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SRCS Schools Open Today, Monday, Feb. 5

 Dear San Rafael City Schools Community, We are confirming that all SRCS schools will be open today, Monday, February 5. We have assessed local conditions and the impact of the storm on our school . . . Read More

SRCS Monitoring Storm; Schools Expected to be Open on Monday

 Dear San Rafael City Schools Community, At this time, all SRCS schools are scheduled to be open tomorrow, Monday, February 5. We are monitoring the weather conditions as well as the impact on our . . . Read More

SRCS Updates: Letter from the Supt; COVID Protocols; New Trustee; Early Childhood Education Center; Budget Reductions & More

Message from the Superintendent Dear San Rafael City Schools Community,  As we head into February, I am so impressed with the many happenings going on in our District, including the celebrations f . . . Read More

Share Your Input on Budget Reductions: Survey and Upcoming Sessions

 Dear San Rafael City Schools Community, Last week, we shared information about how the budget outlook for our district is concerning and that we are faced with the reality of having to significantl . . . Read More

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About Us

We are driven by our unwavering commitment to excellence, equity, and the holistic development of our students. Together, we forge a path of educational success, inspiring a love for learning and empowering our students to shape a bright and promising future for themselves and our community.

 

WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF ENROLLMENT?

 

A student may enroll in Madrone at any time at the quarter or semester mark when being referred from within the district. Students arriving from out of the district may enroll any time during the school year. Our school is a participation-based program, where students earn credit for productive in-class work and meeting academic standards in their courses.

 

HOW DOES A STUDENT RETURN TO A COMPREHENSIVE HIGH SCHOOL?

To be recommended for re-enrollment in a comprehensive high school program, the staff considers the following:

  • How many credits are needed for graduation?
  • What courses are remaining?
  • Has there been improvement in learning habits?
  • Has the student participated in the credit recovery program? 
  • Strengths and weaknesses of the student.

The recommendations are provided to the school administrators and are communicated to the parents of each student.  Madrone’s principal communicates with each comprehensive high school principal regarding the students’ enrollment status and sets an appointment for the change of placement/enrollment of each student.

 

HOW DOES A STUDENT ENTER MADRONE?

Students enter Madrone through a referral process from our sister schools, San Rafael High School and Terra Linda High School, or at the request of families after their initial enrollment in the district.

 

 

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Academic Excellence

We are dedicated to providing a rigorous and comprehensive educational experience that challenges and nurtures the intellect of every student.

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Innovation & Future Readiness

We embrace innovation as a catalyst for educational excellence and future readiness.

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Equity & Inclusion

We are committed to providing equitable opportunities for all students, valuing and celebrating their diverse backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives.

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