Foresthill High School
Our vision is to be a place that students, parents, and the community are proud of and excited about. We want to meet the needs of every student, one student at a time. We will do so by providing a comprehensive program that rivals any in the region, including an academic program that ensures career and college ready students; consistently high-achieving and varied athletic programs; distinctive performing arts opportunities; and access to diverse curriculum through the use of technology and distance learning.
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Our high school communities are nestled in the Northern California Sierra Foothills, east of Sacramento.
Local Control Plan
Pursuant to Ed Code 52060 on or before July 1, 2019, the Governing Board of each school district shall adopt a Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) and using the template adopted by the State Board of Education.
Visit our LCAP webpage for more details.
PUHSD staff and faculty are committed to a professional code of conduct that is articulated in two documents: Board Policy & Exhibit. And in alignment with the code of conduct, Placer Union is committed as an equal opportunity organization.
Placer Union's Board of Trustees hold public meetings throughout the school year, including periodic joint meetings with local pre-K-8 districts and Sierra Community College. View their agendas online or visit their webpage for meeting dates and profiles on these five dedicated public servants.