San Lorenzo High School Health Center 50 E Lewelling Blvd, San Lorenzo, CA94580 The San Lorenzo High School Health Center provides physical and mental health services and education to students and…More other individuals who live in San Lorenzo. Services are free to students and of low cost to others in the community. The clinic offers immunizations, assistance in applying for health insurance, WIC services, referrals for food, clothing and childcare, other mental health services, prenatal services and other services to promote health.
San Lorenzo High School is one of four high schools in the …More href="http://sanlorenzo.patch.com/admin/listings/san-lorenzo-unified-school-district">San Lorenzo Unified School District</a>, serving nearly 1,500 students in grades 9 through 12. It received an Academic Performance Index ranking of 666 for the 2009-10 school year.</p>
<p>The student body is 52 percent Latino, 21 percent African American, 8 percent white, 7 percent Asian and 7 percent Filipino. About 18 percent are considered English-language learners.</p>
<p>Additionally, 43 percent of students recieve free or reduced meals.</p>
<p>Since the 2008-09 school year, all students have been enrolled in one of three "small learning communities." San Lorenzo High School's mission is "to challenge students to reach their highest level of academic achievement, to provide opportunities and support for social and emotional growth and to build connections to future education, assisting them to become successful members of the 21st century society."</p>
Arroyo High School is one of four high schools in the …More href="http://sanlorenzo.patch.com/admin/listings/san-lorenzo-unified-school-district">San Lorenzo Unified School District</a>, serving more than 1,900 students grades 9-12. It received an Academic Performance Index of 771 for the 2009-10 school year.</p>
<p>The student body is 39 percent Latino, 22 percent white, 17 percent Asian, 10 percent Filipino and seven percent African American. About eight percent are considered English language learners.</p>
<p>Additionally, 22 percent of students recieve free or reduced meals.</p>
<p>Beginning in the 2010-11 academic year, all students will enroll in one of three 'small learning communities.'</p>
<p>Arroyo High School's mission is "to provide an environment in which all students will acquire the necessary skills to become responsible thinkers, who appreciate diversity and are productive citizens in their community."</p>
Wheel Works 15604 Hesperian Blvd, San Lorenzo, CA94580 This branch of the value-priced tire store is on the southeast corner of Hesperian and Lewelling Boulevard, where it…More shares a building with Wheel Works. Full auto repairs and service are available. The shop hosts an electronics recycling depot on Saturdays in connection with San Lorenzo High School.
The San Lorenzo Unified School District was founded in 1859. Approximately 12,000 students from San Lorenzo and…More neighboring areas of unincorporated Alameda County attend its nine elementary schools (Bay, Colonial Acres, Corvallis, Dayton, Del Rey, Grant, Hesperian, Hillside and Lorenzo Manor) three middle schools (Edendale, Bohannonand Washington Manor) and four high schoools (San Lorenzo, Arroyo, East Bay Arts and Royal Sunset). The district also operates the San Lorenzo Adult School for returning students 18 and older. </p>
<p>For the 2010-11 school year, the district will offer preschool at seven of its nine elementary school sites. (For more information on the preschool program, <a href="http://slzusd.ca.schoolloop.com/file/1218758558436/5570503639758183354.doc">click here</a>.)</p>
<p>The student body is 49 percent Latino, 14 percent African American, 13 percent white, 11 percent Asian and 7 percent Filipino. Approximately 31 percent are considered English language learners and 46 percent receive free or reduced meals. (A newly-renovated Central Kitchen, home of Child Nutrition Services, debuted in July 2010.)</p>
<p>The average teacher-to-pupil ratio is 21:1, the average teacher salary is $66,945, slightly more than the state average. The district spends $5,832 per pupil — just slightly more than the statewide average for unified school districts, and just under the average for all districts in California.</p>
<p>San Lorenzo Unified School District's mission is to "work together with parents and the community to develop critical and creative thinkers who are knowledgeable, responsible, caring participants who contribute to a changing world."</p>
<p>The district is run by a five-member School Board. Dr. Dennis Byas is superintendent.</p>
Arroyo Swim Center 15701 Lorenzo Ave, San Lorenzo, CA94580 The Arroyo Swim Center is a public swimming pool facility at Arroyo High School in San Lorenzo. It is managed by the…More Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. The swim center offers public swimming and private and group swim lessons at designated times. It also is used for events and swim team training, as well as water fitness classes and lifeguard certification courses. The facility also can be rented for pool parties.
Royal Sunset High School 20450 Royal Ave, Hayward, CA94541 Royal Sunset High School's curriculum includes classes in English, math, Social Studies and science, as well as various…More electives. It also has three special education classes, a library and a computer lab for the students. It is part of the San Lorenzo Unified School District.
East Bay Arts High School 20450 Royal Ave, Hayward, CA94541 East Bay Arts is a college prep high school that offers traditional academics such as english, biology, physics,…More algebra, history and economics, along with classes in theater, drawing, painting, choral and orchestral music and various dance techniques. It is part of the San Lorenzo Unified School District.
Kragen Auto Parts 15604 Hesperian Blvd, San Lorenzo, CA94580 This branch of the value-priced automotive service and supply store is on the southeast corner of Hesperian and…More Lewelling Boulevard, where it shares a building with Wheel Works. Full auto repairs and service are available. The shop hosts an electronics recycling depot on Saturdays in connection with San Lorenzo High School.
Lee Donuts 35 E Lewelling Blvd, San Lorenzo, CA94580 This building with its soaring 1950s lines was originally a large drive-up burger joint to serve San Lorenzo High School…More across the street. It's now three separate businesses, including the donut shop, whose owners are busy baking even before the doors open at 4 a.m. Still popular with SLZ kids, it also serves sandwiches, hot dogs and Icee and Big Train frozen drinks, among other treats.