school district located in the town of Lucerne Valley, California. Currently, we have over 840 students in our district and our enrollment has grown close to 25% since the end of the 2015-16 school year. LVUSD has an Elementary School, a Middle/High School, and Mountain View High School. The state preschool serves eligible students on the elementary campus. The elementary school has added a state of the art Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) lab called the Bud Biggs STEM lab. The Middle/High School is implementing the AVID program and the goal is to become AVID certified in the 2018-19 school year. We have expanded middle school sports programs and continue to offer C.I.F. sports at the high school. The Middle/High School has band, art, Cadet Corp, an expanded auto shop, and other career-focused classes. Our award-winning FFA program serves many of our high school students and teaches leadership and skills for our students to be successful. Our Elementary School offers electives, has a Drama Club, competes in Future City competitions, and recently attended the state meet again for Destination Imagination. Our schools provide many opportunities for our families of Lucerne Valley. We look forward to continuing to build programs for students. For more information on our schools please visit at sites.

News & Announcements

IN THE NEWS: Jordan Romero Reaches For the Mountaintops

Lucerne Valley Virtual Academy speaker Jordan Romero is featured in a Daily Press article. Jordan, a former Lucerne Valley Elementary student talks about how a mural at the school inspired him to climb Mt. Everest and the other Seven Summits of the world.
IN THE NEWS: Jordan Romero Reaches For the Mountaintops Featured Photo
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