Sierra Remains A Top School In Country!!
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SHS Recognized Again!
2015- Sierra High School named
Sierra High School is proud to announce that they were top scorers on the new CAASPP academic state testing. English, in particular, saw students in grade 11 as the top scorers for all high schools in Fresno county. For 11th grade math, they were the second highest high school scoring group in Fresno county. Along with our recent recognition in US News and World Reports and the Business Council academic recognition, it is clear to see that our teachers, students, and support programs are helping us all succeed and prepare kids for success after high school in college and/or careers! Way to go Chieftains!
Fantastic student body, experiences and talented teachers, and dedicated support staff: All the pieces are in place for another amazing year! Follow us on Twitter @SierraUnified as well as this webpage and we will keep you updated on the many accomplishments of our Chieftain family.
Congratulations to our students who participated in Fresno Fair. There were a number of award winners from this event. Chasen Farris won the Chalk Art competition, beating all other teams and individuals. Below is a picture of Chasen's work and our Chalk Art participants.
Novice Parliamentary Procedure Team Takes First in State!!
Congratulations to Sierra FFA and the Parliamentary Procedure speaking teams. The Advanced team took fourth in California at the recent state conference and the Novice team took FIRST!!!! Way to Go Chieftains. Novice team included Macy Meyers, Cody Hall, Kennedy Newton, Kat Marsh, Taylor Collins, Shane Wyman, and their coach Bob Actis.
Casey Jones Goes To Wrestling Nationals w/ Coach Smithson
Chieftain Casey Jones recently took Nationals by storm placing in the top 24 of the NATION! Coach Russ Smithson was at his side for the journey through the season and at Nationals. Thank you to the community for their support in helping Casey make the trip.
Digital Video Offers Career Training For Chieftains
Whether its news casting, marketing, entertainment industry, or just for family fun- digital video skills come in handy in the future. They are also fun to learn, as James Chance, our teacher shows students in his Digital Video and Advanced Digital Video classes. Mr. Chance comes to us as a photojournalist who continues to work for local news stations and the Grizzlies baseball team. He's is our own super hero, and by day he is a mild-mannered teacher who passes on the art to our high school students. Take a look at some of the fun and interesting project clips, and sign up for the class next year!