Currently, MUSD has eleven elementary schools, two middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, one continuation high schools, two state preschool programs, and a special education preschool program. Striving to meet the needs of a diverse student body, the District provides a wide array of programs, including special education, English Language Learners Program, athletics, advanced placement, GATE, and many others. The emphasis on learning requires an outstanding instructional staff. Teachers are encouraged to develop and maintain their career skills and are assisted in doing so. For post-graduate study, advanced classes are offered locally through Chapman and National Universities, California State University at San Bernardino has a satellite campus in Palm Desert and Cal State Coachella Valley campus is under construction. The University of California at Riverside, the University of Redlands, and Loma Linda University are less than a two-hour drive away and are popular with our staff. There are exceptional opportunities for professional advancement throughout the District. Teaching and learning are the basic activities of the Morongo Unified School District , which is boldly committed to ensuring that each of its students receives the best possible education. Maintaining that commitment requires dynamic planning and action. Thus, new campuses staffed with superior teachers are ready when and where needed, while the development of tomorrow's schools continues, and the search for additional qualified teachers goes on. For those who have chosen the education profession as their life's work and want to make a significant contribution, it is an exciting and rewarding time. Perhaps you are such a person!