___Let me try and help but my case study of your drive really depends on traffic in the rear nad how good a handle you have on those lights.
Accelerate for ~ 1 block and FAS the rest of the way to the first sign -->
1/4 mile stop sign
Accelerate for ~ 1 block and FAS the rest of the way to the second sign -->
1/4 mile stop sign
Roll the second sign into the third if it were me Otherwise, a short pulse to < 7 mph and FAS to the third sign -->
not even 100 feet, another stop sign turn left
Accelerate ~ ½ way up the Incline and FAS over the crest and down the other side if traffic is clear. If there is traffic, bring up the ICE and accelerate as needed at the crest to clear traffic and FAS into the right turn -->
small incline up, then small incline down, I must merge from the very left lane to the very right lane (which is coming from the freeway so they are driving super fast) so that i can turn right.
Accelerate ~ ½ way up the Incline and FAS over the crest and down the other side. Try and hold your FAS through the light. If it’s red, hold your FAS to a stop -->
up a small incline, then down again for 200 feet until stoplight
A quick pulse or hold the FAS from the last segment all the way into this next light -->
another one 200 feet another light greets me
Slow to medium speed P&G (maybe 2 pulses max) over the next ½ mile to the light. Use the descent to increase your Glide distances. Rabbit or Anticipate time the upcoming light with the slowest approach speed possible -->
now going for about 1/2 mile we are greeted with another light. (on the way there are small up and downs)
Quick Pulse and FAS all the way to the light. If its green maintain your momentum around the corner and only go ICE-On when traffic forces you too -->
another 1/3 of a mile and im greeted by a light on which i have to turn left on. Before I approach this light I get a small incline boost!
Quick Pulse and FAS all the way to the light -->
A beautiful 1/3 mile flat towards the night light.
Slow speed P&G (even up the incline) and FAS to any stale Greens or Reds -->
A couple of lights as I travel 1/4 up a small incline again.
FAS and keep your glide until a red light catches you -->
Then after the 2nd light the incline drops and I'm greeted by two more lights! on the 2nd light I have to take another right.
Quick pulse up maybe ½ of the first incline and FAS all the way to that upcoming light -->
road dips for 100 feet, then up 100 feet and down again to be greeted by a light.
Slow speed P&G and FAS into your school parking lot -->
Take my left on that light and school parking lot is to my right!
___I cannot guarantee this scenario will work in all traffic situations in your drive of course but from your description, I would probably be running the techniques as I described them above. Again, it really depends on traffic from behind? If I am coming into a red light, I don’t care how far I back drivers up behind me. As long as the light is still red when I am crawling up to it, who cares. If it’s a green, I won’t hold the traffic up behind me to much if at all.
___I hope this helps but you must not only be cognizant and responsible for your own safety as well as those around you. Over 10 miles, I bet you could find a ton of alternates to get out of the higher speed merges/crosses and really pump up that segment FE.
___Another note. Your scenario sounds like a really great low speed P&G commute. I pictured TBaleno and myself in his HCH-I last year crossing the major intersections of Chicago when we punched out a touch over 100 mpg’s for the last 10 miles of an 80 - 85 mile commute. I had to back calculate the actual with his HCH-II’s aFCD sitting at 79.x as we left the Interstate to 82.x when we pulled into his parking spot at the front of his home. I sure would like to see the video of your commute after you have optimized it for max FE …