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Our Vision

Warren High School students embody academic and moral character, are educationally empowered, and prepared to contribute to the global community.

Our Mission

Warren High School prepares students to be college and career ready by promoting critical thinking, communication, collaboration, creativity, character, and physical well-being.

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

B – Be a Critical Thinker

E – Effective Communicator

A – Academically Empowered

R – Ready for College and Career

S – Students of Character

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WASC Accreditation

Warren High School is undergoing the process for WASC Accreditation. In April, 2021 the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges determined that Warren High School met the criteria for accreditation. See the attached documents for more informaiton.

Accreditation Status Letter

Visiting Committee Report

Action Plan

Self Study Report 3/31/21

About Our Name

Earl Warren Senior High School opened its doors in 1956. Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States, at that time, was invited to attend the school’s dedication ceremony. Since he was one of the most popular governors of California it was decided that the school colors would match those of California, blue and gold. The California state animal, the bear, was adopted as the school mascot and the sports teams at Warren have since been affectionately referred to as “the Bears.”

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