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Welcome to Redwood High School

Redwood High School provides a WASC accredited alternative educational opportunity for the students of Castro Valley. Redwood is an alternative to large traditional high schools that offers students small class size, individual attention, and options for earning a high school diploma. We provide a school environment where students receive individualized attention and develop a sense of community. Our program is designed to assist students in earning a high school diploma and being college and career ready with 21 century skills. Redwood's program offers students the chance to overcome academic and/or social challenges and experience success in school. The program is designed to allow students the opportunity to make up academic and credit deficiencies in an accelerated manner. The goal of the program is for each student to graduate with a high school diploma and be prepared for life beyond high school.

News & Announcements

Classified Employees Week!

Happy Classified School Employees Week!

Classified Employees truly are the heart of our schools. Our school district (virtual or not) would not function without your support. You have continued to do great work to support schools, students, and families during these unprecedented times. Thank you! We appreciate you very much! Please stay well and be safe. Happy Classified Employees Week.
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Happy National Teacher Appreciation Week!

Happy National Week of the Teacher! Your magnificent impact on student learning and social emotional well being of our students has been highlighted more than ever in recent weeks during suspension of in-school instruction. On behalf of our Governance Team, I share with you our deepest gratitude for your continued commitment to students and families. We promise to continue our strong advocacy at the state and local level so that public education and educators like you continue to receive the attention and respect that you all deserve.
Superintendent Update

Update from the Superintendent - May 18, 2020 @ 8:30 a.m.

Last week, the much anticipated May Revise was released. Governor Newsom and his administration have been forced to make tough decisions for the revised Fiscal Year 2020-2021 budget due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The budget calls for a reduction of $12.3 billion for K-12 public education, a decrease of almost 20 percent from the proposed January education budget. These unprecedented cuts will undoubtedly impact our students and the educators who serve them. The proposed school funding reductions make the already difficult task of opening schools this fall in the midst of a pandemic that much more challenging. Click to read the full letter.

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