• Please Note: Mission San Jose High School - MSJHS also uses School Loop - for its email communication (login required) - this site (https://www.fremont.k12.ca.us/msjhs) provides most of the public information. Other external sites include - MSJ ASB, Smoke Signal, Alumni, Mission Possible PFA, Encouraging the Performing Arts and Fremont Unified.

     

    About Mission San Jose High School

    Mission San Jose High School was established in 1964.  The school is composed of a series of low slung buildings surrounded by lush lawns, gardens, and trees.

    Mission San Jose is nestled in the foothills at the northern edge of the Mission San Jose District; one of five townships that were joined in the 1950’s to create the present day city of Fremont.  The historic Mission San Jose founded by Spanish Missionaries is just down the road from the school.  Today Mission San Jose and the Fremont community are on the edge of the burgeoning Silicon Valley.  

    Mission San Jose is well known for the talented and dynamic students who matriculate through the school.  These students are aided in their success by a devoted staff and dedicated parents.  

    Parental involvement consists of our three main parent groups, Mission Possible Parent Faculty Association (MPPFA), Parents of Universal Performers (PUPS) and Mission Boosters.  

    Both the current students at Mission San Jose and the talented alumnae are global citizens who demonstrate accountability and resiliency in all they do.  They are collectively working to ensure a better world and a better future for everyone. 

    MSJHS Mission Statement 

    Preparing the Next Generations for the Global Community

    Mission San Jose High School prepares students for an innovative, evolving, advanced and culturally diverse global community. We believe that a solid, well-rounded education is the basis for personal and professional development. We create a positive, safe and supportive learning environment. We nurture the academic, personal, and social development of our students, preparing them for a lifetime of learning, service, and leadership.

    • Parents partner with the school in assisting students in their academic achievement and growth toward personal maturity.
       
    • Students engage in learning as active participants in their own development.
       
    • Teachers focus on creating a rigorous and relevant curriculum which will prepare students to be college and career ready.
       
    • Teachers, counselors, and administrators all support rigor and relevance for the student and place an emphasis on ensuring that positive and collaborative relationships are established to foster deeper and more meaningful learning.

     

Last Modified on August 13, 2016