I went here to continue my high school graduation. I had come from Milpitas High School. MHS was a great school academically, but it was so large and impersonal. I had the ability - I just didn't have the support. Cal Hills was the best school that could have ever happened to me. The school may be full of rough-around-edges students, but we got along just fine. There were no clearly defined cliques or any pretentious judgments from the school faculty. I graduated in 2001 and still feel it was the best decision my parents and I made. I am not a PhD Grad Student with Penn State.
Cal Hills has a great reputation for helping students graduate. It earned a 714 STAR score which is very high for a Continuation school. The faculty and staff help students achieve. It has a excellent Special Ed program.
Without this school, I wouldn't have been able to graduate on time. I was given the second chance, other faculties denied from me. With this degree I had earned I was given the principals honor roll and was asked to partake in speaking for my class of 2007, which I happily turned down as no amount of gratitude and praise could I ever show the empowerment this school has brought to me. To help me stand. To help me grow. To help me succeed.