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    Incoming Freshmen Parent Information Night!

    Our counseling team is hosting a preview night where you can meet Administration as well as your student's counselor.  Learn everything you need to know to get your student started at ECHS, and how to be successful in the 9th grade.

    February 27, 2020 from 6-7pm at Chavez Middle School MPR (map here).   

     

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    WILDCAT CAMP

    Our annual event hosting all incoming 9th graders for the 2020-21 school year has been rescheduled to May 6, 2020.  We will have 2 separate sessions: 1 for our incoming students from MLK from 8-10am and a second session (9:45-11:30am) for students coming from Chavez, Jefferson & Lincoln.  If your child attends a private school or is moving into our school district boundaries, you are welcome to attend either session.

    In the meantime, our counseling team is hosting a preview night, geared toward parents, at 6pm, on February 27 at Chavez Middle School.  We will see you there!  WILDCATS ON THE PROWL!!!

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    El Camino was established in 1975 and was originally named “Oceanside High School East”. It officially became El Camino High School in 1976 and has since maintained a close athletic rivalry with Oceanside High School after becoming its own school. El Camino High is 1 of 2 traditional high schools in the Oceanside Unified School District. Students have a full range of academic, extra-curricular and co-curricular opportunities. El Camino has been both a National Blue Ribbon award winner and a California Distinguished School. El Camino High’s 2017 ranking by US News is 200th within California high schools and has earned a silver medal based on student performance on state-required tests and how well students are prepared for college. The student body makeup is 51 percent male and 49 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 75 percent.