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Focus on the areas of Newport Beach that feed Corona del Mar as the High School. CdM is consistently ranked as one of the top schools in the County. This would be Harbor View, Corona del Mar, Eastbluff, Big Canyon, and Spyglass.
I would be happy to assist you, and provide you additional information on houses available in the area!
Nicole Fedorchek, Realtor
All of these cities are expensive, but Newport is very dear. Feel free to call me and ask about what schools, home prices are in the area.
I am only doing mortgages now, but I know a lot of agents in the area, I used own a real estate brokerage in Huntington Beach, (the next city over) and would be glad to help you anyway I can.
No need to do any business with me, glad to help.
These listed are all really great areas in Newport Beach near great public schools in the Newport Mesa School District. :)
I'd be more than happy to give you further info (if need be.)
Newport Elementary school is a wonderful school if you like to live close to the beach. Newport Height Elementary is also very good if you do not want to live somewhere that's always crowded and packed with cars on the street during summer. You can also find more information regards to the boundary, rating etc on the following link...
I live in Corona del Mar. I have two daughters who attended Harborview Elementary, then Corona del Mar High School. Harborview is a fantastic elementary school. The school itself is small in size, a little older, but the quality of the teachers, staff and families cannot be beat! CDM runs from 7th grade through 12th. Dropping your 7th grade daughter off with 12th graders with full grown beards is a little frightening -- but then again, the teachers, staff and families cannot be beat. I moved from Laguna Niguel before the girls started 2nd grade -- I haven't regret the move!
Also, you can look at the following site for the school ratings. http://www.greatschools.org/
If I can answer any other questions, please let me know.
I provide quite a bit of this information on my website. http://www.pwalshrealestate.com Newport is great city and has a lot to offer. Most of the schools in Newport have a 7-10 rating. Feel free to visit my website or contact me for more information.
Newport-Mesa Unified is the school district for public schools in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. There are several good/great schools in Newport Beach. Which ones you may have your child/children attend, will depend on which area you reside in Newport Beach.
Here's some preferred public elementary schools in Newport Beach:
Newport Elementary which is one of only three schools in the entire country on the beach.
Newport Heights, Mariners, Andersen and Eastbluff Elementary are all good choices as well. If your in the Corona del Mar area of Newport Beach, look at Harbor View and Lincoln Elementary. Regarding the area of Newport Coast, there is Newport Coast Elementary.
These schools do vary on attendance size, rankings, location, etc. You can attain quite a bit of information over the internet.
Hope that helps as a starting point in your research and good luck if you do decide to transfer. As a resident of Newport Beach with three sons, we have a lot of experience regarding this topic.
Of course, if you need additional help on relocating to Newport Beach, including the local schools, feel welcomed to contact me.
All the best,