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GOLDEN SIERRA JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Fall Team Pictures will be on Thursday September 8th
Monday, August 22, 2016
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If you enjoy being outside and learning about our forests and watersheds, IF you want to meet new people and work with an amazing team come join us. Both WES and the Forestry Challenge look great on college applications! Both are open to grades 9-12.
Come to our first informational meeting on Wednesday August 24th in Room 304 at lunch to learn about both exciting opportunities!
There will be a meeting during Flex Period in the Career Center on Tuesday, 8/22 for all students interested in joining the Academic Decathlon team. Come by and satisfy your curiosity if you don't know what the Academic Decathlon team does!
Anime club meets after school in Mr. Bryant’s room (302) on Thursdays each week starting this Thursday 8/25. It starts at the end of school and goes until 5:00pm. If you have any questions, please come talk to Mr. Bryant.
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The Golden Sierra faculty, administration, and staff aspire to offer our students an educational experience that is . . .
We challenge our students to be creative and critical thinkers
We engage our students in solving real-world problems through meaningful,
project-based learning that connects to multiple disciplines
We support our students through multiple means to ensure their academic success
We provide our students with a collaborative school environment grounded in trust and respect
Golden Sierra Graduates will be:
Greetings and welcome to Golden Sierra!
We recognize that your children are our most precious asset. Our entire staff is dedicated to providing our students with the best teachers, instruction, and educational experiences. We provide excellence in education for the 21st Century.
Golden Sierra affords unique educational opportunities utilizing our grade seven through twelve configuration. Our seventh and eighth grade students have access to many of the same educational opportunities that are traditionally limited to high school students and enter their ninth grade year already familiar with the rigors of high school. We work hard to maintain a fully integrated seven through twelve program that is safe and welcoming for all students.
In addition to rigorous academic programs, we recognize that not all students plan to go on to college and that it is important to offer a balance of career and technical education courses. Our course offerings represent the need for students to be college AND career ready.
Golden Sierra has the great fortune to operate in a very generous and tight-knit community. We are able to draw upon a vast network of people and partnerships within our rural setting to improve the lives of our students and families.
As a "small" (approximately 500 students) seven through twelve school, we know we have to be creative and innovative in order to meet the needs of all learners. Instructional technology, online learning, and flexible learning plans are among the ways we are able to offer an exceptional and comprehensive educational experience. We look forward to working with you and your children to develop a six-year educational program, combined with a host of extra-curricular and co-curricular opportunities.
As always, we welcome your questions and input. Feel free to contact us at (530) 333-8330 to find the right point of contact. Thank you for taking the time to review our website.
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