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The Whittier Union High School District would like to share a concern with our families about a mobile application (app) called “Ogle”. This “app”, which is readily available, claims to be designed for students to post messages, photographs and videos relating to their schools. Students and others are able to do this anonymously and without censorship.
For more information on this, 

A combined graduation ceremony for Sierra Vista High School and Whittier Adult School will be held in the Whittier High School Auditorium, Tuesday, May 31, 2016.  The ceremony will begin at 6:00pm.
Cap and gown will be available in the Counseling Office during the following hours:
   May 24, 25, 26      9:00am - 8:00pm
   May 27                  9:00am - 2:00pm
   May 31                  9:00am - 12:00pm
This year caps and gowns will be sold for $30.00 We only accept CASH. (no checks).  There will be no refunds.
On the night of graduation, May 31, graduates should arrive at Whittier High School no later than 5:00pm.  We will assemble in the Whittier High School Library.  Leave your personal belongings at home or with family.  Give your purses, keys, etc. to y our family for safe-keeping.  There will not be anywhere to store your belongings, so do not bring them with you.
Our graduation ceremonies are vary large.  We ask you and your guest to be aware that no food, drinks, flowers, Hawaiian style leis, signs, balloons, noisemakers, or strollers are allowed in the auditorium. 
   WHEN:    THURSDAY APRIL 21st, 2016
   WHERE:  B221
   TIME:      8:30AM - 12 & 12:30 - 3:00PM
   WHO:      Any 2016 graduate or potential graduate.
No appointments, First come, first served. Cap and gown provided.  Pictures by Sanford Studio, Packages starting at $26.00 and up.
   WHEN:  APRIL 14, 2016
   WHERE:    Grassy area between 600 and 700 bldg.
   TIME:      11:30am - 1:30pm
   WHY:      Get information about Graduation & Pictures
   Lunch will be provided 
School Choice is a tenet of Sierra Vista High School, a school of choice for students in the Whittier Union High School District.  It is a school designed to respond to students who desire an alternative setting than provided by the larger, traditional high schools; who are insufficiently challenged by the regular school program; or who are likely to drop out. As a small learning community of professional educators, we work with students one-on-one to tailor a program that meets their needs and help students feel that they belong.

Title IX: Student Athletics

Sierra Vista High School offers no athletics program and fields no athletic teams. Student athletes are encouraged to remediate their credits so that they may return to their comprehensive high school to participate in an athletics program.