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Park Village Elementary School - San Diego, CA

Students Studying Ecosystems in the Science Lab

Students Studying Ecosystems in the Science Lab

Located in North San Diego County, Park Village Elementary School is one of twenty-five elementary schools in the Poway Unified School District. Park Village has been recognized as a California Business for Excellence Foundation honoree in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2016 and 2018, National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence for 2000-2001, and a California Distinguished School in 2000, 2012, and 2018. The teachers, staff and families of Park Village share a remarkable enthusiasm for educating our children. Our school provides specialized instruction for second language learners as well as four Autism Spectrum Disorder classrooms ranging from preschool to grade five. Park Village is committed to providing a nurturing and inspiring educational program for all of our students in order to empower them to become world-class learners.

Our program not only includes an emphasis on academics, but also the development of a strong self esteem, an appreciation of the fine arts, an interest in science and an understanding of technology as a 21st century learning and communication tool. Communication and collaboration are key elements to the success of our school. Partnership with our families provides many opportunities to serve in classrooms, on our PTA and Foundation boards, School Site Council, and through many of the campus enrichment programs such as Lego Robotics, our Learning Garden, Science Nights, assemblies and programs. Our teachers and staff make up an exceptional professional learning community focused on the success of all of our children.

Park Village Elementary School

7930 Park Village Road
San Diego, CA, 92129-3781

(858) 484-5621

Mr. Michael D Mosgrove, Principal at time of Nomination

Poway Unified School District

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Our mission is to provide differentiated instruction for all students so that every student will have the necessary skills for school success.

Student Demographics

  • Black/African American: 1%
  • White: 28%
  • Hispanic: 8%
  • Asian: 47%
  • Two or more races: 16%