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Santee was the homeland of the Kumeyaa People. The original residents of the greater san Diego area. A Native American tribe whose very history may date back more that 12 thousand years. In the late 18th century Spaniards entered their territory and install went about seizing and confiscating lands. They introduced the Kumeyaa to a number of invasive species, that ultimately brought about the degradation of their local ecology, as well as a Mission System meant to win them over to the Catholic faith and away from their pagan beliefs.
The original settlers of the area, fearing the Conquistadors retreated into the Banks of The San Diego River. There they formed a final village, to ward off the Spaniards, called Sinyeweche, what is presently referred to as Santee.
After the American-Mexican war and the opening of the frontier by the railroad, Milton Santee, the second husband of Jenie Blodgett - heiress to her first husband’s vast fortune - started developing the county and the lands. They rapidly decided to christen the area Santee.
One of Santee’s most peculiar qualities is that fact, that despite being a growing suburban community (with upscale housing, a major business park and even a Sportplex) its still retains a sizable portion of vacant land suitable fro development.
Santee has a semi-arid climate, abbreviated "BSk" on climate maps. An area that receives precipitation potential below average and is at the same time the owner of an ecosystem whose summers are mostly hot and dry, while its winters are mild and tame. Humidity not being an issue in Santee.
Santee has an army of activities to captivate its residents. A linear greenbelt, the San Diego River bisecting the city, that includes parks, trails, hiking paths and dozens of other opportune spots for outdoor fun.
Santee also has a 15 acre Sportplex with all types of fields and restaurants. A rock climbing venue called Santee Boulders. A golf course designed by the legendary Pete Dye. And, finally, a 10 week series of free concerts originated each summer by the City’s Service Department.
Big Box stores, open air shopping malls, traditional shopping pavilions, boutiques and souvenir shops, Santee offers the hungry shopper a bourgeoning catalogue of means to happily max out a credit card.
Santee has all the culinary options and eating establishments any cosmopolitan traveler or jet-setter has become accustomed to. Pizza? Simply name your topping. Sushi? So fresh it practically swims down your gullet. Bbq? Spicy and heart stopping. Indian? Paprika flown straight from Kali. You name it, Santee has it.
Aside from its Sportplex, which after a certain hour (given its many restaurants and bars) becomes a raucous place to hang out, Santee also manages to wake up, come sundown, some of the best taverns and pubs this side of San Diego. Establishments of all class and, above all, establishments that mold themselves to your budget. Dive bars, posh wine taprooms, brewhouse, honky-tonk saloons, English pubs, and many more, Santee likes its firewater and its citizens are blessed on account of its taste.
Santee (according to the last Census reading) has a population of 53,413. The population density was 3,231.6 people per square mile. the grand majority White opposite sex couples and a broad age median that doesn’t adhere to any one group.
Santee has several school districts with in its borders. This allows it to include a series of educational academies inside its neck of the wood. From kindergarten to high school, your tikes scholarly pursuits will be taken care off. As an added bonus, in 2013, The San Diego Christina Collage moved its campus, from el Cajon, into Santee. The college offers 15 degree programs within its curriculum.
Chet F Harritt Elementary School - 8120 Arlette St - 619-258-4800.
Prospect Avenue Elementary School - 9303 Prospect Ave - 619-956-5200.
Montessori Discovery School - 8559 Fanita Dr - 619-449-1187.
Genaveve's PlayHouse Preschool - 8835 Olive Ln - 619-390-5555.
Door To the Future Preschool - 8964 N Magnolia Ave - 619-258-5721.
Santee has a large series of iconic spots that pepper its landscape. Parks, distilleries, a Sportplex, and even a historical society. Plus, its many prominent mountains offer sweeping views of the county and stunning sunsets; hills forming a natural barrier around the city on its northern and western side.
Woodglen Vista Park - 10250 Woodglen Vista Dr - 619-258-4100.
Shadow Hill Park - 9161 Shadow Hill Rd – 619- 258-4100.
BNS Brewing and Distilling Co - 10960 Wheatlands Ave #101 - 619-956-0952.
Santee Historical Society - 9200 N Magnolia Ave - 619- 449-2024.
KCBQ Monument - 9416 Mission Gorge Rd.
Santee is the sort of district that is always evolving. The sort of spot were a savvy investor would like scratch his or her chin and instantly see potential; knowing full well that the area is going places, that has the potential to grow. A perfect spot to raise a family, to edge out a future or simply to get in on the ground floor of some new development or business venture.
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