"i graduated from TVHS in 2002. After watching "Waiting for Superman," I realize how lucky I am to have had teachers who cared. Reflecting back on it, I feel all of my teachers at TVHS had enthusiam for their subjects, and prepared their lesson plans. Now, I am a teacher myself (ESL) and know how much time goes into preparing just a 45 minute lesson. Most all of TVHS teachers put everything into their lessons. "Brown and Gold" is not the most beautiful color combination, but this school rocks!!!"
"Temecula Valley High School has some great teachers and students but a few drawbacks include a general lack of school pride, a principal who only cares about building her resum and a general need for renovation. The lack of school pride has led to defamation of school property and makes the school seem more like a prison then a high school with little unity shared among the general student population. The principal doesn't care about anything that is being taught unless it is going to be on the STAR test and could boost her career. Lastly, some of the buildings are old and have AC problems or leaking roofs, and could use so more TLC from the janitorial staff. These problems are made bearable because of some very kind and talented teachers and a wrestling team that consistently gives hope that our school can do something right."
"Temecula Valley High School is the best high school around. Even as a new freshman I can recognize the greatness of the school! The teachers are amazing and help out whenever they're asked. If you are choosing between Craparral and TV, Temecula is the way to go. At first, I begged my mom to transfer me to Chap, but after the time I've had at TV, I would never trade it. All of my friends that go to Chaparral agreed that it feels like a strict prison and it's no fun. Temecula Valley is undeniably the best around! Go Bears!!"
"Brought my 2 kids to this school, after meeting and interviewing with the Counselors, Athletic Director, and various others, they appeared genuine, friendly, and accepting. Turns out after moving the family in, finding a residence, spending a fortune to get settled in, the Counselors, coaches, students were cold, uninviting, and after 2 months, pulled them out! We all had enough! Principal gives big speeches about the school being a 'family', although, dealing with the counselors, VP, and coaching staff, dealt with nothing other than a hard, unwelcome hand from them. My kids were so miserable, nobody cared, after repeated attempts to talk with the staff. My kids are FREE, and practically did back flips walking out of this school."
"Temecula Valley High School isn't a school to it's students, it's a home. At temecula there is a sense of pride that overwhelms the students just by walking through the gates. It is the oldest school in the district and the least funded, but that does not stop the Golden Bears. From our new principal who is running the school at the best its been in years to our ASB who continues to deliver new events and dances throught the year, you'll find that TVHS is a magical place where student's, teachers, and staff can all come to live that timeless crede instilled upon us by TV legends, GO BEARS ! (by the way Great Oak and Chaparral combined can't compete with TV)"