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Pacific Law Academy has officially been granted a 3-year Initial WASC Accreditation! Thank you students, staff, parents, and UOP for making us shine!
Top of the Class
The goal of ALL Pacific Law Academy (PLA) Tiger's is to attend a four-year university upon high school graduation. PLA provides all A-G course admission requirements to enter a college or university. Students have small classes, knowledgeable instructors, and tutoring when needed. Extracurricular activities are available. Students at Pacific Law Academy have the best of both worlds, a small learning community with the benefits of large school opportunities.
PLA Club Day
Ms. Sheree Hickman
The Pacific Law Academy graduation will be held on Wednesday, June 5th at 5:00 p.m. in the DeRosa Ballroom on the University of the Pacific campus. We are very proud of the graduating class of 2013! Good luck PLA Grads--we are very proud of you!!!
National Merit Scholar
Pacific Law Academy is proud to announce that Mr. Larry Hinojos, 12th grade student, is the winner of the Calmer L. Johnson/John W. Leslie ITW Scholarship. Larry's National Merit Scholarship is sponsored by Illinois Tool Works Foundation. Larry has been accepted at the University of the Pacific, Fresno State University, and is on the waiting list for Stanford University.
PLA Students receive an 806 API Score!!! You ROCK!!!
Our amazing Pacific Law Academy Students have set the bar at 806 for our very first API score! Quite an amazing feat considering the many challenges we faced last school year! We are all very proud of our kids!!!
Parents can now follow this link to retrieve student grade and attendance information for their students. This is in addition to Jupiter Grades and should reflect up to date information.
You should have already received your access information about four weeks ago. But if you have lost the information, please feel free to contact our school secretary, Roxanne Platt, she can assist you.
Pacific Law Academy does have a dress code and it is listed in your Parent/Student Handbook. We are adding one new component and are asking all students to participate. We are beginning a "What to Wear to Work Wednesday!" We are asking students to come dressed as if they were going to court or giving a class presentation.
This is a Class competition. The class with the highest participation rate during the month of February will win a pizza party in March. We will also incorporate "Free Dress Friday" where students will follow regular SUSD dress code. So, the weekly dress code should look as follows:
Monday: Collared Shirt, appropriate slacks, jeans, etc.
Tuesday: Collared Shirt, approriate slacks, jeans, etc.
Wednesday: Dress for success--
Thursday: Collared Shirt, appropriate slacks, jeans, etc.
Friday: Free Dress--SUSD Dress Policy
Please refer to the PLA Parent/Student handbook if you have questions concerning our dress code.
Pacific Law Academy
Pacific Law Academy is a Stockton Unified dependent charter school that was approved by the SUSD Board of Education on January 25, 2011.
The academy is scheduled to house up to 500 students, serve grades 9-12, and is located adjacent to the Stagg High School campus, but has it's own entrance/exit access points, bell schedule and other unique small school features.
Bully Free Zone!!!
Looking for HOST Parents!
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Our Exchange Students
Our Turkish Exchange Student-Orkun Alkan
Don't miss out on your copy of the 2012-2013 yearbook! Lots of amazing things are going to be happening this school year! You don't want to forget the details! See Ms. Leon in Room 10 or 12 to purchase your copy!!!
PLA Leadership Camp
PLA at the Magnet Fair
Jose Hernandez and our PLA Kids!