Campbell Union High School District

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Every student who attends Campbell Union High School District (CUHSD) will graduate ready for college and career and will be equipped with the skills, knowledge, and aptitude necessary for 21st-century success.
Campbell Union High School District (CUHSD) prepares high school and adult education students for success in college, careers, and democratic citizenship by providing an engaging, relevant, and rigorous curriculum coupled with a rich and comprehensive extracurricular program in a safe learning environment, while integrating technology and a growth mindset into the learning process. CUHSD enhances each student’s life skills by promoting critical thinking, problem-solving, and innovation, so that all students can achieve their maximum potential. Every student who attends CUHSD be equipped with the skills, knowledge, and aptitude necessary for success in college and career in the 21st-century.
Equity. Excellence. Opportunity. Engagement. We believe all students can learn and be successful. We value and encourage moral and ethical behavior; respect, understanding, and acceptance of others; sound decision-making and acceptance of personal responsibility; active citizenship and global awareness; and the expression of each student's potential.
Strategic Plan (2014-17)
Campbell Union High School District developed a strategic plan to focus district personnel and resources in such a way so as to provide the most for our students in terms of safety, quality of education and breadth of experience. This strategic planning process involved teachers, administrators, school employees, students, parents, representatives from each of our partner elementary districts, and members of the local business community. The plan was adopted by the CUHSD school board on May 1, 2014.
Areas of Focus
Common Core Implementation
Closing the Opportunity Gap
College & Career Preparation
Professional Growth
  • Commit time, resources, and professional development

  • Support collaborative curriculum development and assessment processes

  • Integrate 21st-century literacy and technology skills across all content areas

  • Seek active stakeholder involvement

  • Assess and reflect upon ongoing data-driven initiatives
  • Employ data-driven metrics to direct appropriate resources to specific sites and for district-wide initiatives

  • Enhance early intervention to support student success

  • Reduce suspensions and expulsions

  • Increase attendance and graduation rates

  • Increase student engagement

  • Expand adult learning programs
  • Expand online credit recovery and blended learning options

  • Provide additional counseling and early intervention services

  • Expand learning options and Career Technical Education pathways

  • Provide multiple, post-secondary options

  • Employ community and corporate partners in career awareness and planning

  • Ensure regular, frequent, and common collaboration

  • Share best practices for instruction and evaluation of student work across the district

  • Supply professional development in areas of targeted need