Staff presentation shows changing credit requirement from 220 to 190 will benefit 80 out of 83 students at risk of not graduating.
Board of Trustees considers proposal to reduce the number of credits required to finish school.
Jonathan Rivera perseveres through dyslexia and ADD.
Several car processions to take place to celebrate students and their families.
Students hope an in-person ceremony can take place after the shelter-in-place order is lifted.
Three additional staff expected to be hired in the near future.
Thousands attend first and possibly last graduation at new multi-purpose field.
A ceremony honoring students who returned to high school to earn their diploma.
June 7 ceremony will take place on the school’s new sports field.
The two best community colleges within driving distance, Foothill and De Anza, will only get five San Benito High School graduates, according to a survey of the 2018 class.
The annual, community-supported events gave the San Benito High School Class of 2018 a safe option to celebrate their graduation.
Eighty-four seniors receive diplomas at the June 14 Anzar High School commencement.
Just before 7 a.m. Friday, around 15 audio speakers blasted out recorded messages that could be heard over a block away from the San Benito High School campus.
San Andreas graduating students celebrated with classmates and school staff before the ceremony. During the commencement, they received farewell from the principal, board of education president, superintendent, and classmates.
San Benito High School students this year received more than 1,000 college acceptances from nearly 150 colleges and trade schools.