Corona del Mar High School

Corona del Mar High School (CdM) is a public school located in the Eastbluff neighborhood of Newport Beach, California, and belongs to the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. It is a combination of a middle school (7th and 8th grades) and a high school (9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades). The school was founded in 1962 and has an enrollment of approximately 2,500 students. The school covers an area of just over 1,700,000 square feet. According to US News, there are 92 full-time teachers.

Public school in Newport Beach, California
Corona del Mar High School

Corona del Mar High School Front Entrance: April 2015
Address
2101 Eastbluff Drive

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92660
Coordinates

33°38′01″N117°52′36″W

Information
Type Public
Motto Cultivate Integrity, Develop Resiliency, Model Empathy
Established 1962
School district Newport-Mesa Unified School District
Principal Joshua Hill (9-12) Rebecca Gogel (7-8)
Grades 712
Enrollment (7-8) 718 (9-12) 1,698 (2019-20)[1]
Color(s) Navy, Columbia blue, Silver, White
Athletics conference CIF Southern Section
Sunset League
Nickname Home of the Sea Kings
Team name High School:
Sea Kings, Sea Queens
Junior High School:
Tritons
formerly Riptide
Rival Newport Harbor
Website cdm.nmusd.us

It has been ranked by Newsweek as one of the top 200 high schools in the United States,[2] and it has been a state champion in several sports. However, it has also been featured in the national media for scandals involving homophobia, sexism, and academic dishonesty.

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The Corona Del Mar Middle School

The school was founded in 1962. In the mid 1970s, the school went through an extensive design process to develop its media center.[3] The Marian Bergeson Aquatic Center, named for state senator Marian Bergeson who was from Newport Beach, opened in May 1990 at a cost of $1.75 million.[4] In March 2015, a 29,000-square-foot (2,700 m2) performing arts center was finished. The center cost $16 million and seats more than 360 people.[5][6]Newport-Mesa Unified School District got approval for construction of the Enclave, a 38,000 sq. ft structure consisting of two buildings(one 3-story and one 2-story) connected by passages for 7th and 8th graders. It was designed by Dougherty & Dougherty Architects and built by KPRS Construction, and was completed by June 2014 and cost $23.2 million.[7][8][9] Construction began in June 2019 on a $14.6 million renovation project to build a new track and two lighted artificial turf sports fields, which were completed by January 2021. The track bleachers have a seating capacity of 664, and the back field has portable bleachers that can accommodate 200 spectators.[10] As part of a two-school $5 million construction project with Ensign Intermediate School, 8-foot security fences were built around the perimeter of the school and were completed by January 2021. The project also included a new entry structure adjacent to the pool with a school sign and LED board, finished by March 2021.[11][12][13]

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