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Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes Union Elementary School District 

        sm-banner.gif    California Distinguished School   

661-724-1231            16633 Elizabeth Lake Road     Lake Hughes, CA 93532  

ABOUT OUR DISTRICT

The Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes Union Elementary School District serves Kindergarten through 8th grade students. Children from the communities of Lake Hughes, Elizabeth Lake and Green Valley, as well as parts of Leona Valley and Pine Canyon, make up the student population, which is 70% White, 22% Hispanic and 8% other ethnic groups. The district has an approximate enrollment of 250  students. A limited number of students are disabled, or are English language learners. The district provides a wide range of student programs,

 

including:

Special Education   Academic Intervention
Gifted and Talented English Language Learners
Counseling School to Careers

Sixth Grade Science School

Library

8th grade Washington DC trip                                                                             Robotics

Nursing Services including vision, hearing and scoliosis screening                    Art

The district's school is located between the communities of Elizabeth Lake and Lake Hughes on the southern flank of the Portal Ridge at an elevation of 3,300 feet. The school enjoys a panoramic view of the surrounding Sierra Pelona and San Gabriel Mountains.

In the summer the district enjoys milder weather than the rest of the Antelope Valley. In the winter the district receives some snowfall, and several days of school closure are expected due to inclement weather (all school days cancelled due inclement weather are made up at the end of the year).