2015-2016 Course Catalog now available
Teacher Contact Information
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2014-2015 Serrano Single Plan for Student Achievement
Feel free to view the 2014-2015 plan
NEW! Now you may apply for Meal Benefits online with RocketScan!
Serrano Juniors take the SBAC test April 20-23
All Serrano juniors will be testing Monday, April 20 through Thursday, April 23. The testing is scheduled periods 1-4 each day. There will be no Collaboration / Late Start schedule on Thursday (Serrano will have a normal bell schedule).
For more information about the SBAC tests, please click this link.
Important information for next year's seniors
The counseling office has prepared a special handbook for seniors, as well as a PowerPoint presentation.
Reminder: Senior scholarship packets due April 20-24
Serrano seniors! Do not forget to submit your scholarship packets to the counseling office.
Serrano's annual creative publication.
Students can enter photography, art, poetry, and short stories.
Ways to submit: flash drive, CD and email.
DUE BY MAY 1, 2015 @ 2:00pm
College acceptance letters are pouring in
by Eunis Koo, Photography Editor
Graduation is around the corner and students are slowly preparing for the future, and figuring out what they want to do for their college careers. The frenzy is occurring for students all over the world this month, as they anticipate to hear back from colleges and receive their acceptance packets.
Full story here
2015-2016 Class videos
Serrano Scholarship Packets are in
Every year, Serrano's senior are given the opportunity to apply for a number of community scholarships. Students may use the electronic PDF or Word documents below, fill out their applications, print them out, and then submit the applications with attached transcripts to the counseling office. EACH application must have an attached transcript.
To get started, you may download the interactive PDF.
The applications are due to the counseling office the week of .
Attention: Serrano students face approaching deadline for college credit
Our Computer Apps I and II, EKG Technician, Emergency First Responder, Landscape Occupations, and Medical Terminology classes provide opportunities through the K-16 Bridge program for getting college credit from VVC for FREE. For students who took these classes FIRST SEMESTER, the deadline for getting this college credit is quickly approaching. Please see the attached document.
FFA puts on Best in the West Casino Night on Sat, Apr. 25
For further details, download the flyer
Library hours expanded to 6:30 am to 4:00 pm
The library will be open from starting and continuing through the end of the school year. This is a part of the RAMP UP Grant funded effort to provide students with more opportunities to access academic support services.
Tutoring available in all subjects, 6:40-7:30 AM, on Collaboration Days
Serrano High School now has peer tutoring during our Collaboration Start Days. Tutoring will be available from 6:40 am to 7:30am in the following classrooms, based on subject:
Rm. 401: Science (Principles of Physics, AP Physics, Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, Biology)
Rm. 100, Career Center, and Library: Math (Geometry, Integrated I and II, Algebra II, Math Analysis)
ISS room (located in the Dean's office): World Language (Spanish I, II and III and Sign Language I), English I, II, and III
Change in Serrano hat policy
For the past decade, Serrano has only allowed official Serrano hats per the dress code. In a recent decision by the Serrano administration, the hat policy has been updated to allow non-Serrano hats. Non-Serrano ball caps and beanies, for instance, will now be permitted. One things has NOT changed: Students will not be allowed to wear anything that portrays or refers to drugs, profanity, or violence.
Schedule of Classes now available
Student Handbook is now online
Download the student handbook from the Serrano website.
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