San Leandro High School is a four-year public high school in San Leandro, California, USA. The school is a member of the San Leandro Unified School District. In 2007, the School District bought land for a new building to house the freshman class to relieve overcrowding at SLHS. This move has met with some opposition due to the separation of the freshman class from the rest of the school. The freshman (9th grade) campus is named the "Fred T. Korematsu Campus", after civil rights activist Fred Korematsu who had significant connections to San Leandro. As of the 2017-2018 school year, the campus had its status removed as a 9th grade only campus and now houses the math and foreign language department for all grade levels, with some exceptions.
San Leandro High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Students are allowed to take courses either as College Preparatory(CP), Honors(H) or Advanced Placement(AP).
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San Leandro High School has art programs including those deemed Advanced Placement, with classes ranging from sculpture to creative writing. The music program features marching band, jazz band, wind ensemble, freshmen band, freshmen orchestra, advanced orchestra, choir, and Notables. The drama department puts on theater and musical productions each fall and spring.
In 2011, with funding from the voter-approved Measure B school bond, the new Arts Education Center opened. The building contains a state of the art green screen room and control room, two sound booths, five classrooms, and a 552-seat performing arts theater.
Sports available at the school include football, cross-country, tennis golf, volleyball, water polo, basketball, soccer, wrestling, track and field, swimming, badminton, baseball and softball.
San Leandro High School was recognized by the California Department of Education in 1996 as a California Distinguished School.
In 2018, the College Board Advanced Placement named the San Leandro Unified School District a District of the Year for being the national leader among medium-sized school districts in expanding access to Advanced Placement Program (AP) courses to high school students while simultaneously improving AP Exam performance. The San Leandro Unified School District was one of 447 school districts across the U.S. and Canada that achieved placement on the annual AP District Honor Roll.
In 2014, the San Leandro High School student population was measured at 39.7% Hispanic, 25.3% Asian, 15.2% Black, 16.7% White, 0.5% American Indian, 1.5% Pacific Islander and 1.9% Multi-Racial.
San Leandro High School has many clubs and organizations including:
San Leandro also has three academies in partnership with the California Partnership Academies program. These academies are:
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