San Juan Capistrano Sports Center 25925 Camino Del Avion, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 San Juan Capistrano Sports Center is located behind the Community Center, adjacent to the Sports Park, Teen Challenge,…More and the Boys and Girls Club. The center hosts an auditorium and events arena where customers rent space for corporate and private events. It has several after-school programs.
San Juan Hills High School 29211 Vista Montana, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 San Juan Hills High, Capistrano Unified School District's newest high school, opened in 2007 and will graduate its first…More class in June 2011. The multi-million dollar school features state-of-the-art facilities, including a theater and gymnasium. Construction on the football stadium and pool has not yet been completed.
The Capistrano Unified School District includes 61 schools with a student population that has nearly doubled in the…More past 20 years to 50,000. The large district includes a substantial swath of South Orange County in 195-square-miles including, along with San Juan Capistrano, San Clemente, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita and the communities of Las Flores, Coto de Caza, Dove Canyon, Ladera Ranch and Wagon Wheel.
The large district offices are here in San Juan Capistrano.
Superintendent Joseph M. Farley is under the direction of the Board of Trustees: Ellen Addonizio, John Alpay, Amy Hanacek, Anna Bryson, Lynn Hatton, Jim Reardon and Gary Pritchard.
The Capo Unified schools within San Juan Capistrano city limits are: Ambuehl Elementary School, Del Obispo Elementary School, Kinoshita Elementary School, San Juan Elementary School, Marco Forster Middle School, Junipero Serra High School and San Juan Hills High School.
Capistrano Adult School 31431 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The Capistrano Adult School and Community Education offers a variety of classes, including GED classes, CPR and First…More Aid, and classes related to becoming a citizen or learning English. The school is operated by the Capistrano Unified School District.
In the shadows of the historic San Juan Capistrano Mission, San Juan Elementary, also known as San Juan School, is…More South Orange County's oldest school. It's celebrating its 160th anniversary in the 2010-11 academic year.
For students in kindergarten through sixth grade, San Juan Elementary features the "Two-Way" dual-immersion program. This program helps students to achieve bi-literacy in English and Spanish. It's such a popular program, parents must put their children on a waiting list to get in.
The school requires uniforms and features two modern computer labs.
San Juan Capistrano Community Gardens 2 Via Positiva, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The San Juan Capistrano Community Gardens are located behind the Community Center, adjacent to the Sports Park, Teen…More Challenge and the Boys and Girls Club. The fenced-in garden plots are available to residents. There is a small annual rental fee. Local gardeners are permitted to plant flowers and vegetables without the use of any chemicals, as this is an organic garden. It also includes a compost recycling area where fertilizers are available for free and is located near all of the public schools so it's a good meeting spot for parents and children.
Youth Connection 32302 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 Youth Connection is a business that helps schools operate websites for their hot meals programs. It is a privately held…More company. Call for additional information.
Ambuehl Elementary School 28001 San Juan Creek Rd, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 Ambuehl Elementary School is located on the scenic banks of San Juan Creek. The school was named a California…More Distinguished school in 2001-02, and has a very involved network of parent volunteers.
San Juan Capistrano Community Center 25925 Camino Del Avion, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The San Juan Capistrano Community Center is located in the heart of the town. It is adjacent to the Sports Park, the…More Community Gardens, Teen Challenge, and the Boys and Girls Club. The center has an auditorium and events arena, which may be rented for corporate or private events. It is operated by the City of San Juan Capistrano, and this facility is where most tests or exams for city licenses are conducted. It has several after-programs that are popular with the public schools surrounding the property. It's a good place for parents to meet their kids after work because it is a safe, guarded environment.
Mission Barber Shop 31901 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The Mission Barber Shop is located in the El Adobe Plaza. This shopping center is filled with stores that cater to the…More Spanish-speaking population of San Juan Capistrano. It is owned by Al Galaviz, who is also the stylist. The shop offers hair cutting and styling for men and children. Galaviz also offers expert hot-towel shaving treatments. Walk-ins are welcome, and the wait is never too long. Although it is clean, modern shop, Mission's well-maintained old barber chairs give the place a wonderful old-school feel.
San Juan Sea Lions 26351 Junipero Serra Rd, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 San Juan Sea Lions is a summer league summer swim team based at JSerra Catholic School. Directed by head coach Mary…More McLaughlin, the team offers a program for children ages 5 - 14. The Lions practice at the JSerra Pool during the week, Monday through Thursday. The San Juan Sea Lions are part of the South Orange County Swim League and compete against teams throughout South Orange County.
San Juan Capistrano, population 34,839 according to 2006 Census data, is nestled among rolling hills and located…More directly off the I-5. Its residents distinguish their city from other South Orange County ones by highlighting its history as one of California's oldest towns, and its swaths of open space and its numerous schools, including four private high schools.
The city is located less than four miles from the coast, with an easily accessible trail that leads bicyclists and pedestrians to Doheny Sate Beach. Its small downtown is filled with mom-and-pop restaurants and retailers, but its crown is the Mission San Juan Capistrano—"The Jewel of the Missions"—which was founded in 1776. Visitors departing the Amtrak or Metrolink train enter the heart of downtown in the Los Rios Historic District, which comprises one of the oldest continuing neighborhoods in Orange County, including three adobe homes built in 1794.