This category includes websites for local educational institutions, programs, opportunities, resources, and alumni groups related either to the entire county or to more than one locality within it.
Institutions are listed by their physical location, and not by their service area. The institutions listed in this category should have locations in more than one locality in this county.
Two-year public institution that offers transfer, occupational, and special interest programs. Located in Rancho Cucamonga with additional campuses in Ontario and Fontana.
Serves Colton, Grand Terrace, Bloomington, and parts of San Bernardino and Rialto. District calendar, curriculum, and job listings.
Provides career training programs to assist high school students and adults in Colton, Yucaipa, and Redlands.
Public community college in Yucaipa.
A list of the elementary, junior high, and high schools in the City of Hesperia. Includes current information from the superintendent and the School Board as well as information for parents and job seekers.
Serving Twentynine Palms, Yucca Valley, and surrounding communities including Morongo Valley, Joshua Tree and Landers.
Provides a variety of career training-related and school-to-work instructional services to high school students and adults.
Superintendent's message, school directory, and resources for county parents, students, and faculty.
Public Community college in San Bernardino.
Provides schools to the communities of Wrightwood, Phelan, Pinon Hills, Baldy Mesa, Oak Hills, Oak Springs Valley, West Cajon Valley, and portions of Victorville. School calendar, snow day closure notices, and job listings.
Superintendent's website lists offices, agendas, forms, and all the elementary schools for the city of Victorville.
Community college offering innovative teaching technology and distance learning to Victorville, Victor Valley, the High Desert, and the world.
School district information about the high schools in the city of Victorville including employment, calendar, resources, board meetings, and contact resources.
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