Student Resources

Welcome Students

The Laguna Staff and I welcome returning Rhinos and we extend an extra-special welcome to students new to Laguna. We know you’ll enjoy your time with us, acquire a meaningful and useful education, and become part of the “Laguna Family.” We have a very special school, which has been affirmed by our having won the California Model Continuation High School Award five consecutive times. We have received a six year accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the maximum given by the Association. Over all we are a great school!

GO RHINOS!!!
Kent Cromwell, Principal

Graduation Requirements

Laguna High School requires 230 credits to graduate. Click on the link to see what you need to complete inorder to graduate on time.

Student of the Week/Month/Year

Our Thanks to the Sunrise Rotary Club for sponsoring this program. The student of the Week is nominated by the Staff and awarded $5.00 and a certificate. The Student of the Month is awarded $50.00, a certificate and a Rotary breakfast in their honor. The Student of the Year receives $1000.00 and a plaque.

Santa Rosa Junior College Scholarship Information

The Scholarship Office staff is dedicated to helping students reach their education goals and receive scholarship assistance. Scholarship specialists are available to answer questions regarding Doyle, Foundation and Business & Community Scholarship applications as well as help students search for outside scholarships.

10,000 Degrees - Scholarship Info

Originally called Marin Education Fund, 10,000 Degrees made a transformational change in 2000 and launched a comprehensive college access and success program focused solely on students from low-income households. In 2010, the organization changed its name to 10,000 Degrees to better reflect its mission and promise to its communities.

School Lunch

Laguna’s lunch meals are part of the National School Lunch Program, and are served at the Snack Attack immediately after the end of the school day bell rings. Students have a large variety of healthy foods to choose from, including teen favorites such as pizza, burgers and deli sandwiches, as well as home style foods such as pasta, chicken and mashed potatoes. Large garden or Caesar salads are offered daily. Every meal comes with milk, fruit juice and fruit. Lunch is $3.00 for students, reduced student lunches are 40¢, and there is no charge for free student lunches. Adult lunches are $3.50 plus tax.

Parents can make payments to their child’s meal account at www.MySchoolbucks.com.

Parent’s can apply for free or reduced price meals any time during the school year at www.SchoolLunchApp.com.

School Breakfast Menu

Is your morning hectic with no time to fix breakfast? Let us help. Laguna High School has set aside time each morning for students to enjoy brunch at Laguna’s snack bar, the “Snack Attack.” Part of the national School Breakfast Program, Laguna’s brunch is a healthy and inexpensive breakfast option for families on the go. Brunches include hot breakfast sandwiches or burritos, yogurt parfaits, whole grain baked goods, cereal and granola bars. Every meal comes with milk, fruit juice and fruit. Brunch is $1.75 for students, reduced student brunches are 30¢, and there is no charge for free student brunches. Adult brunches are $2.25 plus tax.