Peninsula High School (San Bruno)
|Peninsula High School|
|300 Piedmont Avenue
San Bruno, California
|School district||San Mateo Union High School District|
|Principal||D. Scatena |
|Faculty||17.0 (on FTE basis)|
|Grades||9 to 12|
|Enrollment||261 (2011-2012) |
|Student to teacher ratio||15.1:1|
Peninsula High School is a public alternative high school in San Bruno, California, United States It uses Crestmoor High School's building. It is part of the San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD). Its main purpose is to aid students who are behind in credits that are necessary for graduation.
All graduate must complete at least 220 credits of work in English (40), mathematics (30), social science (35), physical education (20), science (20), fine and performing arts (10), health (5), and electives (60).
The school has partnered with a local business, Culinary Twist, to construct packaging for its products.
- 261 students: 161 male (61.7%), 100 female (38.3%)
|Hispanic||White||Pacific Islander||Asian||Filipino||Two or more races||African American||American Indian||Not reported|
|2012 Academic Performance Index|
|2009 base API ||2012 growth API ||Growth in the API from 2009 to 2012|
The Child Development Center is Peninsula's on-campus day care center. This allows teen parents who are SMUHSD residents to receive an education and earn a high school diploma.
- "Peninsula High (Cont.)". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved on 2009-06-30. "Students: 257 (2006-2007)"
- "Enrollment by Ethnicity for 2011-12: Peninsula High School". California Department of Education. Retrieved November 18, 2012.
- Swartz, Angela (17 April 2014). "School, local company partner: Peninsula High School student makes crates for Culinary Twist". The Daily Journal. San Mateo. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
- Walsh, Austin (12 May 2015). "Officials plot plan for Peninsula High School: District to discuss future of alternative program". The Daily Journal. San Mateo, California. Retrieved 16 May 2017.
- "2009 Base API School Report - Peninsula High (Continuation) High". California Department of Education Assessment, Accountability and Awards Division.
- "2012 Growth API School Report - Peninsula High (Continuation)". California Department of Education Analysis, Measurement, & Accountability Reporting Division.