The Highlands reveals a deeper dimension of beauty and history within the most amazing terrain in the Santa Clarita Valley. Natural views will inspire neighborhood parks and impressive amenities and miles of community trails. The natural world is friendly here, ready to be experienced close up and comfortably. The Highlands at Tesoro del Valle sets a vision of stewardship, innovative homes, and vibrant gathering places where people of all ages can celebrate life.
Surrounding The Highlands, Santa Clarita Valley life is flourishing with convenient shopping, entertainment, health care and community services. With an eye to the present and a vision for the future, the region retains its spirit of the past, while it plans for new generations to enjoy an outstanding quality of life. Enjoy Old Town Newhall's Farmer's Markets and the summer concerts at Santa Clarita's Central Park. 2016 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Tesoro Adobe. Attend events at CalArts, and cheer home teams at Valencia High and College of the Canyons. Family-friendly parks are abundant and accessible. To find out what's happening next on the valley's community calendar, be sure to click here.
Great schools are a hallmark of the Santa Clarita Valley. The Highlands will have diminished impact on local schools because a significant population aged 55+ will call the community home. In keeping with the example set by Tesoro del Valle, The Highlands is a strong supporter of local schools and a good neighbor to surrounding colleges and universities.
The Highlands is a part of Saugus Unified and William S. Hart Unified School Districts, which include the following K-12 schools:
Please contact the school districts above for current attendance boundaries.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH NOVEMBER
Principal Paul Martinsen and Molly Stimac
For the month of November, Tesoro del Valle students put into practice Habit number 2, “Begin with the End in Mind.” This habit is based on the ability to envision in your mind what you can’t at present see with your eyes. At the Assembly, the students presented what they want to be when they grow up. Molly Stimac was chosen the winner for the second Habit. She hopes that in the future, she will work with animals. Newport Pacific Land presented to Molly and her family a $100 gift card to Cheesecake Factory.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH SEPTEMBER
Principal Paul Martinsen and Ava Hadjiandreou
For the month of August, Tesoro del Valle students put into practice the first Habit of Highly Effective People, “Be Proactive.” This Habit talks about constantly working to expand your influence. By exemplifying this quality, student Ava Hadjiandreou was recognized for being the most proactive
Community Habit Hero #6
Isabella Romanelli and Nicole Romanelli
In May, the students at Tesoro del Valle were challenged with Habit number 6, Synergize. Synergy means “two heads are better than one.” It involves teamwork, open-mindedness, and the adventure of finding new solutions to old problems. Isabella Romanelli was recognized for this month’s Habit. She brought individuals
AN AWESOME EXPERIENCE
The Valencia Trail Race is an amazing experience that features a 10 kilometer, half marathon, and a 50k ultra distance run. Annually, the community is invited to experience a trail course that takes you up to the peaks and along the ridgelines with panoramic views, then into the canyons through the hills of Valencia for a truly awesome trail challenge. This year, the race took place on Saturday, March 25th
INTRODUCING YOUR NEIGHBOR
Presenting luxury in nature, welcome to The Highlands at Tesoro del Valle. We have been working with the County of Los Angeles, the city of Santa Clarita and the Homeowners Association to bring you a sustainable community where over 80% of the overall land plan will be protected, open space. A harmony of architectural styles in distinct residential villages will create a tapestry rich in historical character and enduring quality.
TESORO DEL VALLE EMBRACES THE LESSONS OF 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE
Michael Schlesinger, Ava Francis, Jay Francis and Principal - Diane Saunders
Tesoro del Valle Elementary School is implementing the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into their curriculum. Each month, the school is recognizing one student based on
BE PROACTIVE. BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND. PUTTING THINGS FIRST.
Peter Warda, Jeremy Cook and Principal - Diane Saunders
The month of November, Tesoro del Valle students put into practice the first Habit, “Be Proactive.” This Habit talks about constantly working to expand your influence. Student Jeremy Cook was awarded for this Habit...
NEWPORT PACIFIC LAND DONATES $5,000 TO TESORO DEL VALLEY ELEMENTARY PTA FOR SCIENCE LAB
Michael Schlesinger, VP of Community Development for Newport Pacific Land, presented a $5,000 check to the Tesoro del Valle Elementary School PTA during the school's Spirit Rally. This check was the first installment of the total $10,000 donation that is being made towards the school's science lab. Newport Pacific Land is in the process