Students will graduate prepared and motivated to succeed in their choice of career and higher education and to contribute to the common good.
Mount San Jacinto High School
Mount San Jacinto Continuation High School is an alternative continuation school, serving approximately 350 students. Enrollment is voluntary and open-entry/open-exit. As students become credit deficient at the high school, they are brought before a district panel to determine whether or not placement at the continuation school is appropriate. The purpose of the school is for students to make up credits quickly so that they can graduate and get a diploma or return to their home high school to graduate. The small size of the school is meant to provide an atmosphere in which students who are at-risk can connect with staff. Establishing relationships between students and staff is a way to make sure that students are successful in school.×
Milt Jones, Ed.D., Principal
30-800 Landau Boulevard
Cathedral City, CA 92234
(760) 770-8568 (Fax)
MSJHS Mission Statement
Mt. San Jacinto High School's mission is to welcome all students, and accept them at their various levels of academic and social/emotional performance. It is the mission of our school community to empower students to overcome obstacles, to develop the attributes that lead to resiliency, and to acquire the skills that will allow them to persevere in achieving their goals. MSJHS seeks to instill within students a sense of personal responsibility, respect for diversity, and the self-discipline that will help them be better community members, effective employees, and life-long learners.
Each student at Mt. San Jacinto High School will be:
|by being selft-directed, able to adapt to and manage complex situations, developing creativity through curiousity and positive risk-taking, and by demonstrating higher-order thinking skills and sound reasoning;|
|by learning to plan and manage daily routines, demonstrating effictive use of real-world tools, and producing relevant higher-quanlity products;|
|by developing effective communication skills, especially in a team, developing a sense of personal, social and civic responsibility, and being an interactive communicator in a digital world;|
|by demonstrating literacy skills, including scientific, economic, visual and informational technology literacy; and demonstrating multicultural literacy and global awareness.|
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