Esteban E. Torres High School is a public high school founded in 2010 in East Los Angeles, an unincorporated section of Los Angeles County, California.
The school was originally known as East Los Angeles Area High School #2. In 2006 the school was named Esteban E. Torres High School, after retired U.S. Representative Esteban Edward Torres. The school opened on September 13, 2010 with students in grades 9-12.
The school is sited on 12.15 acres formerly occupied by Hammel Street Elementary School and commercial and housing developments. The buildings were designed by Langdon Wilson Architects.
The school is composed of five smaller schools:
Soccer, cross country, basketball, wrestling and volleyball are offered for both boys and girls. Additional sports for boys include baseball and football, and for girls they have a softball team.