Redwood High School is the continuation high school that works in conjunction with the other four high schools in…More Redwood City. It offers classes for students behind in their credits to ensure that they graduate on time. At the school, teachers provide a more tailored education with the understanding that not all students learn the same way.
Enrollment is limited and students must be enrolled in work experience or another education or vocational program like ROP or OICW. Students age 16 to 18 can apply upon recommendation from a counselor and an administrator from one of the other four high schools. Parents can also initiate an enrollment request for their student. They can earn credits from any community college as well. Every month students are evaluated and must earn a certain number of points from academic performance, attendance and work experience.
From 2000 to 2005, it was a State of California Model Continuation High School awardee.
Farmers Insurance 615 Woodside Rd, Redwood City, CA94061 Domingo Ramos of Farmers Insurance offers car, life, home and commercial insurance to the local community. It…More specializes in retirement plans, mutual funds, 401ks, variable annuities and college savings plans. The office is located in a commerical building on Woodside Road.
Cañada College 4200 Farm Hill Blvd, Redwood City, CA94061 Cañada College is a community college high up in the hills of the Peninsula. It offers an affordable option for…More earning Cal State University and UC transfer units. With only 6,000 students, it is one of the smallest community colleges in the Bay Area, allowing for more attention towards each individual. Through its University Center, it also offers bachelor's degrees. Cañada College offers degrees for those who wish to pursue careers in medical assisting, radiologic technology, multimedia, early childhood education, fashion design, interior design, human services, accounting, business technology and many other fields. It is one of the highest-achieving community colleges in the Bay Area. While it is also a community college, Cañada College allows high school students to take courses beginning in their sophomore year so they can essentially complete their first two years of college for free. The Middle College High School program offers an alternative to high school students from the Sequoia High School district who prefer a non-traditional education. The Upward Bound Program provides Sequoia High School students the opportunity to take classes to advance their education.