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7447 Scholar Way
Eastvale, CA 92880

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(951) 738-2100
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October 07, 2015
I am very happy with the teachers and administrators. The teachers genuinely care about their students. I hope the school continues in the same path.

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May 28, 2015
I went to this ERHS and I loved this school, the staff is friendly and very involved and students work together as one big family. Everyone is always working toward striving to get the highest in everything whether it's AP scores or the football team everything is a competition but in the best way possible. Teachers are very supportive and want to make sure you're always doing your best. Best high school experience a school can provide :) class of 2014

- submitted by a student

September 13, 2014
Eleanor Roosevelt is a great school for being only 5 years old. It has state of the art classrooms, olympic pool, tennis courts, advanced music and band program, facilities to enrich student activities and a steadily rising academic tract. With the retiring Superintendent coming from highly rated Walnut School District handing the reigns over to a capable Michael Lin, things are vastly improving for CNUSD and Eastvale schools. School ratings change constantly with student demographics from 1 year to the next and I can say the students now coming up from Middle and Elementary schools are academic achievers. I feel student success is mainly driven by the student and parents not just teachers responsibility alone. High parent participation from my own observation from school parent activities along with engaged teachers are driving high test scores. Eventually Eastvale, as the student demographics is changing will be very very academically strong like other blue ribbon districts. Looking at the elementary school achievements these children will be driving the middle and High school scores up as they are promoted.

- submitted by a parent

September 26, 2013
ERHS is a great school. All schools have their problems. It's how they handle them that can really make a difference. My teenager feels secure and supported by the staff. And that is a great feeling for a parent to see in their teenager.

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July 28, 2013
I am a student going onto sophmore year. I have to admit, freshman year went fast. But anyways! This school is great. But it has its flaws that need to be fixed! Drugs: if they let a drug dog loose there... The dog would be running to just about every class room. Its a huge issue and teachers completely ignore it! Teachers: they just dont care... Food: discusting! If this website let me post pictures , id post my rock solid black "healthy" french fries and my half frozen burrito. Along with my mold infested strawberries in my yogurt

- submitted by a community member

July 05, 2013
This school loses several excellent teachers every year due to poor leadership and support by the principal.

- submitted by a community member

September 23, 2012
I graduated from this school in 2009. I had attended a high school in chino until 2007 then moved and attend roosevelt. It was a major difference! The programs, teachers, classes, clubs, etc. were all of much much much higher standard. I was able to be challenged and supported at the same time. I will gladly be moving back to eastvale upon my graduation from college and hope for my future children to attend their wonderful schools.

- submitted by a community member

August 12, 2012
We are new to the area and school. I can't say enough about how great this school is. School Counselor Chris Dias is the best. He has made a difficult situation easier and given my student the confidence he needs to succeed in high school. Thanks Chris and staff for making the beginning of my student's high school years the best possible.

- submitted by a parent

July 13, 2012
I graduated from ERHS in 2010. I enjoyed the school and most of the staff. Looking back I think about how lucky I was to have state of the arc equipment and resources most schools do not have. My teachers were smart and patient and knew how to deal with a bunch of loud, rebellious kids for the most part. Testing was important and resources were available for struggling students. Yes, there were a few rotten eggs there but compared to most high schools this one is probably one of the safest and provides as good of an education as a school could. I know many graduates from my year who went on to amazing four years on scholarships. Overall it was a pretty good place to go and I'm glad I had the opportunity to.

- submitted by a community member

August 09, 2011
Im going to be going in to the 11th grade this next school year(2010-2011) and this school is awesome. In the past two years the drugs have gone way down and its just a over all good school.

- submitted by a community member

December 27, 2010
As a member of the school site counsel for the past 2 years I can say the schools is a wonderful place for all students. As with all schools there are problems. Roosevelt's are minor compare to most. I have 2 sons that attend Roosevelt and they both love the scools. I have found the majority of the staff to be courteous and well prepared. The schools is on the right tract for 5 YEAR OLD SCHOOL and the students are well equip to move on. Great school

- submitted by a parent

May 17, 2010
Extremely happy with the well roundedness of the school. It is truly state of the art and the teachers seem to care.

- submitted by a parent

January 19, 2010
I have been to this school as an educatinal aide and the school is moving in the right direction. The staff is wonderful and they care about the students and what's best for them.

- submitted by a teacher

May 24, 2009
I went to this school from 2006-2008 and during the whole time I was there, me, my parents and other 3 siblings who also attended roosevelt, were stuck dealing with teachers who did not treat students with respect, out of control, loud class rooms and impatient teachers. This school also, in the years Iv been there, developed a very big drug problem. It was a nice school in '06 but by mid 07' there was a huge use of ecstasy, prescription drugs, meth and weed. Most of the teachers dont know how bad it really is. Every kid in corona knows how full of drugs roosevelt is. The block schedule drives most students crazy. Having to focus on the same subject, sometimes the same project for two hours is not fair to ask of teenagers everyday, every week after waking up at 5-6am.

- submitted by a parent

April 27, 2009
Moved my son to the school from a suburban L.A. County school. He transformed from a D- student to a member of the Honor Roll. The block schedule is great and makes sense. I am seeing the results. New , clean and impressive campus. Looks like a university. I am hoping the International Baccalaureate program is moved from the other high school to Roosevelt.

- submitted by a parent

November 02, 2008
The school is great and all, however certain things I see unfair. such as the sports. FOOTBALL and CHEER get everything. yes, it is great, I enjoy attending the football games, but other sports i feel are not appreciated. Also the situation of the library and crowded lunches.but overall the school is nice, but a bit boring.

- submitted by a student

October 14, 2008
I have to agree, the school is great the students and staff seem to all be shooting towards the goal of success. I do have to say that not only is band being neglected, the water polo team is doing very well, we are playing for a chance to finally go to C.I.F. Although we are no one knows, we are all athletes but dont get as much support as the others such as football, they easily raise money while we have to fight for every penny we get. Our uniforms which are our caps cost $4000 and thats for two sets we just need some help raising money and we need the support just like band and colorguard.

- submitted by a community member
no rating
October 07, 2008
Very good school. But the majority of the students and staff have no respect for the hard working and talented band, colorguard, and drumline. The colorguard remains undefeated as well as the band and colorguard. And I dont know why they dont consider it a sport they do the same stuff all the other sports do: they run, do situps, and all the excercises. So what is the differnence. ANd also they are given little money to buy all their stuff, like transportation, costumes, etc. Please help them out a little more. Thank you to all the people that do care about these outgoing and talented students

- submitted by a student

April 20, 2008
As a teacher I have to say that this has a fantastic group with teachers who come from all backgrounds. A school is only as good as it's administration, and the principal, Dr. V, is not only an amazing leader, but also an oustanding team player among the staff and students. She keeps the ship tight, but it's all for the goodness of the students. A great deal of training is also provided and plenty of support and resources to students and staff to help everyone achieve a life of learning and growing. I couldn't be happier; so much, in fact, that my children will be attending when they are old enough. I'm proud to be a Mustang!

- submitted by a teacher
no rating
October 10, 2007
it's a really good school. principals, teachers, and staff are very active and energentic in extra curricular activities and education.

- submitted by a student

September 03, 2007
Academics = Removing some of the lower achievers, the vast remainder of students are A/P and college bound. From the teacher side, the Principal (see below) hand picked 90% of them, and they appear to be among the best of teachers. In addition, they appear to be caring and want to make a difference. Principal and Staff = Second to none. I could go on and on, but enough to say that this Principal really wants to make this the best school in the area. Safety = Principal and Staff are very strict; every student knows that they must behave or they will be quickly removed permanently. This school is situated in a relatively new and affluent geography; as such, the safety here is top notch. Sports = Excellent sports facilities, coaches, and players / athletes. This is the top high school in Corona and East of Yorba Linda.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
August 07, 2007
An excellent place of learning. The finest school in all of Corona/Norco Unified. Very clean learning conditions. Already making history after only being one year old.

- submitted by a student

May 25, 2007
Great school, as far as keeping up the dress codes and falling rules. Teachers are ok, some lack keeping there classroom under control, had to complain to the school number of times.Sportd activity is great, parents are involved.

- submitted by a parent
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Eleanor Roosevelt High School
7447 Scholar Way, Eastvale, CA  92880
(951) 738-2100
Last modified Eleanor Roosevelt High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Eleanor Roosevelt High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 45 reviews. Top