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Our commitment at Starlight Elementary is to close the opportunity gap by providing a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers, and inspired learners, who are prepared to succeed in a global society.


Decription of Campus

Located on 12 acres, the school consists of 5 buildings - Building 100 is the Administration building which includes the front office, a conference room, 2 administrative offices, a staff workroom, staff lounge, and library. Building 200 includes a multipurpose room, food service kitchen, outside eating area, and band room. Buildings 300, 400 and 500 feature a total of 37 classrooms, 3 collaboration areas, 3 offices, and a second story in Building 500. As one of 8 elementary schools in the Beaumont Unified School District, we serve 971 students in grades TK-5th grades on a traditional schedule. 


The school employs 36 general education teachers (17 teach Dual Language classes featuring Spanish as the target language and 1 of them is the Early Literacy Intervention Teacher), 3 Autism Specialist Teachers who teach students with Autism, 45 support staff including Campus Security, Health Instructional Aides, Custodians, Crossing Guards, Bilingual Aides, Office Staff, a Library Media Technician, 1.5 SAI teachers, 1.5 Speech and Language Pathologists, a full time STEPS Counselor, a part-time Psychologist, a part-time Band teacher, a part-time Occupational Therapist, and 2 full-time administrators. 


Year School Opened 

Starlight Elementary School opened its doors for the first time in August of 2018. 



Regular General TK-5 program, Dual Language Immersion Program, and Autism Program. 


At Starlight, we believe in providing our students with a well-rounded educational experience that includes extracurricular activities in addition to our rigorous curriculum. Students have the opportunity to join Starlight Superstars, Band, Early Act, Friendship Club, and the Good News Club (run by a community group.) The Boys and Girls Club Program offers before and after school care daily to students in K - 5th grades beginning at 6:30 a.m. and ending at 6:00 p.m.