It is the mission of Black Rock High School to produce:
- Self-directed learnerswho demonstrate competence in reading, writing, listening, and speaking; mathematics; and the use of computers
- Critical thinkerswho are analytical, reflective, and creative
- Productive citizenswho accept responsibility for themselves and accept their roles in family, school, and community
- Lifelong learnerswho set, pursue, and accomplish realistic personal, educational, and career goals
order to meet this end, it is vital that the staff of BRHS work
together with parents and community members to create an environment
that is conducive to learning and provides the tools to ensure our
students’ success on the California and Core Standards and in life.
Black Rock High Schoolshares
the responsibility with parents and students of planning, reviewing,
and improving Title I programs on our site. We are required to provide
timely notification of Title I programs to parents and students, as well
as to inform parents of their right to be actively involved in the
education of their children. We will host informational meetings and
Site-based Management Meetings regarding the nature of our Title I
status, funding for programs, curriculum, assessment and overall student
proficiency levels four times a year.
parents are welcome to attend these meetings, but they are in no way
meant to be the only way parents can have input into the school’s
programs. Parents are encouraged to stop by the school, call, or email
at anytime if they have ideas they wish to share, have any concerns they
would like to express, or have any questions.