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In the 2022-2023 school year, school districts across the state must implement a later start time for middle and high schools. In 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom placed some restrictions on what time schools start at. This bill, known as Senate Bill 328, does not allow middle schools to start before 8 am, and does not allow high schools to start before 8:30 am.
Is your child registered for the 2022-2023 school year? The first day of school is Wednesday, August 3, 2022. The school calendar is also available.
On May 26, more than 70 MPUSD elementary, middle and high school team members, participated in threat assessment training to learn how to better understand and support students and assess student threats.
Superintendent Diffenbaugh responds to Uvalde, TX school tragedy/El superintendente Diffenbaugh responde a la tragedia escolar de Uvalde, TX
The horrific school shooting at Robb Elementary School leaves our nation in mourning./El horrible tiroteo en la Escuela Primaria Robb deja a nuestra nación de luto.
The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District will graduate more than 700 seniors on Friday, June 3, 2022 at the Monterey County Fair and Event Center. This year will be the first time the district and its schools fully open the ceremonies to families without strict requirements.
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MPUSD wants our students, families and staff to know Tuesday, May 10, 2022 is
Multiple MPUSD Students Complete AA Degrees or IGETC via Monterey Peninsula College Dual Enrollment Program
The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District is pleased to announce several high school students have completed their Associate in Arts degree or their Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) Certification through the district’s dual enrollment partnership with Monterey Peninsula College.
The global pandemic forced Monterey High School's Class of 1971 to cancel its 50th reunion in 2021, but that didn't stop these Toreadors from finding a way to commemorate the milestone.
Our School At A Glance
- 73% A-G Graduates
- 99.3% Graduation Rate
- 55% of student body takes an AP or IBDP course
- 74% of student body enrolled in a pathway
- 3.04 average GPA for freshmen enrolled in CSU