Calero High School
420 Calero Avenue
San Jose, CA 95123
Calero High School
At Calero High School, we believe that ALL students should graduate prepared for college and careers in a global society. The educational program at Calero is focused on collaborative learning in both classroom and online environments to provide an innovative and tailored learning experience for students. Students will access all the courses required to both graduate and gain admission to universities.
Calero's student population is small, serving 300 students, with access to a personal and supportive learning structure. Each student will have access to a personal computer and learn to use technology as a 21st century tool for learning, communicating, organizing, collaborating, and presenting. At Calero, we believe parents/guardians are an integral part of the educational process and promote both communication and partnerships between parents and staff. Calero will service students in grades 10-12.
If you are interested in applying for your student to attend Calero, please complete a Calero application and submit it to the Registrar at Calero High School. Calero applications and enrollment forms can be downloaded below or a copy can be obtained from the secretary in the principal’s office at your home school, or the Administration Office at Calero.
Click here to access application form.
School Loop is an integrated communication service that makes sharing information and working together easy in schools. Staff can access each student's workload and grades. Digital lockers help members store and share files. Every evening, assignments and grades are emailed home. With School Loop, students perform better, parents engage, staffs collaborate, and teachers are freed to do what they do best: Teach
For a preview of School Loop, click here: http://www.schoolloop.com/
The East Side High School District provides School Loop to all stakeholders. To access your school's login and/or registration page, click on following link: School Loop
School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
An annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is produced for each California school. It provides valuable information for parents, teachers, administrators and the community, including:
- Description of Facilities
- Special Programs
- Academic and Test Data
- Teacher/Staff Information
- School Safety
- Fiscal Data
The parent handbook contains important information for parents:
- Graduation Requirements
- Key District Policies
- Important Meeting Dates
- Testing Dates
- Parenting Tips
- Valuable Phone Numbers
Please take time to review the handbook with your student(s) for a very successful school year. Parent Handbook
Click on the following link to view information regarding the school library: Library