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Alameda High School

Alameda Unified School District

  • Contact us: (510) 337-7022

    2200 Central Avenue

    Alameda, CA 94501

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    AUSD's suspension of in-class instruction has been extended through May 1. Remote learning opportunities will begin April 6.

    Due to continued concerns about the spread of COVID-19, in-class instruction will continue to be suspended through May 1. 

     

    Formal remote learning opportunities will begin April 6. Families will receive information (including schedules and FAQs) about this on March 27. Spring break will proceed as scheduled the week of March 30 to April 3. 

     

    In the meantime, AUSD has developed both non-digital learning activities (meaning those that don't require computers or the internet) and digital learning activities (meaning those that require a digital device and internet access). These are meant to keep your students engaged while our educators are working on their plans for remote learning.  You can find those activities in AUSD's Online Learning Opportunities Portal, which you can find on the AUSD home page and your school's home page.

     

    Please continue to check your emails and text messages for important updates from AUSD, your school administrators, and your child's teachers.

     

     

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    Multimedia art students explore timeless tales

    Multimedia Art students used Photoshop composite techniques to personalize fairy tales and stories from around the world.

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    Our School

    About Us

    Alameda High School was established in 1874.  It is a public comprehensive high school serving grades 9-12.  

    School motto: Always High Standards
    School mascot: Hornets
    School colors:Gold and white

    Hornet PRIDE means our students are:

    • Prepared

    • Respectful

    • Inclusive

    • Dedicated and

    • Engaged

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    AUSD Fast Facts

    Schools

    20

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    Enrollment

    Nearly 10,000

    Local Control and Accountability Plan

    Superintendent

    Pasquale Scuderi

    Began serving Alameda children

    1855

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