Etna High School
MISSION, VISION and SCHOOLWIDE LEARNER OUTCOMES
Etna High School is a learning community that helps all students become productive citizens through their academic success and their participation in the arts, technology, career technical education, athletics, social interaction, and leadership. The school is a partnership of staff, students, parents, and community members who share responsibility for nurturing a commitment to academic excellence and Lion Pride. Etna High School, established in a gold rush community in 1891, lies 37 miles south of the Oregon border and 60 miles east of the Pacific coast. The town of Etna is located 27 miles southwest of Yreka, the county seat of Siskiyou County. Scott Valley, a high mountain valley bordered by the Trinity Alps and the Marble Mountains. Etna High School is part of the Scott Valley Unified School District which serves an area of approximately 1,500 square miles and encompasses all of Scott Valley, Quartz Valley, Sawyers Bar, Cecilville, and the Forks of the Salmon.
Please come for a visit to Etna High School. Our school is an outstanding place for students to gain knowledge, skills, and practice that will prepare them for their next steps. An excellent teaching staff, a great population of parents who are concerned and engaged in their children’s learning, and a Scott Valley community that extensively supports and provides for the well-being of our students, all combine to make Etna High School a wonderful learning facility.
School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
400 Howell Ave.
Scott Valley Unified School District is composed of Etna High School, Scott Valley Junior High, Scott River High School,Etna Elementary,and Fort Jones Elementary. The major occupations within the community are agriculture, logging, forestry, mining, tourism, and recreational businesses.
P.O. Box 721
Etna, CA 96027