REDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
2017-18 CAMPUS TOURS
Thank you for your interest in Redwood High School. Campus Tours for 2016-17 are concluded. The 2017-18 tour dates and registration will be posted in late August. You will find information on this site about Redwood's outreach to prospective families for the 2017-18 school year.
If you are still considering attending Redwood for the 2017-18 school year, you may register online at the New Student link below. After you have registered online, you may contact the Counseling Secretary, Diana Fernandez, email@example.com through June or Ann Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org after July 24, for an enrollment appointment. The Counseling Office will be closed for three weeks in July.
Orientation for incoming new students that will be held the morning of the first day of school, Wednesday, August 23, 2017. You will
receive more information about it when you register. Students are asked to come to Redwood on Tuesday, August 22 to pick up schedules and have Redwood ID picture taken. .
Redwood is one of three comprehensive high schools in the Tamalpais Union High School District. Redwood's Fall, 2017 opening enrollment is anticipated to be just above 1,800. Redwood serves students living within the TUHSD boundaries. Inter-district transfers are granted only under exceptional circumstances.
The public is always welcome at athletic and theater events, sometimes for an admission fee, especially MCAL/NCS playoffs and drama events. Athletic events are published in the Marin Independent Journal and at Redwood Athletics. Check out the daily bulletin, the 'Twig" for current events. Read the Redwood Bark on-line for the student voice. To get the flavor of the school yourself, you can just drop by school after 3:30 when school is in session and wander around. Staff will not be available to talk to you, but there may be some students and teachers around. The library and gym will be open until 4:00 and there may be sports practices/contests happening.
Redwood has not had a "shadow" program for several years. When we did, the experience was spotty for the student shadowing depending on who was the Redwood host and the fact that a class could be having a test, a substitute or a video. Neither do we allow current students to bring visitors to class.
You may be interested in some key links for information about Redwood and the Tamalpais Union High School District:
Please contact Sue Chelini (email@example.com) with any further questions.