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  • SPIRIT WEEK Feb 8-12!!
    MONDAY: Hippie Day!
    TUESDAY: Saved By the Bell Day/90's day!
    WEDNESDAY: Class Colors Day
    WEDNESDAY: Pep Rally 1:30-3:30
    THURSDAY: Mathletes vs. Athletes Day
    FRIDAY: Student Selection via Social Media 

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  • Parent Survey for WASC*
    *WASC = Western Association of Schools & Colleges
    Parents & Guardians - please take 2-3 minutes to complete this important survey for WASC.
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  • Yearly Parking Permits Required!
    Students can now pick up an application for a yearly student parking permit from the Business Office (next to the Student Store). The permin (hang tag)  must be renewed each year. Return the application with the required documentation and $15 for a permit for the year.
    Those parking in the lot without a permit may receive a ticket and subsequently be towed at the owner's expense.

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    ~ If students arrive in class within 5 minutes of the bell, they will be admitted to class and will be marked "tardy"
    ~ If students are more than 5 minutes late to class, they will not be admitted to class but will be directed to in-house detention in M1


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  • No skateboards or hover boards on campus.


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  • Mind the Dress Code!
    This is a reminder that all students are expected to dress appropriately for school:
    • Shoes are required to be worn at all times. 
    • No tank tops & no strapless or spaghetti-strap tops.
    • No bare midriffs; no exposed cleavage.
    • Shorts & skirts must hang below finger-tips.
    • No gang-affiliated, alcohol/drug-related, or vulgar prints or graphics.
    Read the full Dress Code! Students who are dressed inappropriately for school will be sent home and may return after they change.  Parents and/or guardians, please help support the school and your child and make sure your child comes to school dressed appropriately.

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  • Free Broadband Service & Computer
    for students/families who qualify. 

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  • Skyline High School is a
    Closed Campus

    Skyline students and their parents & guardians are welcomed on campus from 8:05am – 3:05pm. But visitors 
    are not allowed on campus during school hours & we do not grant guest passes.

    We also do not grant passes for Skyline students to leave campus for lunch outside of school.  Please bring your lunch from home or buy lunch on campus.

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Skyline High School is a traditional, comprehensive public high school of 1,800 students which offers a college preparatory curriculum to a diverse set of students. Located on a beautiful 42-acre campus in the Oakland hills, Skyline is well-known for its strong academics, outstanding Performing Arts program, championship athletics,and many student clubs. Skyline provides all students with a supportive environment and rigorous curriculum through which they develop their academic skills, creative talents, and civic values. Our student population is a very diverse community with a wide range of social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds represented. Skyline is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
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