- Registration for ESL evening classes will be on Tuesday, December 11 at 5:30 pm. Space is limited, we cannot serve everyone who comes.
- Registration for ESL morning classes will be on Friday, January 11 at 9 am. Space is very limited, we cannot serve everyone who comes.
HIgh School Diploma & GED Registration
All Applicants Must Preregister ONLINE*
Step 1: Fill out your application by click on the button above.
Step 2: Enroll in one of the orientation.
Step 3: Print your confirmation.*
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.
📰 SLUSD Latest News
SAN LEANDRO, CA: Last Thursday, San Leandro High and Bancroft Middle Schools were awarded generous donations towards their sports and music programs. World Champion Brandon Crawford and Jim Foley, EVP, and president of Wells Fargo’s Pacific North region presented checks to recipients of the KNBR Step Up to the Plate for Education grants program funded by Wells Fargo at AT&T Park.
At the December City Council meeting, San Leandro High School teacher Tony Farley received the Mayor’s award for excellence for making a significant difference in San Leandro.
San Leandro Unified School District is pleased to announce the 18th Annual Inclusive Schools Week will be celebrated December 3-7, 2018, throughout the district’s classrooms, schools, and communities. This year’s theme, “Kaleidoscope of Friends”, was chosen to reflect the beauty of diversity in our students.
San Leandro Unified School District stands with other Bay Area communities in declaring the week of November 11-17 as “Bay Area Unified Against Hate Week”. “Every day our devoted staff shows their deep commitment to inclusivity, unity, and tolerance,” said District Superintendent Dr. Mike McLaughlin, “But we want to stand united with our fellow schools and communities in taking a moment to highlight the need for vigilance against the insidious increase in hate-related behavior. ”
San Leandro Unified School District is celebrating a big win for their schools today. The San Leandro community came out to support their parcel tax, Measure I, which passed last night at 72.89%. Even though the celebrations are qualified, with 15% of ballots yet to be counted, the district expressed the need to be proactive in appreciating voters who responded positively to their financial need.
January 11, 2019