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Glen View High School (GVHS) is the only continuation high school in Beaumont Unified School District and is proud to provide an alternative education opportunity for students in the Beaumont community. GVHS curriculum is focused on meeting the established School-wide Learning Outcomes (SLO) and California Content Standards. Glen View has a continued focus on helping students reach their short term and long term academic goals, graduation,  post-secondary transitions, and college and career options. The school provides a variety of options for students to achieve academic success including direct instruction classes and computer based courses for original credit and credit recovery.  
Additionally, students have the opportunity to participate in the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program, Associated Student Body (ASB),  Career Technical Education (CTE) courses, and/or the athletics program. Furthermore, we offer an advisory period to support college and career readiness, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS),  and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) initiatives.  Lastly, we provide targeted\ intervention classes to increase academic achievement in the areas of mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA).
Glen View High School currently serves approximately 120 students in grades eleven and twelve with eight certificated teachers, five classified staff members, a full time counselor, and a Principal. Additionally, support staff assigned specifically to GVHS includes from two instructional coaches, a school psychologist, special education coordinator.  The site staff along with students, parents/guardians, and community members established the following schoolwide goals, vision, mission, and student learner outcomes:
Schoolwide goals: 

(1) GVHS will provide students with positive climate and culture opportunities to establish positive relationships and to access resources from Beaumont and the larger community;
(2) improve performance in Mathematics, English Language Arts, Reading Comprehension, and Writing strategies to prepare students for the future through standards-aligned curriculum.  All teachers and administration will receive training in high impact instructional strategies, as well as, identify student needs to support positive student learner outcomes; and
(3) provide professional learning opportunities for staff in the areas of alternative education, Equity and Technology, and academic content areas. 
GVHS Vision Statement

Glen View High School is a safe and integral part of the community where students master skills through research-based practice thus facilitating the development, pursuit, and achievement of individual aspirations.
GVHS Mission Statement
- Students and staff will create and maintain a safe environment that encourages positive relationships among all stakeholders.
- Students and staff will create and maintain an equitable learning environment that meets the individual needs of the diverse student population.
- Students and staff will utilize research-based and data-driven practices that promote critical thinking, student achievement, and success at GVHS and beyond.
GVHS School-wide Learning Outcomes

All Glen View High School students will develop executive functions and self-regulation processes leading to success in the following areas:

1. Academic: Graduates will demonstrate academic skills that will enable them to pursue vocational or college programs.
2. Employ-ability: Graduates will demonstrate the ability to work independently and as a collaborative team member.  They will solve problems with critical thinking skills and effectively use available technology.  They will demonstrate good attendance and punctuality.
3. Communication: Graduates will demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills in Standard English, utilizing available technology when appropriate.
4. Social Skills: Graduates will demonstrate respect for cultural differences in a diverse community.  They will make responsible decisions in a variety of settings.
The Coyote Commitment (PBIS Expectations) 
Be Safe; Be Responsible; Be Respectful 
Glen View High School  is continuously growing and striving to implement and improve programs to meet student needs. Students participate in district benchmark testing in the areas of math, writing, and ELA, as well as, state assessments (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP); California Science Test (CAST); Physical Fitness Test (PFT); English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC)) with the results used for the continuous improvement of our program.  To meet the individualized needs of students we have implemented schoolwide Positive Behavior and Supports (PBIS) through Multi-tiered Systems of Supports (MTSS) strategies. GVHS offers intervention classes to students who need additional help within these areas based on assessment scores and teacher recommendation. Additionally, progress is monitored through biweekly performance sessions and quarterly grading periods in which students are able to set short and long term academic goals. GVHS offers A-G approved courses and is Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited through 2025. Lastly, Glen View High School is recognized as a Model Continuation High School by the California Department of Education (CDE) and the California Continuation Education Association (CCEA).