Academic programs on campus are classes that are available for student's to enroll in, but they also require additional time outside of class for various activities and events. These courses often offer various leadership opportunites as well.
Madison Perez and Isis Martinez (12th)
A.V.I.D., Advancement Via Individual Determination, is an elective course that prepares students to go straight from high school to a four-year college or university. A.V.I.D. students are encouraged to take honors/advanced placement courses and the tutorials in A.V.I.D. provide a tool to allow our students to be successful in those rigorous courses. A.V.I.D. is an essential strategy for closing the achievement gap and making the college dream accessible to all students. We attend several college field trips a year and work very closely with the Higher Education Center on campus to ensure access and information on financial aid, scholarships, and the college application process. All of the A.V.I.D. elective classes receive University of California a-g elective credit upon completion of the class.
Ms. Jennifer Connell
Max Arriaza/Rosabel Kamali
Singing, performing, family atmosphere, all styles of music. All are welcome!
Facebook: Saddleback HS Choir
Google Classroom: bwomqv6
Alejandra Vazquez & Brittany Ramirez
The Saddleback High School Dance Team is the schools official dance team. Our team consists of 20-25 team members, all dedicated to working hard to improve in our dancing and act as role models to our student body. We support our school by acting as representatives at school, community, and athletic events. Team members have the opportunity to perform at school assemblies, events like Back to School Night and Open House, as well as football and basketball games. Some team members even have the opportunity to represent Saddleback High School in competitions that we attend annually. Our team is dedicated to positively representing our school in the best way we can and we look forward to another year of exciting performance opportunities. Go Runners!
NJROTC provides the opportunity for secondary school students to learn the basic elements and need for national security and their personal obligations as Americans. The program enhances the image of the military in the eyes of the community by providing a chance for success to the nation's youth.