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Principal's Message

Broadway High School is an alternative learning environment designed to meet the needs of students who are behind in credits and prefer a smaller learning community.

Broadway provides students with a challenging, supportive, and flexible learning environment.  We focus on academic, employment, and life skills and motivate students to envision and create their own futures.  In the Spring of 2013, Broadway received a six-year WASC Accreditation (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and has been a state-recognized model continuation high school for more than twelve years.  Continuation high schools address the needs of students who are 16 or older.

Broadway’s policies and programs assist students in earning their high school diploma by offering a variety of credit recovery options.  Flexible scheduling and varied delivery systems enable students by providing the opportunities and support they need to be successful.  The standards-based curriculum at Broadway prepares students for post-secondary education and/or employment.

Broadway High School has a site-based Young Families Program that provides educational opportunities to expecting or current young parents students of any age.  The program provides on-site daycare services for infants and toddlers and works with students to provide optimal parenting to their children.  The Young Families Program collaborates with a wide variety of community-based organizations. 

Students come to Broadway through a referral to the Child Welfare and Attendance Counselors (CWA’s), who are represented at each of the six traditional high schools and at the district enrollment centers.  Students may self-refer to the CWA’s, and parents and students are always welcome to visit the school.  Broadway has a pen enrollment policy and students may enroll throughout the year.

Programs and curricula offered at Broadway High School include:

  • Online Credit Recovery Programs
  • Regional Occupation Program courses in Child Development
  • English Language Development (ELD) courses
  • Special Education Services (RSP and SDC)
  • Work Experience
  • Counseling Services

For more information, please call Broadway High School at 408-535-6285