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Vision Statement & School Profile

Vision Statement

 

Carlsbad High School will provide a supportive, engaging and challenging education for every 9th through 12th grade student.  Standards-based instruction and materials will be used to promote high levels of student learning in academic areas that include the arts, technology, and vocational skills.  Remediation for at-risk students and extensions for advanced learners will be provided.  Students, staff, and the larger community will work together to develop an environment where diversity is celebrated.  These opportunities will promote supportive, engaging, and challenging avenues that will lead students toward rewarding careers, life-long learning, and a successful quality of life.

CHS School Profile: 2014-2015

 

Carlsbad High School: Home of the Lancers

Carlsbad High School, a California Distinguished School, celebrates over 50 years of excellence. Our focus is to serve every student by providing a supportive, engaging, challenging education.  We utilize standards-based instruction and materials to promote high levels of student academic achievement and the learning of essential life skills.  The CHS staff of 110 teachers, all of whom teach in their credentialed area and 50% of whom hold Masters Degrees, serve a student population of 2700, in grades 9 through 12.  In addition, the staff consists of three administrators, 5 1/2 counselors, two school psychologists, an activities director, and an athletic director.  More>