San Leandro High School CTE Project

San Leandro Unified School District

Excerpt from San Leandro Unified School District Press Release (September 2012):

Phased in over three summers in order to minimize disruption to student instruction, the CTE is funded through Measure B, the $109 million school facilities bond passed by San Leandro voters in 2006.

The final phase of the project included the creation of a beautiful new modern façade and landscaping that is harmonious to the design of the Measure B funded Arts Education Center, which opened in 2011.

The CTE houses fully equipped metal, wood, automotive and graphic shops, and a College, Career & Parent Center, equipped with a full computer lab for college- and career- related activities. It is open during lunch and after school for students to pick up information, get advice and use the computers. Each industry sector contains the most up-to-date equipment, meeting industry standards, and has its own classroom.


Façade upgrades to the existing Career Technical Education Building

Renovation of woodshop, auto shop and metal shop

“I am excited about having an opportunity to share this state-of-the-art building with the community and our many partners. Our district and community have long understood the importance of offering our students many career pathways, including the industrial arts. Without our many partnerships, this building would not be possible.”

– Cindy Cathey, Superintendent of San Leandro Unified School District


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