Home Page Logo
Our Commitment to Academic Excellence History of San Lorenzo High School School Policies Attendance Information Student & Community Health Center Bell Schedule Contact Us Alumni News
Graduation Requirements Departments Counseling Special Programs Library Procedures
Campus Life The Arts at SLz Newspaper Yearbook Kitchen and Farm Peer Support Clubs
School Calendar Academic Parent Events Parent Groups and Councils ELD/ELL Information Counseling Services
Bay Area Digital Arts Green Engineering & Technology Law, Leadership & Culture Small Learning Communities
Welcome to SLz Extended Day Library Study Center Link Crew Sheriff Explorers Post 1853 Youth Court SLz Class Committees IGNITE Women Leaders Project Eat at SLZ XD Robotics
SLz Rebel Staff Common Core

Log In To See Grades

School Documents & Calendar

SARC English
Hardcopies of this report are available at your request.

SARC Español
Copias de este informe están disponibles a su solicitud.

School-wide Learning Outcomes

School Calendar : This calendar includes events, activities, games, exam days, holidays, etc. for the school year.

Parent Teacher Student Association Calendar

San Lorenzo High School: Our Mission

The mission of San Lorenzo High School is to challenge students to reach their highest level of academic achievement, to provide opportunities and support for social and emotional growth, and to build connections to future education, assisting them to become successful members of the 21st century society.

Rebel Record Logo

Get Your Rebel Gear

Webstore Buttons-11.png

New T-Shirt Designs!

Rebel Love-Pride Image.jpg

New Rebel Gear On Sale Now!

New Rebel Gear On Sale Now!

Now available, Rebel Love (women's cut) and Rebel Pride (men’s cut) t-shirts.  Cost is only $15, and $3 from each item sold goes directly to our Rebel Scholar program. These stylish shirts are available now in the SBO, so you can look great and support SLZHS at the same time.  

Free and Reduced Meal Online Application

Meal Applications.png


Visit GoFundMe and donate!

The News at SLz


 Boys Soccer at Encinal

Matches at 4:00/6:00

Boys Soccer vs Hayward

Matches at 3:30

Girls Soccer at Hayward

Boys Basketball vs Mt. Eden

Games at 4:00/5:30/7:00

Girls Basketball at Mt. Eden

St. John’s Cheerleaders in Attendance, will perform at ½ time of JV and Varsity Boys

Boys Soccer vs Piedmont

Release at 2:30

Girls Soccer at Arroyo

Release at 1:45, Bus at 2:10


Boys Basketball at Hayward

Release at 1:40, F/JV bus at 2:00

Varsity Bus at 5:15

Girls Basketball vs Castro Valley

Game at 6:00

Boys Baseball Scrimmage vs Livermore Valley

 at 11:00 am


College Week starts off with

Community College Day!


State College Day


Come out to the block and watch some lunch time games as students play trivia!

Public University Day

During lunch, there will be a ramen noodle eating contest, go watch and cheer for your friends and see who eats it faster!

Private University Day

At lunch come and dance with us as

DJ Strawberry puts on a concert and hands out prizes during the 99.7 NOW School Takeover!



See Counseling office for more information.


Greetings African-American Families of San Lorenzo High School –

In conjunction with our school’s PTSA and in support of the initiative of the African American Educational Regional Alliance (AAREA) Parent Network, I am inviting you to a very important special event:  “Black to School”  - a special, intentional event just for you. 

The event is Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016 from 8 AM – 1130 AM, starting in our school Library. 

You will join me in the Library for a continental breakfast and short talk, and then you will be able to visit your child’s classrooms.  I really hope you will come so we can show our school that, “Yes, African-American families do care about education, are concerned about our children, and we are present in our children’s lives.”  It is time to ensure that we are seen and heard in our schools, helping to guide the agenda set for educating our children. 

If you want to come and are concerned about work, I can even give you a letter to give to your job to excuse you from work, per the Family School Partnership Act (Labor Code 230.8, allowing parents to miss 40 hours of work per year for their child’s education). 

What is critical is that you RSVP and let us know you are coming so we can be ready for you.  There are 201 African-American families, so that is a lot of people to prepare for and we want to host you well; we can only do that if we know in advance.  Please let me know if you will attend by calling my office at 510.317.3100 or you can email me at tscruggs@slzusd.org.  I will need your name and your child’s name.

Lastly, I would love for us to take a group picture as a visual of our commitment and support to our children and their education.   While this is optional, I hope you will be a part of this historical moment.

So, I hope to see you on February 10 at 8 AM.

This is a larger initiative that we are supporting to work together to support our children’s success.  That is the goal.  I hope you will come.

Peace & Blessings,

Principal Scruggs


Education Summit 2016 for First-Generation African-American, Asian-American, Latino, Native-American, and Pacific-Islander Students and their Families.

 Saturday, February 13, 2016
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cal State East Bay, University Gymnasium

Students and families are invited to attend this event to be engaged and motivated about higher education, and to empower families with information and resources to help achieve educational success.   There will be inspirational speakers; educational, college and career-related workshops for middle, high school and community college students and their families; a college and resource fair; and this event will be an official site for a Cash for College workshop! 

Register at www.csueastbay.edu/educationsummit or call 510-885-3516.



Principal's Message

Please follow Ms.Scruggs

for your daily dose of

Rebel Love !



Tovi with lockers.jpg

SLz Events

Today: 2/8/16

RebelWork Power Word of the Month

Small Learning Communities

San Lorenzo High's Small Learning Communities--BADA, Green, and LLC-- share the belief in relevant, personalized, and engaging learning environments that prepare students for diverse college and career opportunities.  

E-mail SLC coordinators: BADA, lmcvay@slzusd.org, rahrens@slzusd.org, LLC, sshimada@slzusd.org, Green, mbarajas@slzusd.org


Join our Parent Teacher Student Association.  Then, keep up with us on Facebook.

PTSA banner.jpg

And, visit us on our website.  We will do the work together, the Rebel Way.

SAT Question of the Day


Community Health Center

Do you need health services? 

Click here: Learn about our Community Health Center. 

SLz's California Scholarship Federation Program