Foothill High School opened in 1965, moving to the current site in 1972. Unlike most continuation school sites in the state, Foothill’s campus was intended to be a small, flexible and supportive continuation site from the very beginning. It is an alternative setting for students experiencing difficulty in the traditional school.
Small class size of 20 students to each teacher and team teaching strategies, used regularly and well, promote individualized attention. Student support includes a child development center that provides day care for any student enrolled in the Family Learning Center program.
Foothill is a school for all students who are down credits and want to earn their high school diploma. Foothill is committed to giving all students the necessary skills and academic background to be successful with their academic studies. These skills will give students the opportunity to gain employment or continue their education at the college level. Staff encourage and support students in the classroom and also with CEOS (Credit Earning Opportunities).
Foothill is dedicated to equity and success for all students and eagerly looks forward to providing the best learning opportunities possible.
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 enter the school library: Library