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To provide an environment in which all students will acquire the necessary skills to become responsible thinkers, who appreciate diversity and are productive citizens in their community.



Current 10th and 11th grade students can take Engineering and Machine Shop classes at Chabot College during the summer. College classes are weighted just like AP classes. These classes provide full transfer credits to both the CSU and the UC college systems. This is also helpful for the "Special Programs" section on the UC college application.  

A mandatory meeting for parents and students will be held at Chabot on May 17th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM 

Assistance with completing the packet will be provided in the Career Center on April 6th. Register in advance at the Career Center and pick up a packet.  Copy of the packet is also provided below.


Hello Seniors,


If you enrolled to Chabot College, please make sure you are following the steps below.



Step 1Submit an online Application for Admission

Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid by March 1, 2017

Step 3: Complete English/ESL & Math Assessments

Step 4: Complete Online Orientation

Students must complete the Chabot College Online Orientation by March 25, 2017

Step 5: Complete Title IX - Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention Training by March 25, 2017

Step 5: Participate in a Student Program Planning workshop at Chabot College

Step 6: Register for classes

Students who have COMPLETED ALL EARLY DECISION PROGRAM COMPONENTS will be able to register on Saturday, May 6th, 2017 before all other new students. Registration assistance will be available at Chabot College. Please come to building 700 between 8 and 10 am. You may also register from home.

Step 7: Get a Student ID Card

Step 8: Pay for your classes online or in person within ten business days to avoid being dropped from your class for non-payment.

Step 9: Attend Gladiator Welcome Day in August and prepare for the first day of classes!





Dear families,


      San Lorenzo Unified School District is holding its first annual School and Community Resource Fair at three different locations over the next month.  The purpose of these fairs is to connect students and families with local organizations that provide services for housing, healthcare, basic needs, after-school activities and more.  

      Please come out to either Washington Manor Middle School on Thursday, March 23; Edendale Middle School on Thursday, April 6; or Bohannon Middle School on April 13.  All three fairs are between 6:00 and 7:30 pm.  

      There will be music and dance performances, kid's activities, all families are welcome and all students K-12 are encouraged to attend!


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