What Makes SES Different

What Makes SES Different?

Overview Andrea Starace

The School of Engineering and Sciences is a 7th through 12th grade school. Because of this structure, middle school students at SES seamlessly transition from 8th grade into high school already knowing the campus, teachers, and their classmates. They begin their high school years ready to learn on the first day.

What Makes SES Different?

SES is a certified Linked Learning school and uses the Linked Learning approach to bring continuity and relevance to every class a student takes. This is possible because teachers work together to create integrated cross curricular units of instruction that link assignments in multiple subjects together. To learn more about integrated units, click here.

SES also incorporates a “Defense of Learning” concept where students become responsible for demonstrating the competencies they have mastered over their terms in grades 8, 10 and 12.

Note: If you are viewing from the SCUSD network, you must log into your SCUSD Google Account to view the video. 

SES Featured During News 10 Broadcast On Diversity

Post lili-wayne

Senior Gabriela Vargas and Lead Engineering Teacher Ken Davis were featured in a recent News 10 story about the need to generate more diversity in Engineering and Science related fields.

Gaby and Mr. Davis spoke about the work they and the school are doing to increase the number of women and minority in STEM.