Change in Demographic Characteristics 1990 to 2000, San Diego
Other useful links:
Association of Governments (SANDAG)
The 18 cities and county government are SANDAG serving as the
forum for regional decision-making. The Association builds
consensus, makes strategic plans, obtains and allocates resources,
and provides information on a broad range of topics pertinent to
the San Diego region's quality of life.
The website provides extensive Census, Demographic
and Economic Forecasts, Criminal Justice, and Geographic
Information System data
City of San Diego
home page lots of links to government
US Census Bureau
look up 1990 census
data for any location
in the US
and Economic Mapping System This free Web-based tool offers
you an interactive way to map data from
Schools, roads, parcels, lakes and rivers, parks, National
forests, City boundaries, fire stations, hospitals, schools, zip
codes, Earthquake zones and faults, planning and zoning areas,
elected official districts, flood plains, geological hazard areas,
climate zones etc.
La Jolla Private
Preschool and Kinder garden
School 2225 Torrey
Pines Rd La Jolla Tel 454 0184 from 20 months
School 7380 Girard Ave La Jolla Tel 459 3773 Toddler to
Jolla Country Day School 9490 Genesee Ave La Jolla Tel 453
Presbyterian Church Pre-School 7715 Draper La Jolla Tel 454 2677
United Methodists 6030 La Jolla Blvd Tel 454 1418
Mission Bay Montessori
2640 Soderblom Ave 92122 (UTC) Tel 457 5895
School of La Jolla 7427 Fay Ave La Jolla Tel 454 1811 Ages 2 1/2
Schools (k - 5)
Public Middle / Junior High School
(5 - 8)
Public Senior High School
(9 - 12)
Standardized Testing and Reporting Program.
There is a link below to view Star reports for La Jolla
is a multiple-choice test that allows comparisons to be made to a
national sample of students. School districts in California were
required to test all students.
reports. You can view STAR results for all students and for
LEP (limited English proficient) students for the state and for
each school, school district, and county in the state.
are available on all
San Diego Schools. By law, all public schools in California
must provide information about themselves to the public through a
School Accountability Report Card.
Each school in
San Diego Unified
School District San Diego
Unified School District issues a School Accountability Report Card
every year. Parents (and sometimes students) help school staff
write the report cards for their school. The report cards tell
parents what and how well schools are doing.
Schools Accountability Report Cards
are in Adobe Acrobat format.
Schools is an independent non-profit organization.
Find profiles for all K-12 schools and districts and get advice
and information about how schools work.
Web links to San Diego Universities and colleges
Rates searchable by map for San Diego County broken down by sub
Click here to search by neighborhood for every La Jolla real