Arcata High School

Arcata High School serves seven elementary districts representing the communities of Arcata, Bayside, Blue Lake, Jacoby Creek, Greenpoint, Manila, Maple Creek and Samoa. Arcata High School students represent the community at large in their economic, cultural and social diversity. The entire staff and administrative team take great pride in the efforts and achievements of our student population.

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McKinleyville High School

McKinleyville High School school serves a broad area in northern Humboldt County including the communities of McKinleyville, Big Lagoon, Fieldbrook, Orick and Trinidad. Staff at McKinleyville High School understands their responsibility to ensure that every student has access to quality education and support services designed to meet individual needs. By working collaboratively with parents, students, community, Board of Trustees and District administration, programs are designed and implemented around the needs of the student.

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Six Rivers Charter High School

Six Rivers Charter High School serves students from northern Humboldt County drawing students from the communities of Arcata, McKinleyville, Eureka, Fieldbrook, Freshwater, Fortuna, Trinidad, Westhaven and Orick. Since the creation of Six Rivers Charter High School, the faculty and staff work collaboratively to develop and implement programs and instructional methods that have the academic needs of each student at heart

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Tsurai High School

Tsurai High School is an alternative school located on the campus of McKinleyville High School in McKinleyville, CA. The site's goal is to provide a caring positive environment while striving to meet the individual academic needs of a divergent group of students. Students are encouraged with guidance from staff to become actively involved developing, implementing, and following through with their education, job and career aspirations, along with post-secondary education.

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Pacific Coast High School

Pacific Coast High School is a continuation high school located on the Arcata High School campus. Students are encouraged with guidance from staff to become actively involved developing, implementing, and following through with their education, job and career aspirations, along with post-secondary education. Our goal is to help facilitate students to earn their high school diploma in our program or return to the comprehensive high school setting.

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LCAP Information

NHUHSD LCAP PLAN:

Local Control Accountability Plan for 2017-18: Updated: 6/22/17

SRCHS Local Control Accountability Plan for 2017-18:  Updated: 6/22/17

Local Control Accountability Plan for 2016-17: Updated 9/13/16

2016 Fall LCAP Stakeholders Meeting: Updated 11/28/16

Local Control Accountability Plan for 2015-16:  Updated 9/10/15

2015 Fall LCAP Stakeholders Meeting

Information about NEW Local Control Accountability Planning (LCAP)

California’s New School Finance System

On July 1, 2013, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the 2013-14 state budget package and instituted a new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) that overhauls how California funds its K-12 schools.

An Overview

Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
The Local Control Funding Formula is a major change to how California has supported local educational agencies (LEAs) or districts. Through the LCFF the state is providing new decision making power to LEAs/districts to act based on the needs they see for their specific students. In addition, this shifts California from treating funding as an input to support students to a resource that is linked to student performance expectations.

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
Complementing the changes to state funding made by the Local Control Funding Formula is a newly required Local Control Accountability Plan. The LCAP is LCFF’s vehicle for transparency and engagement. It is the way that LEAs (districts) are expected to share student performance data, needs, actions, and anticipated outcomes that guide the use of available LCFF funding.

LCFF and LCAP Links