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Be safe and DO NOT look directly at the sun during the solar eclipse! Please follow the safety instructions.

● Never look at the Sun directly without protective eye gear. Even sunglasses cannot protect your eyes from the damage the Sun's rays can do to them. You can be permanently blinded by even looking for 20 seconds.
● Always keep your back towards the Sun while looking at a pinhole projection.
● Do not look at the Sun through the pinhole.

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 Begins at 5:30 in the main gym

Volunteer at Turtle Bay! Here's a great opportunity to volunteer in Education, Animal Care and Horticulture. Volunteer Opportunities Workshopt Saturday, August 26th, 2017. 2_3:30 p.m. See brochure for more info.
 

              

Welcome to Shasta High School

It is an honor to welcome you to Shasta High School – the Leader of the North! Our school has been providing a rigorous and relevant curriculum for Redding student’s since 1899. We have the most diverse and highest scoring Advanced Placement program in the North state, coupled with an award winning music (instrumental and vocal) program and a highly competitive athletic program. We have a highly qualified staff that truly cares about our students’ education and a counseling staff that works tirelessly to provide academic, career, college and social counseling for our students.

Our school has been recognized three times as a California Distinguished School and we have earned a six year Western Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation. We have a full complement of Career/Technical Education courses including a Science/Technology/ Engineering/Math (STEM) pathway and a comprehensive medical pathway for students that includes: Nursing and Sports Medicine courses on our campus with the addition of Dental in the fall of 2015. We have a strong academic tradition and send students’ annually to Ivy League, University of California, California State Universities, and to 4 year private universities. We have the highest graduation rate in Shasta County and are proud of the fact that a Shasta education is an advantage for life. We look forward to partnering with families to provide the best education possible for our student’s in a safe and caring environment!

--Leo Perez, Principal

 

 

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