McLane High School
Honor. Pride. Courage. McLane students experience a vast abundance of activities, clubs, athletics, and other positive engagements that play a tremendous part in their development. Teachers and administrators have made building positive relationships with McLane students and their families a top priority. Every plan created and/or action taken is done so with the objective of using education to improve student lives through academic, social, and emotional growth and success. Graduate with promise and return home with HONOR!
Create memories you will cherish for a lifetime and make the most of your high school learning experience. At Mclane, you can join league championship athletics, leadership, language clubs, arts clubs, band, Color Guard, choir, Hmong Club, Black Student Union, Academic Decathlon, Future Artist Club, Key Club, Mock Trial, Folklorico, cooking, and so much more.
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 McLane High School:
- Birney Elementary School
- Ericson Elementary School
- Ewing Elementary School
- Hidalgo Elementary School
- Leavenworth Elementary School
- Mayfair Elementary School
- Norseman Elementary School
- Rowell Elementary School
- Scandinavian Middle School
- Turner Elementary School
- Wishon Elementary School
- Yosemite Middle School
Pathways & Programs at McLane High
Art Venture: an award-winning and nationally recognized California Partnership Academy that offers students an engaging, art-driven education in art and graphic design.
Educational Careers: a Linked Learning pathway preparing students for a career in education and child development by offering internships in roles such as a paraprofessional, tutor, and peer mentor while providing students with college preparatory academics for multiple options after graduation.
Finance and Entrepreneurship: a Linked Learning pathway preparing students for a career in the areas of banking and business by offering internships in a financial institution as well as work-based learning opportunities in investments, business management, marketing and self-employment.
Medical Education and Research: a Linked Learning pathway and NAF Academy preparing students for a career in health science and medical technology by offering real-world internship opportunities and an excellent college preparation academic program that provides multiple options upon graduation.
Army JROTC: a program designed to teach students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self-discipline.
Dual Immersion Program
Ewing Elementary School
Leavenworth Elementary School
McLane High School
(Sunset Elementary School – Non-Boundaried)
(Wawona Middle School – Bullard High Region)
Yosemite Middle School
The ability to speak, read, and write in both English and Spanish! Two-Way Spanish Immersion program fosters bilingualism, biliteracy, enhanced awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity, and develops strong cognitive, social, and emotional identity. Two-Way Spanish Immersion is a challenging academic program, which offers students the exciting opportunity of being bilingual and bi-literate and becoming academically successful in both English and Spanish. The Two-Way Bilingual Immersion Program brings together students from English and Spanish language backgrounds to learn academic content through instruction in both languages. All students are provided with a standards based curriculum that is focused on bilingual and bi-literate academic achievement.
To achieve the goal of bilingual literacy, long term parental commitment is necessary to ensure that students remain in the program from Preschool through Sixth grade.
Two-Way Dual Immersion Spanish/English with sibling preference. Admittance in grades Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten is based upon a randomized lottery. Admittance in grades 1st through 6th, requires space availability and successfully passing a Language Assessment Exam.