High School Diploma & GED Registration
All Applicants Must Pre-register ONLINE*
Step 1: Fill out your application by clicking on the link above.
Step 2: Enroll in one of the orientations.
Step 3: Print your confirmation (or save it on your phone).*
Step 4: You must bring your confirmation, transcript (new students) and a photo ID to Orientation.
*If you do not have access to a computer and/or a printer, you may come on campus and apply online.
Apply early; space is limited. First Come – First Served!
No children, visitors, or guests are permitted on campus.
Childcare is not available during orientation.
📰 SLUSD Latest News
The just-released 2019 California Department of Education School Dashboard for the San Leandro Unified School District shows notable areas of success for the district from the past year.
SAN LEANDRO, CA: The San Leandro Unified School Board has received a distinguished, highly competitive California School Boards Association (CSBA) Golden Bell Award for significantly increasing access and equity in Advanced Placement programs at San Leandro High School. SLUSD was one of only 52 school districts in California to receive this annual award, out of several thousand entries from across the state.
San Leandro Unified School District is pleased to announce the 19th Annual Inclusive Schools Week will be celebrated December 2-6, 2019, throughout the district’s classrooms, schools, and communities. This year, the Inclusive Schools Week’s theme is “Charting the Course for Inclusive Schools.”
The San Leandro School Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution to place a $198 million dollar bond measure on the March 2020 Presidential Primary election ballot during their board meeting on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
The recent release of the California Assessment of Students Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Summary Report has highlighted some significant signs of positive growth for San Leandro Unified students. SLUSD showed the most improvement in math scores of all school districts in Alameda County, with an overall increase of 3.1% of students meeting or exceeding California state standards. English Language Arts (ELA) scores are also on the rise throughout the district, with an overall increase of 4%.
On Friday, October 11, San Leandro Unified Superintendent Dr. Mike McLaughlin delivered his annual State of the District address to a packed house in the San Leandro High School gymnasium. With the current school year marking the end of a three-year improvement plan, McLaughlin’s speech featured impressive academic achievements and facilities enhancements.
San Leandro Unified School District has named Mr. Lawrence Simon as the new Chief Technology Officer for the district.
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) is alerting the public to possible planned power outages due to gusty winds and dry conditions that are increasing fire danger in our community. They will potentially be taking proactive measures on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week by turning off power for public safety.