SAVE THE DATE: May 20, 2017 The 5th Annual Toast to the Future Beer and Wine Tasting

High Schools Attending

Ninety-nine percent of our graduates, to date, have earned their high school diploma, and more than 80% of them have matriculated to a two- or four-year college or university.

Our 11-year commitment to our students continues long after eighth-grade graduation in June. Through our Graduate Support Program, we help our students with every step along the way to college. Our work day in and day out at the middle school level, however, is geared toward preparing our students for the next step on the journey to college and a professional career—their matriculation to high school.

Below is a list of the high schools our graduates currently attend.

Academy of Our Lady of Peace
The Bishop’s School
Cathedral Catholic High School
E3 Civic High
Francis Parker School
The Grauer School
Health Sciences High and Middle College
Helix Charter High School
High Tech High
High Tech High Chula Vista
High Tech High International
High Tech High Media Arts
Hilltop High School
John Muir School
King-Chavez High School
Liberty Charter High School
Madison High School
Mater Dei Catholic High School
Mater Dei High School/Boys HOPE Program (Orange County)
Mission Bay High School
The Preuss School at UCSD
Rosary High School/Girls HOPE Program (Fullerton)
Saint Augustine High School
San Diego High School (International Baccalaureate [IB] Program, L.E.A.D.S. Program)
School for the Creative and Performing Arts
Sweetwater High School

  • Our work day in and day out is to prepare our students for matriculation to high school, the next step on their journey to college.
  • Eighth-grade commencement signals the start of an ongoing relationship with our alumni.
  • Our High School Placement program director works with each student and each family to help discern best choices for high school admissions.
  • Our students are determined to become first-generation college students.