Hoover High School
Over fifty years of Patriot Pride Patriots have a rich history of serving the community through educational excellence. School spirit is at the heart of the Hoover community and every Pate “bleeds green.” Pride, collaboration, and community are essential in our academics and athletics: Patriots know how to compete, while also continuing a strong tradition of inclusion and acceptance. Every day is a great day to be a Pate!
Hoover High School (HHS) is on the forefront of developing Linked Learning Pathways for student success in Fresno Unified. At HHS we have implemented 3 Linked Learning Pathways: Public Service, Eco-Technology and Media, Design and Production. These pathways each prepare our students for college, technical training and careers through collaborative classrooms in Career Technical Education, English, Science and Social Studies. Our teachers work together for all four years to help implement real world application in all of our career areas to set our students on a track of academic success for any goal, especially college.
Feeder patterns are the elementary, K-8, and middle schools which feed into each high school. Any student attending a school on a transfer does not automatically move to the middle or high school without a new transfer.
The feeder pattern for Hoover High School:
- Ahwahnee Middle School
- Centennial Elementary School
- Eaton Elementary School
- Holland Elementary School
- McCardle Elementary School
- Pyle Elementary School
- Robinson Elementary School
- Thomas Elementary School
- Tioga Middle School
- Viking Elementary School
- Vinland Elementary School
- Wolters Elementary School
Pathways & Programs at Hoover High
Eco-Technology: a Linked Learning pathway that allows students to examine real-world applications related to environmental and agricultural themes. The pathway offers students college prep academics, relevant technical education and work-based learning opportunities through investigative science practices.
Media, Design and Production: a Linked Learning pathway built for the 21st century offers students the opportunity to explore and learn in the areas of Multimedia, Photography, Film and Theater. Working with the latest in industry standards for video and photography, students will be able to apply techniques from the latest software and produce content that will prepare them for college and career.
Public Service: a Linked Learning pathway that offers students career opportunities in the exciting and dynamic industries of Firefighting, Emergency Medical Services, Criminal Justice and Government Agencies. Students will have the opportunity to interact and train with professionals in the public service fields.
Magnet School in the Region
Ahwahnee 7-8 Environmental Science. The mission of the Ahwahnee Middle School’s Environmental Science Magnet Program is to empower students to be knowledgeable stewards of the environment. It is our vision to make this happen through hands-on activities, service learning, and green activities on campus, where students will live GREEN* (Get connected; Reuse, recycle, rethink; Encounter water; Eat green; Nothing wasted). They will effectively communicate and interact with the community as advocates for the environment. Additionally, Ahwahnee Middle School brings championship sports teams and an award winning music program to a rich culture of learning. Our WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) program helps connect all students to our school and be part of a community, the Warrior Nation.