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Lori O'Connor - Principal

Cathleen Mariucci - Office Manager

(925) 228-9232

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John Muir Amphitheater
Wednesday, June 8th 10am



John Muir Amphitheater

Wednesday, June 8th 7pm

Graduates: Please arrive early 6:15 pm




May 30, 2016


Non School Day!

Welcome to Vicente Martinez High School!


unnamed.jpgVicente Martinez High School

WASC Accredited

10th-12th Grade School

VMHS is a model continuation high school as determined by the California Department of Education. Students attend one advisory period and five class periods per day. Shortened days are an option, if necessary and/or appropriate. School begins at 8:30am and ends at 1:20pm daily with a 20 minute lunch mid-day. Students must be at least 16 years old to enroll.


Some highlights of the school include:

  • Small campus with small class sizes (23 maximum)

  • Academic planning with the focus on making up deficient credits

  • Development of goals with a focus on academics, attendance and social emotional

  • Rigorous coursework with differentiated instruction

  • Social emotional approach and support

  • Resource Teacher on staff

  • Job/Internship preparation and offerings

  • New Leaf Program within the school (may be in 9th grade to enroll)

  • R4 grant - Career Pathways for continuation schools

  • Clear behavioral expectations



To Read Student Testimonials Click here

Information and Announcements

Parent Handbook - Understanding Common Core and the New Report Card Click here


New Law Regarding School Immunizations

Beginning in January 2016 parents will no longer be able to submit personal belief exemptions to required immunizations. For more information on the new law, Click here


Martinez Education Foundation

Investing in today's Children for the Future of Martinez!

For more information Click here

SBAC Information

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SBAC Information 

Information letter from Superintendent Rami Muth regarding the 2015 spring SBAC exams.  Click hereen español


For more information on SBAC results Click here.