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San Antonio High School

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    Immigration Resources

    Claremont Unified School District is committed to providing a safe space for learning for each and every student, regardless of immigration status. Click here for information

    Additional information can be found at this website:  http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

    For information regarding DACA, please click here:  https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

    Recursos Inmigración

    Claremont Unified School Distrct se compromete a proveer un lugar seguro para la educaión de todos y cada uno de sus estudiantes, independientemente de sus condiciones migratorias. Para información haga click aquí

    Puede obtener más información en el sitio web: http://www.lacoe.edu/Home/ImmigrationIssues.aspx

    Para más información acerca de DACA: https://www.acsa.org/Advocacy/education-is-a-right

    Happenings

    Welcome To San Antonio High School! We offer...
    • A rigorous set of courses that are UC/CSU (A-G) and NCAA-approved
    • An Early College partnership with Citrus College, where students earn both high school AND college credit
    • Online/blended learning for Credit Recover/Acceleration
    • A 1:1 iPad experience, where every student and staff member has an iPad
    • A 3-time California Model Continuation School
    • A 6-Year WASC accredited education
    • A project-based, interdisciplinary coursework
    • Block Scheduling
    • Extra-curricular sports in the Inland Valley League (4 sports and 5 schools represented)
    • Associated Student Body, Renaissance, Student Government, Clubs, and Yearbook

     

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    Our School

    About Us

    San Antonio High School provides a warm, stimulating environment where students are actively involved in learning, while simultaneously preparing for their futures, and being challenged to meet their potential.  It is our goal to prepare students to reach their educational, personal, and career goals when they leave our school.

    It's all about the students…

    Education is not a service that can be delivered to students; it is something that happens within individuals as they engage with academic content, learn to do important things in the world, and make meaning of their own lives.

    It is best and most effectively supported by strong, mutually accountable relationships between teachers, families and the students themselves.

    All other activities should work to support these relationships and the focus on the student's success.