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Abiding by its slogan “Built as Promised,” Valencia has been carefully planned, designed and built over the last 40 years and has become one of the most popular areas in Southern California for people to raise their families. Valencia is regarded as one of the nation’s leading master-planned communities and was named one of the 50 best places in the U.S. to live in the publication “Fifty Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family.”
Newhall Land has developed Valencia in accordance with a master plan created by legendary planner Victor Gruen in 1965. Rather than focusing solely on residential development, the community’s master plan includes every aspect of modern life — diverse residential neighborhoods that are balanced by thriving work centers, top-quality schools, abundant recreation, dynamic shopping, dining and entertainment, and public services such as medical care, government centers, a library and more.
Partly located in the heart of the City of Santa Clarita, the community occupies a portion of the original 48,000-acre Newhall Ranch. It encompasses more than 15,000 homes, tens of thousands of jobs, and distinguished institutions such as College of the Canyons and the Disney-endowed California Institute of the Arts. These two institutions will soon be joined by the future campus of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Film and Television Preservation Center on 60 acres at McBean Parkway and Rockwell Canyon Road, between CalArts and College of the Canyons.
Also unique to the community is its extensive paseo system, a series of scenic walkways and bike paths that connect homes to shops, parks and schools. There are currently about 30 miles of these innovative paseos, which are featured within each residential neighborhood Newhall Land plans. The company has partnered with the City of Santa Clarita to build miles of trails along the Santa Clara River and its tributaries.
Valencia is renowned for its open space and abundant recreation. There are currently 11 parks, all built by Newhall Land, within the community, dozens of private neighborhood recreation centers and acres of natural areas and oak woodlands that the company has set aside as permanent open space.
Valencia is home to government, health care, dining and entertainment, as well. The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, Santa Clarita City Hall, Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, the county’s civic center, Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor, Westfield Valencia Town Center, Valencia Marketplace, Valencia Country Club and TPC at Valencia, California’s first and only Tournament Players Club course, are all located here
Westfield Valencia Town Center, an enclosed regional shopping center, and Town Center Drive, a half-mile pedestrian-oriented retail destination, create the hub of shopping, dining and entertainment for the valley. In addition to three major department stores, Town Center is home to a mix of quaint boutiques, leading national retailers, great restaurants, the Hyatt Valencia and Santa Clarita Conference Center, a Spectrum Health Club, and major employers including Princess Cruises and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.
Newhall Land has also developed Valencia Gateway, a series of planned business and technology centers that currently provide more than 55,000 jobs. As the major employment center for the Santa Clarita Valley, Valencia Gateway is home to numerous light industrial and manufacturing businesses, and is an established center for entertainment, production, and biotechnology-related industries.
Also in Valencia are numerous state and nationally distinguished elementary, junior and senior high schools, private child-care centers and Legacy Academy, a private elementary school.
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|Average value of the dwelling in which household lives||$1,069,935|
|Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling.||16 years|
This part contains all educational institutions in Valencia.
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Charles Helmers Elementary School 661-294-5345 Public KG-6 Tesoro Del Valle Elementary School 661-294-5380 Public KG-6 Meadows Elementary School 661-291-4050 Public KG-6 Santa Clarita Elementary School 661-294-5340 Public KG-6 Bridgeport Elementary School 661-294-5375 Public KG-6 North Park Elementary School 661-294-5370 Public KG-6 West Creek Academy 661-294-5385 Public KG-6 Valencia Valley Elementary School 661-291-4060 Public KG-6 Old Orchard Elementary School 661-291-4040 Public KG-6 Pinecrest-Valencia School Not Available Private PK-5 Monarch Academy For Young Children Not Available Private PK-KG Albert Einstein Academy Elementary School 661-513-3580 Public KG-6 Legacy Christian Academy Not Available Private KG-8
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Arroyo Seco Junior High School 661-296-0991 Public 7-8 Placerita Junior High School 661-259-1551 Public 7-8 Rio Norte Junior High School 661-295-3700 Public 7-8 Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Science 661-702-0755 Public 7-12 Legacy Christian Academy Not Available Private KG-8 Learning Post High (Alternative) 661-255-8338 Public 7-12
School Name Phone Type Grades Rating Valencia High School 661-294-1188 Public 9-12 Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Science 661-702-0755 Public 7-12 William S. Hart High School 661-259-7575 Public 9-12 Transitional Learning Center Charter 661-259-0033 Public 9-12 Learning Post High (Alternative) 661-255-8338 Public 7-12 Academy of The Canyons 661-362-3056 Public 9-12
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