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Jesse Bethel High School

Vallejo City Unified School District

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    Class Remind Info for Students & Parents!


    Get remind to keep up to date with all of your class activities and important updates.


    Class of 2019: Text @jbhs2019 to 81010

    Class of 2020: Text @jbhs20 to 81010

    Class of 2021: Text @jbhs2021 to 81010

    Class of 2022: Text @jbhs2022 to 81010


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    School Code: GOEA

    Check in before break is this wednesday - - We hope to see all of you here!

    Academy Showcase!

    On Friday, March 1, our incoming 8th graders were our special guests for tours of our academies and facilities. Next year's freshmen learned about each academy's classes and structure, and were able to ask questions of our academy students. A special shout-out to our cheer squad and band, who dazzled the 8th graders with their performances! Welcome future Jaguars!

    2019 Law Summit diversity award

    Congratulations to the Jesse Bethel Law Academy, which just received the statewide Diversity Champion Award from California LAW! Law Academy Advisor Katrina Traylor Rice accepted the award on behalf of Jesse Bethel, and gave her appreciation to all of the great staff who make our Law Academy one of the finest in the state. Our Law Academy is designed to increase diversity and opportunities for underserved students to gain exposure and access to a career in the legal field as well as to become advocates for increased social justice and equity.            

                                                 Go Jags!

    Honoring rick henley: teacher, coach, and friend

    Mr. Henley was an amazing, loving teacher who was with us since the opening of Jesse Bethel High School.

    A message to Mr. Henley from all of his past and present students: Mr. Henley, you will never be forgotten and your wisdom will live on through all the students' hearts you touched.

    Rest In Paradise 

    SAT/ACT Test Info

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    Ser Latino Tutoring Info
    Attendance Matters!


    Did you know?

    Students who are chronically absent in any year of high school are 7.4 times more likely to drop out.

    Attendance Matters

    And the numbers are in . . .

    The chronic absence rate for our district in 2017-2018 was 26.6%. This year's chronic absence rate for Bethel High School through the end of February is 23.1%. Solid improvement, but let's continue to strive for being the best we can be. Better attendance means stronger achievement, so come to class, work hard, and you will be successful!