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Principal's Message

Principal's Message

1st Quarter Highlights

This quarter many students have earned 20 credits and are looking forward to returning to a comprehensive school site.  Others are looking forward to graduation this year.  The first quarter had several highlights.  The Male Academy students went on a field trip to the California African American Museum and participated in a workshop about West African Art.  Several students are participating in the CNA training and certification program.  Students also attended the Building Bridges Camp to help them build social justice, advocacy, and conflict resolution skills. Finally, many of our students are working in the field with our Career Technical Education (CTE) class, Careers with Children.  Beach High School students benefit from a highly skilled and caring staff.  Our staff makes personal connections with students, while simultaneously equipping them with the skills necessary to enter college and careers in the future.   

Welcome Parents/Guardians and Students,


I am honored to be appointed the principal at Beach High School.  In just a few years Beach High School has made a positive impact on the lives of many students.  I look forward to combining our efforts to expose students to the many positive options in life and to provide them the guidance and support needed to succeed.


Student success is not an accident.  Instead it is the result of the shared efforts and responsibilities between parents/guardians, the school and community stakeholders.  We look forward to working with our parents/guardians and community partners to make sure our students experience academic success and possess excellent social skills as they earn credits to transition to a comprehensive high school and graduate both college and career ready.





Troy Bennett