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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.

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.

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Schedule of Classes now available
Posted by: David Carroll
Published: 2/20/15

Student Handbook is now online

Download the student handbook from the Serrano website.

 

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Posted by: David Carroll
Published: 8/19/14

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