High Country, Hesperia, CA
High Country is a neighborhood in Hesperia, California, its population size is included in the surrounding Hesperia region, with population demographics being regionally isolated. In the local High Country Population, the average age of residents is 34 years of age, with 48% of the population being female. 77% of residents have a high school diploma, with 14% of those individuals having a college degree. Average household earnings are approximately $70,000 a year, with 20% of people living in poverty. Average wages are just above $44,000, with most people working in wholesale trade and information services; this supports and economical market. Homes in High Country, Hesperia typically sell for between $175 thousand to over $4 million in the current market, with 4% of properties being sold above their asking price.
The overall climate in High Country, Hesperia is cold and semi-dry, the annual 8.82 inches of rain, and the potential for 1.64 feet of snow prevents desert conditions in the area while inhibiting the formation of standing bodies of water. There are more days of sunshine compared to averages across the United States. The average canopy covering is 0%, with few overhead trees in the area. The average temperature in High Country, Hesperia is near 61.5°F, with highs nearing 75°F and lows of approximately 48°F. The region is susceptible to earthquakes, having six earthquakes registering as greater than five when considered with the Richter Scale. The air quality in the area is moderate, with a great overall environmental health standing. High Country's elevation is 3,635 feet above sea level.
The top-rated elementary school in the area is Mesquite Trails Elementary School and is apart of the Hesperia Unified School District. This school offers education for students in pre-school to grade 6, currently having approximately 900 students enrolled Staff at the school are encouraged to prepare current students for the future by enhancing their work ethic, commitment, and academic success. The High Country neighborhood and surrounding Hesperia area support other elementary and secondary public schools as well as private institutions. High Country, Hesperia contains Malibu Park on Muscatel St, a 12.8-acre area for recreational activities. The park provides basketball courts as well as baseball and soccer fields that can be rented out for events or otherwise used when available. There is a playground on-site as well as picnic areas for small gatherings and groups, although overnight stays are not permitted. Licensed and leashed dogs are welcome at the park.