Our Commitment

  • Fernando R. Ledesma High School is a continuation high school committed to a mission of providing students with a personalized alternative education program in a safe, caring environment that focuses on state and district instructional standards, enabling students to develop into successful, productive citizens.

    Alternative approaches to learning and flexible academic programs are utilized to better serve the special needs of these students. The Guaranteed Guidance Program ensures that all students have an equal opportunity in all classes in all subject areas, placement is monitored by an ongoing assessment of student needs and the adjustment of programs as needs change. The school's mission supports the mission and goals of the El Monte Union High School District.

Important Announcements

Mustangs in the News

  • Fernando R. Ledesma High Named a 2018 Model Continuation School

    Fernando R. Ledesma High School is one of 32 schools in the state to be recognized as a 2018 Model Continuation High School, a designation awarded by the California Department of Education to schools that provide exemplary programs to at-risk youth through the use of innovative instructional strategies, flexible scheduling, and guidance and counseling services. “Every day, our teachers and staff unite in their shared goal of addressing our students’ academic, social and emotional well-being, while cultivating a safe and caring learning environment in which they can overcome obstacles and succeed,” Principal Freddy Arteaga said. “Being among the few schools selected across the state as Model Continuation High Schools is a testament to the supportive culture we have worked hard to foster.” click story title for more...

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  • Rock Star Teacher

    Natividad Vizcaino utilizing a SmartBoard to illustrate concepts of linear algebra to her 6th period Integrated Math class.

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  • Access to Technology

    David Doorn's 5th period Integrated Math class using a class set of chromebooks and Google sheets to explore the topic of linear regression.

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  • Fine Arts

    Adrian Isida using a Wacom Cintiq which allows the user to draw on the computer using a dedicated stylus. The commercial art class has four of these available for students to use.

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District News

  • El Monte Union High School District Mask Mandate - Effective October 15, 2021

    The El Monte Union High School District recognizes that wearing face masks reduces the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The health and safety of our students and staff continue to be our priority.

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  • A Message from the Superintendent Regarding Vaccination Mandate

    El Monte Union is committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for all of our students and staff. On Oct. 6, the Board of Trustees directed the District to require that all eligible students who are 12 years of age and older be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Jan. 3 to continue to take part in on-site instruction. Student athletes must be fully vaccinated by Nov. 19. To be considered fully vaccinated, two weeks must have passed after receiving the second dose of the vaccine. Adding vaccination for COVID-19 to the existing vaccine requirements for our students ensures that we can safely continue offering the highest-quality public instruction, rigorous in-person learning, and extracurricular activities on our campuses that promote the growth and development of our students.

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  • Free Walk-Up & Drive Thru Flu Shot Clinic

    El Monte Union High School District will be hosting a FREE Walk-up and Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinic at El Monte High School from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m on Saturday, Oct. 30th.

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  • El Monte Union to Hold Public Hearing, Discuss Shift to By-Trustee Formation

    The El Monte Union High School District is launching a series of public meetings to gather community input as the process of shifting from at-large elections to by-trustee area elections begins. The shift means that instead of residents voting for any board candidate on the ballot within the District’s boundaries, residents will vote for a single candidate residing in their newly drawn trustee-area, usually one-fifth of the entire District. The change will go into effect November 2022. Our community is encouraged to participate in our live and virtual meetings, click the story title for more information on meeting opportunities.

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