A Challenge for the Mind, A Home for the Heart


Recent Announcements

  • School starts September 1 There is only 1 more week until we're back in school! School will be starting September 1st. We are extremely excited to have you all back and to ...
    Posted Aug 25, 2016, 9:06 AM by Mark Stevens
  • Registration packets - Paquetes de inscripción I hope the students are enjoying their summer.  We are excited for the new school year and we look forward to seeing their bright and cheery faces.Please be informed ...
    Posted Aug 1, 2016, 12:25 PM by Ricardo Fuentes
  • Attention seniors: Important college admission check off list Here is a step-by-step guide to help you apply for colleges this upcoming school year. Feel free to download or print the following checklist.
    Posted Jul 21, 2016, 9:54 AM by Ricardo Fuentes
  • Upcoming school projects These are some of the upcoming school projects to improve our district.Elementary School PaintingMiddle School-High School Landscaping ProjectsBathroom Improvements At Both Elementary And Middle-High School ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2016, 9:53 AM by Ricardo Fuentes
  • Summer Program Permission Form Dear Parent/Guardian, Your child/children may participate in a variety of Summer Activities this summer, as shown on the schedules below, transportation included. Please note the two different schedules ...
    Posted Jun 10, 2016, 11:21 AM by Ricardo Fuentes
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About Borrego Springs' Schools

Borrego Springs Unified School District’s small and rural setting in the middle of the vast Anza Borrego Desert State Park offers our students a unique educational experience in a tight community surrounded by caring adults and natural beauty. Where else can students witness the yearly birth of baby owls, a mascot gopher snake over 6 ft long  or a pack of baby coyotes filling the air with their hungry yipping.  Life in our school district is truly “project wildlife” at its best!


In addition, our students benefit from the plethora of snowbirds from colder  climates who descend upon our town every October - May and bring with them a rich array of life experiences, talents and educational backgrounds which they share freely with our students.


Volunteers fill  our schools and assist in every aspect from academic tutoring,  classroom read alouds, speaking on career days and  teaching everything from music to sewing to tennis to robotics to photography. Our students’ lives are richer and more well-rounded due to these wonderful influences,  friendships and philanthropy.


Local civic groups such as Rotary, Civic Foundation, Soroptimist and the American Legion bestow  countless opportunities and gifts on our students in the form of school supplies, monetary donations and field trips. Recently Rotary sponsored 4 students and 2 adults on a service trip to New Delhi. A trip to Mongolia is in the wings.


In addition, the Anza Borrego Desert State Park offers our  students opportunities to explore, appreciate and learn about the science that surrounds them. High School science students intern in the various departments of paleontology, geology and archaeology; 4th graders ride along with rangers as they patrol the desert and 5th graders camp in our local park in Mongolian gurtz all the while absorbing lessons about plant and animal adaption to our unique environment.


To balance our students’ incredible outside the classroom activities, all teachers (K-12)  focus on rigorous vocabulary development and the writing process embedded within their teaching.  With the new Common Core Standards and their focus on analytical thinking and writing, our students must learn to express themselves and their thinking clearly on paper or word documents.


Teacher professional development is not hindered by our remote location. Teachers travel or trainings are offered here and  focus on a variety of areas including  meeting the needs of our many English Language Learners,  improving the delivery of the new Integrated Math and tackling the new Smarter Balanced Assessments.


Parents and community members are encouraged to attend the variety of informational evenings offered throughout the year. The topics covered are a result of parent input during the development of our LCAP or Local Plan. Please attend  School Site Council meetings at the Elementary or Middle/High to learn more about our schools. Dates are listed on the calendar.


We invite all to come and participate in BSUSD's wonderful programs!