School Accountability Report Card
San Dimas High
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Mr. Michael Kelly, Principal
- Principal, San Dimas High
About Our School
San Dimas High School is one of two comprehensive high schools in the Bonita Unified School District. Built in 1970, San Dimas High School is accredited by WASC and serves 1398 students. It is the only comprehensive high school in San Dimas.
Following the 2015-16 school year, 87% of SDHS Seniors went on to college. The school schedules one minimum day for parent conferencing, four for final examinations and recognizes academic achievement though various assemblies such as Renaissance, rallies, and other artistic pursuits. The district staffs San Dimas on a 31.5:1 ratio based on a five-period day.
The school offers math and reading intervention classes during the school day. The school also contracts with Mt. San Antonio College for make-up and accelerated summer school as well as offering online credit recover classes during the year.
SDHS serves the needs of all students from Severely Handicapped to English Learners to Gifted Students. Programs at SDHS include ELL, RSP, SDC, Autistic, Transition and SH classrooms. GATE students are offered accelerated and honors classes, special event field trips, and an extensive AP program.
In 1999, 2003, and 2009, San Dimas High School received recognition as a California Distinguished School. The school’s Academic Performance Index topped at 839, up 67 points in five years. The school met national AYP targets for every year from 2004, through 2011. In 2007, the school won the coveted Golden Bell from the California School Board Association for its award winning Animation Program. This four year program is articulated for college credit and provides state of the art training in all aspects of Animation. San Dimas High School has been name one of America’s top schools by Newsweek Magazine, The Washington Post and The Daily Beast.
ContactSan Dimas High
800 West Covina Blvd.
San Dimas, CA 91773-1473