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    About Vista

    Not far from San Diego, Vista is a suburban city in Southern California with a rich history and a beautiful landscape. This medium-sized city is considered to be within the metropolis of San Diego, providing its residents with access to all of the big city amenities of San Diego. Many residents of Vista commute to San Diego for work each day because of this close proximity. Vista is a great place to raise a family, with a high quality of life, beautiful local parks and recreational facilities, great access to education, and a thriving economy.

    Before Spanish explorers and missionaries came to the area that is now Vista, Luiseno Indians lived here. In the 1700s, many missions were founded throughout California, and Spanish missionaries worked hard to convert locals and native people. When Mexico won its independence from Spain in the early 1800s, Mexico created land grants, called “rancheros”, in order to encourage Mexican settlement in the area. Once California became an independent state in the mid 1800s, these rancheros were split up into smaller properties, and this area became highly agricultural.

    One issue that plagued Vista is a common issue to this region of Southern California — lack of water. Without proper irrigation or water resources, it is impossible to have a thriving agricultural industry. Vista lacked water resources, and began to dwindle in population in the early 1900s. It wasn’t until an important and monumental vote in the 1920s that Vista was granted water rights from a local lake, bringing much needed water to the area. Immediately, people moved back to Vista, and the population began to grow again.

    Today in Vista, there is so much to do. Theatre lovers will enjoy that Vista has two theaters, both of which bring entertaining shows to town. Musical productions at the Moonlight Amphitheatre bring in guests from around the country, and smaller-scale performances can be found at the Avo Playhouse in the historic district in downtown Vista.

    Within the city of Vista, there are nearly twenty elementary schools, a number of middle schools, and several high schools. A dozen private schools also serve Vista, providing a large number of options when it comes to education. Parents that send their kids to school here in Vista feel that they are providing a high quality education to their children, and additional educational resources are available for students that may need more help. Local Vista tutors are available for one-on-one assistance in a wide variety of subjects.

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