This place is the worst School in San Bernardino county. It throws students away at the first opportunity backpack searches are the norm and when a principal didn't like a teacher from their previous school and their child went to Sierra. Instead of helping this struggling student they kicked him out ruining his life. No chances no mercy. I had seen them help other students based on if they like him/her and screw the rest. Their business teacher is exploiting their students for money and hopefully goes to jail from it. Avoid this school if you love your child.
Sierra High School is a public high school in San Bernardino. The principal of Sierra High School is Ken Martinez, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 580 children attend Sierra High School and identify mostly as Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Unspecified. 30% of the Sierra High School students are "limited in English proficiency." 98% of the 580 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Sierra High School is 20:1. Anderson School is one of the nearest high schools.
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||1%||54229%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.7%||0.7%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||98%||83%|
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I graduated from Sierra in 2012. It was the best school I ever went to and I went to lots. I crashed out of Cajon because I got in with the wrong crowd. The teachers at Sierra --most of them anyway-- listen and care about you as a person. There are some not so good teachers there but most are great. I liked best Curry and Scott. They keep it real and don't trip on silly things. They both got to know me and made me feel like I was not a messed up person like I was taught to feel before. I give Sierra A+.
Sierra is the best thing that ever happened to me. I thought I'd never get a HS diploma. But I did with the teachers at Sierra who helped me. My favorite teachers were Miss Scott and Coach J. who always helped me.
I am a student at Sierra High School. Going to Sierra is the best decision i ever made. I messed up at Arroyo Valley High School and I had freshman credits when i was a Junior in High School....as soon i stepped onto the campus of Sierra i felt like i belonged...and now i'm a Senior at Sierra and made up all my credits only because the teachers their teach very well..and in the future i will be proud to say that i graduated at Sierra... I love being a student at Sierra High School....so to all those parents out there that want their kid to graduate should put them at Sierra High School because i know that it will be good and the teachers that teach there are very good at helping all the students that need help... the school has the best test scores out of all the high schools in the San Bernardino City Unified School District because we LEARN and WORK HARD to earn what we have....so to all those parents out their that think Sierra is a bad school....its not because if we were we wouldn't have a sports team or compete in competition for the Law & Justice class....which is the coolest class there....so Sierra is the best school i've been in.....thank you to all the teachers there )
This is the worst school I have ever seen! If you value your kids future you won't send them there!
this school the best teacher are relly their and they teach very good schools should be like sierra
Great place to learn! The teachers are excellent at teaching and they care about us and our future education.
Good place to learn and safe environment.
Being here may seem worse than any other school but because there are less students the student to teacher ratio is amazing. I have learned so much going there and it has also taught me to be independent.
I am a graduating senior at Sierra High School and I just have to say that this school is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I love the fact that it is a continuation high school because I would have never been able to be so close to graduation if I wouldv'e stayed at a regular high school. Better yet I think I wouldv'e dropped out. This school turned my life around and I am proud to be a student there.
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