We need every family to complete an application for free/reduced price school meals, either online or by completing the paper copy provided by your child’s school.
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All 7th grade students must provide proof of the Tdap booster, received on or after their 7th birthday, before the first day of school.
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Investing in the expertise of our educators and staff through high quality professional development is a key strategy in pursuit of our mission of Excellence, Equity, Engagement, and Enrichment for every student.
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The first day of the new school year is Wednesday, September 2, 2015. For a full review of the calendar, visit the News & Calendar page here.
Up-to-date BHS registration information can be found here:
Berkeley High School welcomeed back 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students in the Jacket Gym at the time listed below by last name:
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UPDATE JUNE 24: The school board approved a new three-year Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) for 2015-2018. The first year’s plan (2014-15) was revised and updated to include the […] Continue Reading »
Promotions and graduations are happening throughout the District over the last two weeks of school. We have posted the secondary celebrations below for your convenience. Please check with your school […] Continue Reading »
BUSD and BFT Joint Press Release
May 29, 2015 – Berkeley CA – The Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) and the Berkeley Federation of Teachers (BFT) are pleased to announce that […] Continue Reading »
In an effort to keep the Berkeley Community well-informed about the work of our schools and the use of local taxpayer public school resources, a Bi-Annual Report is released in […] Continue Reading »
BUSD ELL Reclassification Ceremony 2015
Earlier this month, Superintendent Evans, Board Vice President Beatriz Leyva-Cutler, and other teachers and staff gathered to recognize the achievement of 89 students who met all […] Continue Reading »