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School-Hours Programs

  • Advanced Placement (AP)     College-level courses with an end-of-course exam for potential early college credit
  • AVID     College-readiness program that prepares students with college skills, guidance, and support
  • Biomedical Sciences     a four-year sequence of Science courses for students interested in biomedical careers   
  • Career Pathways  view Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways available to HHS students
  • Comprehensive Counseling Plan     Four-year counseling plan and services for all HHS students to cultivate college and career plans 
  • Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)  college-preparatory advising and academic enrichment opportunities for underrepresented students
  • Engineering is a four-year sequence of Engineering courses for students interested in engineering careers 
  • English Language Learners (ELL)     Support classes and services for students who speak another language and are working towards English proficiency
  • Farmers Clinic (Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center and Health Clinic)  on-campus health services
  • Future Farmer Day        Orientation in early November for 8th Graders preparing for HHS
  • Hayward Promise Neighborhood (HPN)   free resources and programs are funded by a five-year federally funded grant awarded to the Jackson Triangle community of Hayward, including Drop Out Prevention Services.
  • LINK Crew  The Let's Include New Kids program supports Freshmen with peer mentoring by Juniors and Seniors
  • Music Program     Concert, Pep, and Marching bands, plus Orchestra, Jazz Band, Guitar and Piano 
  • Puente     Rigorous college-readiness program that emphasizes college-level English skills via Latino literature and culture
  • Restorative Justice  Provides conflict resolution and relationship building
  • TRIO Educational Talent Search (ETS)  college-preparatory advising is designed to motivate and support low-income, first-generation students to graduate from high school and continue on to a post-secondary school
  • Ubuntu is an academic, socio-personal, and postsecondary program using the “village method” to cultivate the minds of African American learners

After-School Programs

  • Athletics    All athletics including teams, schedules, and more
  • Cyber High Credit Recovery     After-school class for Seniors (+Juniors, if space) to make up classes and credits
  • Youth Enrichment Program (YEP)     After-school program that provides academic courses (Cyber HIgh, Chabot), academic assistance (tutoring in Libray, Penda Learning), and various enrichment activities

Off-Campus Programs

  • Alternative Education   Adult School, Brenkwitz, Home Studies and Independent Studies
  • Upward Bound   Pre-college educational support program sponsored by CSUEB
  • ROP     Regional Occupation Program (ROP) offers career and technical courses during the school day at the ROP Center.

Summer Programs