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San Dimas High School, one of two comprehensive high schools in the Bonita Unified School District, is nestled in the San Gabriel Foothills of Southern California. San Dimas High School provides an academically challenging educational program resulting in high student achievement. This high level is achieved in part through strong support for education in our community. This web site is part of a continuing effort to make school information available to all stakeholders. Please take this opportunity to explore San Dimas High School and its many fine programs.

Awards
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San Dimas High School has been recognized as among the Best and Most Challenging High Schools in the US.
A California Distinguished School logo with blue, red, and white squiggly stripes and a gold star US News Best High Schools logo  Newsweek logo honoring SDHS as one of the top 5% of high schools  Washington Post logo that says America
California Distinguished School 
CA Department of Education
Best High Schools
US News & World Report
Top 5% of High Schools
Newsweek
America's Most Challenging High Schools
Washington Post
 

Mission Statement
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Our vision is to be an inclusive and caring community of inspired, well-rounded, educated learners, that will pursue their purpose.

Vision Statement
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Our vision is to be an inclusive and caring community of inspired, well-rounded, educated learners, that will pursue their purpose.

Expected School-Wide Learning Results
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The expected school-wide learning results detail what students should know, be able to do, and understand by graduation.

Scholastic
  • Develop critical and analytical thinking skills
  • Collaborate and communicate ideas effectively
  • Formulate logical arguments and evaluate claims
  • Produce and apply solutions to future situations based on data and relevant information
  • Utilize technology to access, organize, evaluate and present information
 
Dynamic
  • Engage in activities that promote a healthy balance
  • Challenge themselves to be engaged and enthusiastic lifelong learners
 
Honorable
  • Develop a work ethic that will benefit future employment or scholastic endeavors
  • Demonstrate integrity and ethical behavior
  • Accept responsibility for learning
 
Socially Responsible
  • Respect diversity: beliefs, culture, physical, economic, age, intellect, gender, and religion 
  • Participate in and promote community, social, civic, cultural, or philanthropic contributions