Mission Vista High School features rigorous coursework designed to foster creativity, uniqueness in through and intellectual development. The school has a smaller learning environment than most high schools in the area as well as an increased depth of study in art, communication, science and technology. The “four-by-four” college-style block learning schedule gives students an opportunity to pursue academic interests in a wide variety of subjects.
“We are a collaborative learning environment that cultivates innovative thinkers equipped with the keys necessary to open gateways to their future,” Principal Craig Wiblemo said.
The school opened in 2009 in a temporary location before moving to its permanent campus the following year. Mission Vista will graduate its first class of seniors this year. Over the past four years, enrollment has grown from 200 to 1,200.
“Our reputation for excellence has continued to grow as well,” Wiblemo said.
1306 Melrose Drive Oceanside, CA 92057