New 2015-16 Student Handbook
Please click here to review our new and updated student handbook. For questions, please call Mr. Wagner at (949) 515-3381.
New Student Info
If you've been referred and accepted to Back Bay, you should have received a phone call from Ms. Ammerman with information on how to register. If you were instructed to do "online registration", please click below. If you aren't sure of your referral status to Back Bay, please call or email Ms. Ammerman at 949-515-3383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please read our welcome newsletter by clicking here: breeze 2015.pdf Enjoy your summer!
Por favor lea nuestra carta de bienvenida, haga clic aquí: Spanish Breeze.pdf Gracias!
Minimum Wednesday Schedule
Attendance is the KEY
When it comes to success in high school, it's all about attendance. Click here for some important facts... Attendance_HS_flyer_Eng.pdf
No Bullying - Anonymous Tips
If you or someone you know is being bullied, please tell a staff member. If you prefer to remain anonymous, you may drop a note in the "bully box" in the front office or send an email to email@example.com. Every student is entitled to a safe school environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying. The district has a strong policy against bullying.
September 23, Minimum Day
Wednesday, Sept. 23 is a minimum day. Please click here to see our regular day and minimum day bell schedules. Thank you!
Welcome to our New Counselor... Joy Facer!
We have a new counselor...Joy Facer! Yes, our former attendance technician is now our counselor. Ms. Facer had served as a counselor in our district previously, was then hired as our attendance technician, and is now back to being a counselor. She has a master's degree and a PPS counseling credential, plus years of experience with our students. We are thrilled to have Joy in this new position. Please stop in and say "hi". Students and parents with counseling questions may call or email Ms. Facer at 949-515-3397 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community service means volunteering for a non-profit agency, such as a church/temple/mosque, Boys & Girls Club, Cancer Society, the Soup Kitchen, PTA or school associations, etc. High school ...more