Current students, teachers and administrators plan to honor graduates and past staff from the award-winning school who have gone on to lead successful lives or who had a positive impact to the Bowman community. Tours of the school will also be available, which includes the brand new STEM lab and culinary center.
“Bowman is a special alternative high school that has impacted so many in our community,” said current Bowman Principal Eran Zeevi. “We are so proud to honor all the extraordinary people that have attended or worked at Bowman High School over the past 50 years.”
For the fifth consecutive time, Jereann Bowman High School was named a Model Continuation High School by the California Department of Education (CDE) in 2017, one of 35 schools across the state to be so awarded. These schools are recognized for operating innovative academic programs that help prepare at-risk students for 21st century careers and college. Bowman is the only school in the State of California to be given this award five consecutive times.
“I applaud the dedicated administration and staff on their work to assist and motivate at-risk students and help them reach their full potential,” said Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction. “The positive and nurturing climate these schools have created inspires students to do well in their academic work and also to contribute to their communities.”