Orange County Sanitation District 10844 Ellis Ave, Fountain Valley, CA92708 This is Reclamation Plant No. 1 for the Orange County Sanitation District. The agency collects, treats and disposes of…More or reclaims wastewater from central and northwestern Orange County. It is the third largest wastewater agency west of the Mississippi River, serving 21 cities and three special districts. The advanced water treatment facility purifies wastewater through several methods, then releases the water into the Orange County Groundwater Basin. The facility also recycles boisolids found in the wastewater to produce soil amendments for farms and gardens. For more than 25 years, the Orange County Sanitation District has also been monitoring the ocean along the Orange County coast for water quality, sediment quality and sea life. Educational tours are available for groups of 10 to 25, and are free to schools, clubs and other organizations.
Huntington Valley Baptist Church 9779 Starfish Ave, Fountain Valley, CA92708 Huntington Valley Baptist Church has been ministering in Orange County since 1980. The church's congregation is about…More 100 people. A daycare center that is partnered with the church includes a pre-school and a kindergarten. Huntington Valley Baptist Church is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International and also works with the A-BEKA program to provide a quality education from a Christian perspective.
Vista View Middle School is part of the Ocean View School District, providing instruction to students in grades 6th…More through 8th. The school follows a traditional school calendar year in providing a standards-based educational program. Vista View has been recognized as one of Orange County's "Best Middle Schools" by the Orange County Register, as a California Distinguished School by the State of California and has been named a Model Leadership Site in the area of student literacy by CalSTAT and the California Department of Education.
Along with athletic and performing arts programs, the school participates in the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program and the El Viento Program, which provides a college-focused academic plan for Hispanic students. The 13.6 acre campus includes 34 permanent classrooms, seven portable classrooms, fine arts room, industrial arts room, home arts room, gymnasium and boys' and girls' locker rooms.