Momentum Tutoring 9500 Cuyamaca St, Santee, CA92071 Momentum Tutoring is a non-profit association that provides tutoring for students of all grade levels and abilities,…More helping them work to their potential in a supportive and nurturing environment. Homework clinics, private tutoring, educational consultation and summer programs are available, as are tutoring programs for students with special needs. Grants and donations to Momentum Tutoring allow them to provide financial assistance and "scholarships" to those who would otherwise not be able to afford tutoring services.
The Santee Teen Center is a safe place for teens aged 12 to 17 or grades 6 to 12 to go after school. It is situated…More right next to Lake 5 of the Santee Lakes.
The center offers a game room, computer center, kitchen and lots of outdoor space for different activities. There is street parking and a pathway opening into the Santee Lakes recreation area, so you don't have to pay the entrance fee. Annual membership is $20 for Santee residents and $30 for non-residents, or $3 per day.
Cajon Park Elementary School teaches Kindergarten through Eighth grade in the …More href="http://www.santeesd.net/santee/site/default.asp">Santee School District. It received an Academic Performance Index score of 869 in 2009, with a statewide target of 800.
According to the school's website, "Cajon Park's mission is to challenge each individual student to reach his/her highest potential by recognizing and stimulating individual abilities and providing the basic knowledge and skills for achieving grade level learning standards."
In 2008-09, the school budgeted $4,187 of unrestricted funds per student (compared with $4,339 per student in the district and $5,512 in the state).
The average teacher salary was $72,008, compared with $71,823 in the district and $67,082 in the state.
The school consisted of 71 percent white, and 9 percent Hispanic students in 2008-09. Additionally, 25 percent of students were categorized as socioeconomically disadvantaged; 5 percent as English learners; 12 percent were listed as having disabilities.
As of 2008-09 the teaching faculty included 44 full-time classroom teachers.
West Hills High School teaches grades nine to twelve in the Grossmont…More Union High School District. It received an Academic Performance Index score of 774 in 2009, with a statewide target of 800.
The 76 acre sprawling campus is adjacent to West Hills Park and Mission Trails Regional Park and is home to a bright blue football field, tennis courts, baseball fields, a 500-plus seating capacity theater and an amphitheater.
It emphasizes an academics first culture according to the "West Hills Way," and offers students a library, computer labs, AP/Honors, a music program, many clubs and more.
School athletic teams include basketball, football, cross country, track and field, softball, roller hockey, soccer, water polo, wrestling, baseball, golf, gymnastics, cheerleading, softball, swim and dive, tennis, track and volleyball.
As of 2008-2009 the teaching faculty included 94 full-time classroom teachers. The school consisted of 71 percent white and 12 percent Hispanic students in 2008-2009.