Our Vision & Mission

  • The vision of the El Monte Union High School District is to cultivate and empower our students to be ethical, productive, successful and contributing members of our global society. The mission of the El Monte Union High School District is to:

    • Advocate, nurture and sustain a positive school culture through a challenging and rigorous, standards-based curriculum that promotes achievement for all students;
    • Ensure management of the organization, operations and resources for a safe, efficient and effective learning environment that is conducive to student learning and staff professional growth;
    • Collaborate with families and community members, respond to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilize community resources;
    • Model a personal and institutional code of ethics and develop professional leadership capacity

Announcements

  • Public Hearing for Entering into a Energy Service Agreement
    Please click here to view the Public Hearing Notice regarding EMUHSD entering into an Energy Service Agreement.

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  • Home School Interactive Map
    Are you new to the area & not sure which high school you will attend? Try our home school lookup tool click here.

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  • EveryoneOn Low Cost Technology
    Are you aware that you may be elgibile for low cost internet access and discount computers through the national Connect2Compete program? If you're interested in learning more about this great program, click here. 

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  • Local Control Accountability Plan
    EMUHSD is revising their Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2017-18 school year and beyond. This plan outlines priority areas of accountability for student success. To learn more about the plan, our goals, the funding allocations and more, navigate to the 
    LCAP 2017-2020 web page. 

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District News

  • El Monte Union Teacher Prep Academy Wins 2017 Golden Bell Award

    Since its inception in 2000, El Monte Union’s Teacher Preparation Academy (TPA) – a novel teaching program at Mountain View High School (MVHS) – has provided aspiring educators a pathway toward pursuing a teaching profession while boosting college-going rates, academic achievement and school attendance. Every week, 100 MVHS juniors and seniors in the TPA program make the trek to nearby Mountain View School District elementary and middle schools to tutor transitional kindergarten through eighth-grade students in arithmetic, phonics and sentence composition, providing one-on-one instruction while honing their teaching skills.

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  • El Monte Union Installs 21 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, 18 More Planned

    In partnership with Southern California Edison (SCE), the El Monte Union High School District has completed construction of seven charging stations at Rosemead, Arroyo and Mountain View high schools. The District has been approved to build 18 more charging stations at El Monte and South El Monte high schools as part of SCE’s Charge Ready program. Click story title for full details...

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  • El Monte Union Bolsters Career Tech Programs through Community Partnerships

    Two of El Monte’s longest-running businesses recently opened their doors to El Monte Union students interested in pursuing highly-skilled vocational employment, part of a series of field trips organized by El Monte Union’s Career Technical Education (CTE) division to offer students a real-life glimpse into the subjects they are studying. Longo Toyota and Precision Coil Spring – both in operation for over 50 years – provided students with tours of their facilities and reviewed the variety of high-paying technical and administrative positions available. Students also met with former El Monte Union students who are now employed by the companies, including a Ledesma High School graduate who started as a car wash valet and worked his way through the ranks to become Longo’s Used Car Service Manager. Click the story title for more...

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  • El Monte Union Engages Community with Newly Launched App, Facebook Page

    The El Monte Union High School District has launched a Facebook page and smartphone app with the latest news on activities and initiatives, taking important strides to improve electronic outreach and communication with the school community. The social media page is one of EMUHSD’s newest methods of disseminating important news to parents, teachers, staff and students. It will focus on student success stories, school and District achievements, news alerts and construction project updates. Click story title for full details...

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