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Blood Drive Posted 10/8/19
AP Registration Posted 10/8/19
Homecoming Rallies Posted 10/8/19

Principal

Mr. Lorne Barbosa

Contact Lorne Barbosa  Lorne Barbosa (925) 682-4030 ex: 3400 Principal

Letter from the Principal

Dear Mt. Diablo High School Parents and Students,

Welcome to Mt. Diablo High School for the 2019-2020 school year!  For those of you returning, welcome back! If you are new, welcome to our MDHS family. Our students have shown themselves to be resilient learners and this is going to be another awesome year as we learn and grow together.

At Mt. Diablo High School, our vision is to graduate students prepared for college, career, and civic responsibility. Our mission is to raise our students’ ability to read, write, and think critically through engaging, rigorous, standards-based instruction. With the talent and promise that our students possess, and a student centered faculty and staff that holds each student to high expectations, the sky will be the limit.

You are also expected read and reference our school handbook, which provides a brief summary of our school procedures, student expectations, and guidelines. You are also encouraged to activate your Homelink accounts, which provides up to date information on student grades and attendance.

We are always available to discuss school concerns with our families.  When we partner together, we create a positive, welcoming atmosphere for learning. In addition, we make it easier for our students to succeed.

We invite you to share our vision for educational success by joining other parents as one of our Parent Club volunteers, Sports Booster Club members, becoming a member of the School Site Council, participating on the English Learners Advisory Council (ELAC), or other committees. Please contact the front office if you are interested in being a member of any of these groups.  

Let's continue to raise the bar and give our students the education they deserve.

Sincerely,

Mr. Lorne M. Barbosa

Principal