Conley-Caraballo High School

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Conley-Caraballo High School
Address
541 Blanche Street
Hayward, California
United States
Coordinates 37°36′52.89″N 122°1′41.48″W / 37.6146917°N 122.0281889°W / 37.6146917; -122.0281889Coordinates: 37°36′52.89″N 122°1′41.48″W / 37.6146917°N 122.0281889°W / 37.6146917; -122.0281889
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Established 2005
School district New Haven Unified School District
Principal Ramon Camacho
Faculty 20 (2008-9)[1]
Number of students Approximately 150
Color(s) Black and gold
Mascot Warriors
Website

Conley-Caraballo High School (CCHS), formerly El Rancho Verde High School, is a public 9-12 continuation high school in south Hayward, California, United States. It is part of the New Haven Unified School District (NHUSD), along with James Logan High School.

The school was named after Jean Conley and Hector Caraballo. The campus opened in 2005 and was the first solar powered school in the district.

Enrollment is around 100 students, who live in Hayward and Union City.

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