De Anza new website
The De Anza High School IT Academy is proud to unveil a new school website that we've been working on! deanzahigh.com Please note, we are still building so the site will continue to grow throughout the school-year!
District students were recognized at the Third Annual African American Students of Honor Ceremony for academic excellence during the 2015-2016 school year. Click to view the gallery of honorees.
See student highlights and performances from this year's All District Music Festival! (Video)
Community partners, leaders and parents judged nearly 200 student projects at the Annual District Science Fair recently. See what students and judges thought of this year’s science fair. (Video)
Four high school seniors in the West Contra Costa Unified School District received Chevron Richmond Black Employee Network college scholarships during its 17th Annual Black History Awareness Celebration at the Chevron Refinery last week.
The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) youth commission discussed ideas for a district-wide project to benefit the community and began planning a series of visits to district high schools during its second monthly meeting of the year on Tuesday, October 6.
Retired district educators awarded $1,500 worth of scholarships to 29 members of the class of 2014 to help them pay for college.
Cali Nguyen, an 18-year-old senior at De Anza High School senior, recently received a Gates Millennium Scholarship to help her study chemical engineering at Stanford University.
Please help us welcome our new principal, Ms. Sigler.
De Anza is a rigorous and engaging educational environment in which all students achieve academic and personal success as they become lifelong learners and productive citizens.
De Anza provides quality teaching, a caring and safe environment, promotes learning, and prepares all students for graduation and the career path of their choice.
De Anza High School Students will:
Think: Critically and Creatively
Communicate: Respectfully and Effectively
Contribute: Locally and Globally