Located 22 miles southeast of metropolitan Los Angeles, in the center of North Orange County, Fullerton is a full-service city renowned for its unique mix of residential, commercial and industrial, educational, and cultural environments which provide an outstanding quality of life for both residents and businesses alike.
Fullerton, one of the largest cities in Orange County, is a community with a strong sense of tradition, one that treasures its historic past as it prepares to meet the challenges of its future.
Fullerton has five public high schools within the city limits, all part of the Fullerton Joint Union High School District:
Sunny Hills High School.
Fullerton Union High School. The oldest high school in Orange County, it is the home of historic Plummer Auditorium and the Academy of the Arts magnet program.
Troy High School (which includes Troy Tech, a public magnet school).
La Vista High School and La Sierra High School (continuation school, adjacent to Troy)
Other public schooling in Fullerton is provided by the Fullerton School District. There are three public junior high schools, enrolling grades 7-8: Ladera Vista, Nicolas, and D. Russell Parks Junior High School. Fullerton has two public elementary K-8 schools: Beechwood and Fisler. Fullerton has fifteen public elementary schools enrolling grades K-6: Acacia, Commonwealth, Fern Drive, Golden Hill, Hermosa Drive, Laguna Road, Maple, Orangethorpe, Pacific Drive, Raymond, Richman, Rolling Hills, Sunset Lane, Valencia Park, and Woodcrest.
Colleges in the city include California State University, Fullerton; Fullerton College; Western State University College of Law; Hope International University; and the Southern California College of Optometry.
The city runs and maintains over 50 parks, including Hillcrest Park, the Craig Regional Park and Ralph B. Clark Regional Park. Attractions in the city include two golf courses and a tennis center, an equestrian center, the Muckenthaler Cultural Center, which is home to some art galleries and a theater group and the Fullerton Museum Center, situated within an old Carnegie library. The Fullerton Civic Light Opera is one of the region's largest companies and performs at the Plummer Auditorium. Other theater troupes include Maverick Theater, Stages Theater and the Hunger Artists Theatre Company.
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