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  • ANDERSON UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

    The Anderson Union High School District is nestled in one of the most scenic and nature-filled regions in California. The District consists of the communities of Cottonwood, Happy Valley and the City of Anderson. While we are a smaller district, approximately 1900 students, we strive everyday to give our students the tools necessary to be successful in the world that awaits them.

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  • Corning High School

    Corning Union High School is one of three public high schools in the county. CUHS was established in 1897. The original buildings were replaced in 1960. In 1999-2000, five permanent structure wings were modernized to accommodate increased enrollment. Construction was completed in 2001 on a 10-classroom building, gymnasium, cafeteria, multipurpose room, Library Media Center with adjoining Career Center and music complex.

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  • Hayfork High School

    At Mountain Valley Unified School District we dedicate ourselves to providing a safe and encouraging learning environment that challenges ALL students to realize their potential for life-long learning, productive employment and active citizenship in the global community.

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  • Los Molinos High School

    Los Molinos has a tradition of excellence, continuous improvement, and high standards. Our schools seek to meet the needs of all students and to prepare them for the challenges of the future. We strive to help students learn, become critical thinkers, and to become responsible members of our democratic society.

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  • Red Bluff High School

    Red Bluff High School is a public school in Red Bluff, California The institution offers courses from the ninth grade school to the twelfth grade and is a member of the Red Bluff Joint Union High School District. The campus is located at 1260 Union Street in Red Bluff.

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  • Shasta Union High School District

    The Shasta Union High School District was established in 1899. The District offices are located at the site of the 1927 Shasta Union High School. This historical building was constructed after the original school was outgrown. Currently named the Shasta Learning Center, this site houses various high school programs, one of our two charter schools and the David Marr Auditorium, used widely by all our schools and the community. Other District sites include three comprehensive high schools and other alternative education programs. Phone: (530) 241-3261 Website: http://www.suhsd.net/

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  • SHASTA-TRINITY ROP

    ROP offers a wealth of opportunities for career exploration and training. A state-funded program, ROP is FREE to high school students who earn both high school credits and valuable work experience. Our classes are also open to adults where space is available at very affordable fees. Browse our many programs and select those that most interest you. Then call or email and we’ll help you get started on the road to a satisfying career.

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  • Trinity High School

    Trinity High School is located in the small mountain town of Weaverville, California, in the heart of the Trinity Alps. Students travel from as far away as Coffee Creek, Salyer, Buckhorn Mountain, and Browns Creek. Our student population is just over 300. The campus resides on 23 acres and contains twenty-six classrooms, a library, career center, gym, computer labs, and cafeteria. Red and white are the school colors, and the wolf is our mascot. THS has many extra and co-curricular activities including ASB, athletics, FFA, FBLA and a wide range of clubs.

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