The Tustin Unified School District proposes to construct and operate a K-8 school in the community under development by the Irvine Company known as Orchard Hills. The project would involve the construction and operation of a K-8 school on an approximate 15 acre parcel of real property included within Orange County APN 104-042-25 located north-northwest of the intersection of Culver Drive and Portola Parkway, and due east of the intersection of Portola Parkway and the SR-261 Toll Toad in Irvine. The project site is contemplated in the City of Irvine Final EIR entitled "PA1/PA2/PA9 Project" which was approved by the Irvine City council on June 14, 2005.
The project will involve the construction of classrooms and supporting facilities to accommodate approximately 1,200 students in grades K-8, including construction of administration and library buildings, a kitchen, an oudoor food shelter, a multi-purpose auditorium, parking facilities for visitors and staff with approximately 100 spaces on site, and athletic play courts include hardscape and turf playfields. The grade 6-8 portion of the project will include two-story classroom facilities. Lighting includes low level security lighting, signage lighting, and illumination of the surface parking lot and associated pedestrian areas.
Educational (School construction and operation of K-8 school)
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