Central Bay High School
Dear Students and Parents/Guardians,
Welcome to Central Bay High School! Central Bay is a continuation high school that is designed for students who are 16 years of age and older and are at risk of not receiving a high school diploma due to lack of credits, attendance issues, and/or a variety of issues that place these students at serious risk of academic failure. At Central Bay, we believe it is our role to help students become productive citizens who will contribute positively to their communities.
Central Bay staff are fully committed and focused on our main objective, which is to prepare all students for graduation. Our standards based instructional program fulfills the requirements of the state and our local school board for earning a high school diploma. Central Bay High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission.
We provide our students with several opportunities to earn credits, including: Application Courses, Online Learning Program, Internship Program, Career Technical Education (CTE)/Regional Occupation Program (ROP), Concurrent Enrollment Program, and Extended Learning Time Programs. Our students also receive several support services, including: mental health counseling, academic counseling, teen parenting support, childcare, and career/vocational guidance services.
At Central Bay High School, we are committed to providing the necessary services and programs to ensure that our students are successful in accomplishing their goals. You can assist us in ensuring high levels of success for your student in the following ways:
Ensure your student attends school every day and arrives to school on time.
Familiarize yourself with the school guidelines and policies in this handbook.
Maintain open lines of communication with our staff.
Make sure your student brings a binder with lined paper, pencils, and pens to school each day. (No permanent markers).
Thank you for joining us in preparing your student for graduation. We look forward to a productive and successful school year!
Aida Ramirez, Director/Principal