Weaverville and Trinity County
Schools and Educational Facilities
Weaverville Elementary School
Weaverville Elementary School District (grades K-8) is located in the
mountains of Northern California, approximately 52 miles west of
Redding, on highway 299. We employ approximately 36 teachers and
have an enrollment of about 450 students. We make it our goal to
equitably provide all students with the greatest educational opportunities.
Trinity High School
Trinity High School is located in the small mountain town of Weaverville,
California, in the heart of the Trinity Alps. Students travel from as far away
as Coffee Creek, Salyer, Buckhorn Mountain, and Browns Creek. Our
student population is 450. The campus resides on 23 acres and contains
twenty-sixclassrooms, a library, career center, gym, and cafeteria. Red
and white are the school colors, and the wolf is our mascot. THS has many
extra curricular activities including athletics, academic decathlon, drama,
music, FFA, and a wide range of clubs.
The campus is located on 337 acres, and is referred to as the Stillwater
campus because it is bordered by Stillwater Creek on the East Side. The
District alsoowns an additional 350 acres in Bella Vista. The District
encompasses the counties of Shasta, Tehama, and Trinity, and small
portions of Lassen, Modoc, and Humboldt counties as well. The District
covers approximately 10,000 square miles, which is larger than the state
of Massachusetts. The District operates extended education sites in
Anderson, Burney, McArthur, Corning, Hayfork, Los Molinos, Red Bluff,
the Redding Rancheria, and Weaverville.
All of the Universities listed below are about a 2.5 hour drive from Weaverville.
Humboldt State University
Chico State University
Southern Oregon University