San Leandro Unified School District

College & Career Center (CCC)

Portable 400 (SLHS)

Conference room (Lincoln) 


attention seniors and families

The state of California now requires all high school seniors to complete a financial aid application or complete an opt-out form. 

Completing a financial aid application is helpful for students who are interested in enrolling in any post-secondary program. For students who do not plan to complete a financial aid application, an opt-out form must be completed and emailed to by May 2nd. To read more about this new state requirement, you can view this article here

Click here to view the documents needed to complete FAFSA/CADAA

state seal of civic engagement

The California State Seal of Civic Engagement is a seal affixed to graduating seniors' transcripts that signifies civic learning through academics and community engagement. Civic learning promotes the ideals of knowledge, participation in civic and democratic processes, and addressing public problems to strengthen communities.  In SLUSD, we develop students who are ready for this call: critical thinkers and communicators with healthy minds and bodies, who demonstrate ethical and cultural leadership in collaboration with each other and their communities.  We want to see our students understand how many societies work so they can practice participating and taking informed action themselves.

SLUSD Students in any grade can earn this honor. Stop by the College and Career center if you need more information. 

Click here to learn more! 

Click here to apply! 

Applications are DUE April 30!

chabot summer academy

Are you a current 9th, 10th, or 11th grader interested in taking a Chabot College class this summer?

If you are interested in enrolling in a Summer Academy course, let your counselor or Ms. Vanessa ( know. You may also register for an application support session hosted by Chabot College by scanning the QR code or clicking on the flyer.

Step-by-step instructions can be found here!

kqed youth media challenge

KQED is teaming up with the Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro to support students in telling their stories and creating photo essays. 

Sign-ups are open for high school students to participate in a Youth Media Challenge photo storytelling program with KQED and the Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro.  Over four Thursday sessions, students will produce their own photo story and publish it on KQED, the PBS and NPR public media station in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Session dates:  Thursdays - 

April 25, May 2, May 9, May 16

Time: 4-5:30 PM

Location: 2200 San Leandro Blvd.

Click here to register!

Work Permit information

Need a work permit? 

Please click on the button below to view the updated process to obtain one. 

Ms. Vanessa and Ms. Jazmin will be processing work permits.

CCC Events/Presentations

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