Posted by: Carol Anne Sanderson
Pacific Law Academy has officially been granted a 3-year Initial WASC Accreditation! Thank you students, staff, parents, and UOP for making us shine!
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.
Volunteer Reception--our Amazing 9th Grade Students
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.
It's a Winter Wonderland!!!
The Traveling Tigers club of Pacific Law Academy is sponsoring the first ever PLA--Winter Semi-Formal Dance. The Winter Wonderland Ball is scheduled for Saturday, January 31st from 7 - 11 p.m. The dance will take place at the Univ... Continue
Cornell Note Strategies-Campus Expectation
What to Wear to Work Wednesday!!
It is the expectation at PLA that every Wednesday, ALL students will come to school "Dressed for Success". This is a tradition on our campus. So...what should your student wear? The best rule of thumb is to have an outfit that one might wear to a job interview. Students are allowed to wear khaki slacks, collared "polo" style shirts, button down shirts, appropriate length skirts, slacks, blouses, etc.
Are you interested in Work Experience?!!
If you have a job, you must also have a Work Permit. Work permits must be obtained at the start of a new job and renewed at the start of each new school year. Current work permits will expire soon and must be renewed before the expiration date. Work Permits issued last school year expire on August 22nd. Work Permits issued during the summer expire on August 15th. See Ms. Yescas, Work Experience Coordinator, as soon as possible to renew your Work Permit.
Students who have a job can enroll in Work Experience Education, an elective course which combines paid employment with classroom instruction. Work Experience students meet with Ms. Yescas, once a week at school and can earn up to 10 credits per semester and a total of 20 credits per year. If you are interested in finding a job, Ms. Yescas can assist you with job leads, creating a resume, and equip you with the skills you need to get and keep a job.
If you would like more information, stop by Stagg’s main office to see Ms. Yescas before school or during lunch.
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!!!
Club Day Activities!!!
Showing our School Spirit!