Maj. Gen. Raymond Murray High School serves students who have fallen behind in academic credits and need extra time or attention to complete high school. The mission at the school is to provide a safe and supporting learning environment in which students experience academic success, develop emotional and social skill, and pursue a path of learning that leads to a high school diploma and meaningful post-high school endeavors and independent and self-sufficient individuals.
The school opened in 2007 in central Vista. It serves more than 200 students in grades 10 through 12 and has 11 teachers. Its namesake was a Commanding Officer at Camp Pendleton and one of the U.S. Marines’ most highly decorated officers, serving in World War II and the Korean War. He died in 2004.
215 N. Melrose Drive Vista, CA 92083