CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2018!

    Class of 2018, our Redcat Family. I think I will remember you as the class that was not afraid to take on the challenges that are facing your generation. Your passion and VOICE will not be forgotten by us.  You have truly set the example of what it means to be a Redcat, through your academic achievements such as this year’s Acadec Championship, your athletic accomplishments, league and valley titles, your extracurricular activities and community service, Walk UP not Out campaign, and Every 15 Minutes.  

    We have said this year, Dream it, Do it, and as you take your place among the alumni of Fowler High, continue to Dream It Do It. As 1972 alum, Kerry Nakagawa told some of you at College Signing Day, You have to think and dream anyway, so you might as well Think and Dream BIG. Follow your passion. But I want you to always remember the ones that have come before you, and continue to set the example for those that will come after you. These communities of Fowler and Malaga have given you a strong foundation. This has been your home, but as you go out into college, the military, or the world of work, always remember that you represent us all.  Carry yourselves in the true Redcat Spirit. Continue to pay if forward. Keep the Flow of Goodness coming and always be thankful.
     I know you will continue to make us all proud. Remember, behind you are all your memories, before you are all your dreams, around you are all who love you, and within you, is All you need. And so you will leave here tonight alumni of this great school, but you will always be Redcats, and that is something to be extremely proud of. Remember how you entered, and be proud of how you leave. Embrace the world, class of 2018, Mind, Body, and Spirit, and yes as we always say… Go Redcats!

Mr. Romero


Mission Statement:  In order to support our District Vision and Guiding Principles, the staff at Fowler High School accepts as its mission to provide our students with the following:

1.  A positive learning environment in a facility that is safe, clean, well-maintained, and equipped with up-to-date technology.

2.  An academically challenging curriculum, integrated with modern technology what is designed to prepare each student to make meaningful and appropriate career choices upon graduation.

3.  A positive and caring school that promotes intellectual curiosity, encourages creativity, and provides a balance between teamwork and independence.

4.  A strong sense of community awareness and responsibility, and the opportunity to participate in an active relationship between the school, family, and the community in the development of good citizens.


Expected School Wide Learning Results (ESLR's)

Effective Communicators - Students will be able to employ effective speaking, reading, writing and listening skills for a range of purposes and audiences.

 Academic Achievers - Students demonstrate college and career readiness by attaining proficiency as measured by California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).

 Technology Users - Students will use technology to engage in research and inquiry to investigate topics, and to analyze, organize, integrate, and present information.

 Responsible Citizens - Contribute to community, respect the rights and safety of others, adhere to campus rules and policies, and demonstrate positive personal character and responsibility.

         















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