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2019 SHS Freshmen Orientation Featured Photo

2019 SHS Freshmen Orientation

On August 21st, 2019 over 450 incoming Freshmen attended Orientation and participated in variety of activities that included Santiago's expectation, team building, campus tour of resources available and pizza party. Also, we hosted our parent meeting which highlighted the support we provide for families and students. If you were unable to attend, please review the presentation.
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3rd Quarter Honor Roll Featured Photo

3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Each student listed below has achieved a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Honor roll membership for this quarter will be recorded on the individual student’s permanent record card. All 10th, 11th and 12th grade students in college preparatory classes designated as having achieved a 3.7 or above grade point average may apply for membership to the California Scholarship Federation. Eligible students must contact Mrs. Zoratti or Mrs. Wu. Membership is based upon semester grades. Students must be enrolled in five (5) classes. Students are permitted to be scholars of the Quarter only once per school year.
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Principal's Message

Welcome Cavalier Families,
I hope this site introduces you to our school and the learning environment we create to challenge our students each day.  Santiago High School is a school rich in tradition but seeking to create and provide new opportunities for all of our students.  The world we live in is ever changing with new opportunities and challenges.  The staff members of Santiago are talented and committed to the academic, personal, and future success of each student.  Our goals align with the Vision and Mission of the Garden Grove Unified School District.
GGUSD Vision: We are committed to preparing all students to be successful and responsible citizens who contribute and thrive in a diverse society.
GGUSD Mission: To ensure student success, we will provide a rigorous and supportive academic experience that motivates all learners to meet high expectations.
The staff of Santiago has developed engaging College and Career pathways in a rich supportive environment.  As our students mature it is important we all encourage them to reach out and test their skills to develop new interests.  These co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities will make their high school career enriching and memorable and help them discover who they are and who they want to become.  Students need to take the opportunity to challenge themselves, and apply their skills which will in turn set themselves apart to ensure colleges and future employers take notice. 

Michael Kennedy
Santiago High School
(714) 663-6215

Our Achievements

  • US News Silver Medalist
  • certificate3 CA Student Academic Growth Award
  • westmiddle 7/10 Seniors Attend College
  • digitalcitizenship1:1 Computer Ratio
  • 5 Career Pathways
  • getinvolved50 Student Clubs