VOTE Yes on H on March 3, 2020

Our Town, Our Schools

Safeguarding our students and teachers, and enhancing the quality of public education in San Clemente and Capo Beach is the smartest investment our community can make.

Vote YES on H to build a brighter future for our children!

Safe & Modern Schools

Measure H improves the quality of education in our local public schools by making critical upgrades and repairs to aging school campuses dramatically enhances the safety and security of our students and teachers, provides 21st-century technology and resources, and adds badly needed new facilities such as an innovation media center and library, food service area, performing arts center, and aquatics center to serve the students and the community.

Our Town, Our Schools

Measure H will improve school facilities so local organizations, sports groups, churches, and performing groups have a home for camps, sports, plays, and more. It will enhance the property values of the entire community.

Why do you support Measure H?

“Increase property values and keep our community aligned with standards in other OC Communities”

—Karen Oliver

Local Funding for Local Schools

Measure H provides critical funding for nine San Clemente and Capo Beach Schools, many over 50 years old

San Clemente High School - Built 1965
Shorecliffs Middle School - Built 1977
Bernice Ayer Middle School - Built 1998
Las Palmas Elementary School - Built 1927
Concordia Elementary School - Built 1959
Palisades Elementary School - Built 1964
Truman Benedict Elementary School - Built 1988
Clarence Lobo Elementary School - Built 1994
Marblehead Elementary School - Built 2001