New High School

Community Meeting:

Monday, Dec. 3, 2007
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A. Warren McClaskey Adult Education Center auditorium 5241 J St

District staff will share the same information presented at previous meetings.

Attached maps demonstrating the approximate number of students per the 2007/08 CBEDS in the Sacramento High Boundary area.

  • Elementary students in the boundary area (4th-6th grades)
    • 4th Graders (431)
    • 5th Graders (515)
    • 6th Graders (497)
  • Middle school students in the boundary area (7th-8th grades)
    • 7th Grades (518)
    • 8th Graders (469)
  • High school students in the boundary area (9th-12th grades)
    • 9th Graders (357)
    • 10th Graders (355)
    • 11th Graders (302)
    • 12th Graders (248)

Join us and share your input on placement of a new small high school.

Monday, October  22

Oak Park Community  Center
Located at 3425 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Monday, October 29

Oak Park Community Center
Located at 3425 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Tuesday, October 30

Dr. Ephriam Williams Family Life Center (Changed from St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church)  
(next to St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church)
4036 14th Avenue
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Background

  • New High School Site Advisory Committee
  • On August 3, 2006 the Sacramento City Unified School District Board of Education approved Resolution Number 2464 to establish a comprehensive high school (500-800 students) to open no later than September 2008.
  • The new school will be located, if at all possible, within the previous Sacramento High School attendance area, but will definitely be located within 2 miles of the boundaries of that attendance area.
  • The new school will offer a non-vocational, college preparatory curriculum that meets University of California “a-g” course requirements for admission.
  • The new school will offer a non-vocational, college preparatory curriculum that meets University of California “a-g” course requirements for admission.
  • The new school will have a relationship with the District’s closest comprehensive high school whereby all students in the new school will be allowed to participate in the extracurricular activities, including all interscholastic sports, of that comprehensive high school on an equal basis with the students of that comprehensive high school, to the extent permitted by California Interscholastic Federation rules.
  • No decision has been made as to the location of the new school; the Board is asking for input and will consider the input at future Board meetings.