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AUHSD Blue Print for the Future,

AUHSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

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Anaheim's Innovative Mentoring Experience

Anaheim's Innovative Mentoring Experience,

AUHSD Foundation

AUHSD Foundation,

P21 / STEAM

Partnership for 21st Century Learning / Science Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics,

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our school Savanna High School recognized as P21 Exemplar School. Please visit Savanna High School for detail.

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Anaheim Kindness Cookies,

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Employment

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Kindness Matters

Kindness Matters,

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AUHSD Budgets

Proposed Adopted Budget (PDF)

Education Protection Account (PDF)

Digital Technologies for Students

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AUHSD School Year Hours and Dates

District-Schools Office Hours and Dates

2017 Thankgiving Week Schedule as follow:

2017 Thankgiving Week Schedule
District Office Hours for Monday, November 20, 2017, through Wednesday, November 22, 2017: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Office will be Closed: Thursday, November 23, 2017, and Friday, November 24, 2017

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Top CEOs to Participate in Anaheim’s Innovative Mentoring Experience

Dozens of fortunate AUHSD students will be mentored by top Southern California CEOs who are members of YPO, the premier leadership organization of chief executives.

At the invitation of Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait, the CEOs are investing their time and talents in AIME, or Anaheim’s Innovative Mentoring Experience. To date, more than 1,300 AUHSD students have participated in the program, receiving career and life advice from mentors representing 30 corporations across 12 industries.

Established in 1950, YPO, or Young Presidents’ Organization, is a unique international association whose members have managed to rise to the top positions in their companies before age 45.

Worldwide, YPO’s 24,000 members employ more than 15 million people and are responsible for more than $6 trillion in combined revenue.

AUHSD students will be mentored by members of the Southern California chapter, which is comprised of leaders of significant local and national firms.

Timothy J. Ballard, former Chairman of the Southern California chapter of YPO, is president of Buchanan Street Partners, a Newport Beach-based, real-estate investment firm. He said a conversation with Mayor Tait on how his mission of kindness is working to improve the community sparked the group’s interest in participating in AIME.

“One of the most critical lessons I have learned from YPO is the importance of mentorship,” Mr. Ballard said. “Mentorship provides a foundation for success and helps to provide a vision of what can be. We hope that we can help AIME create great vision through mentorship for its student members.“

AIME took root some three years ago when AUHSD students presented the Mayor and City Council with a petition calling for the city to create mentorships, internships, and job opportunities for young residents. The mayor and the superintendent then joined forces to create AIME, which provides students with a real-world connection to local businesses.

“Mentoring our youth is powerful,” Mayor Tait said. “Everyone has had at least one mentor who has changed our lives. By partnering with YPO, our students will be better ready for college and careers by learning from some of the most successful people in our business community.”

“We are very honored that YPO is partnering with the AIME program to mentor our young leaders,” Superintendent Matsuda said. “With over 4,000 homeless youth in our District, and countless more living on the edge, our students need healthy mentoring and role models so that the pathway to career and life success is attainable. “

The city-school partnership was bolstered last summer when Orange County United Way provided 50 scholarships for students participating in the eight-week AIME internship program.

The session for the CEO mentors and the AUHSD mentees will be held March 23.

 

 

Best High Schools Bronze

2015 U.S. News “Best High School” Bronze

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as 2015 U.S. News “Best High School” Bronze Medalist (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.

Best High School Bronze 2015
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Best High Schools Silver

2015 U.S. News “Best High School” Silver

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as 2015 U.S. News “Best High School” Silver Medalist (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.

Best High School Silver 2015
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Best High Schools Gold

2015 U.S. News “Best High School” Gold

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as 2015 U.S. News “Best High School” Gold Medalist (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.

Best High School Gold 2015
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California Distinguished Schools

California Distinguished Schools

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as California Distinguished Schools (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.

California Distinguished School Awards
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California Gold Ribbon Schools

California Gold Ribbon Schools

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as California Gold Ribbon Schools (listed below). ​Gold Ribbon awardees that are also Title I schools were also recognized as Academic Achieving Schools*.​ Western High School received this honor. ​Please visit individual school for detail.

California Gold Ribbon School Awards
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P21 Exemplar / CA Democracy Schools

P21 Exemplar Schools

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as P21 Exemplar Schools (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.

P21 Exemplar Schools / STEAM
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California Democracy Schools

Anaheim Union High School District is proud to have our schools recognized as California Democracy Schools (listed below). Please visit individual school for detail.

California Democracy Schools
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