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  • Desert Valley High School

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    Desert Valley High School (DVHS) is one of three schools in the Brawley Union High School District that serve the communities of Brawley and Westmorland.  DVHS is part of the Alternative Education program in the Brawley Union High School District which also include: the Renaissance Program, Adult Education and Independent Studies.  

     

    DVHS was named a "Model Continuation High School" in 2014 by the California Department of Education for our contiued efforts to assist the students in the Brawley Union High School District.  DVHS serves as an academic intervention for students who have fallen behind in credits and/or grade point average at Brawley Union High School or just need a smaller academic environment.  DVHS regularly serves approximately 180 students, most of which are juniors and seniors in high school.

     

    Desert Valley High School strives to insure that all students graduate from high school and are prepared for their post-secondary goals.  Students at DVHS attend classes from 8:05am to 12:25pm and may participate in the district's Career Technical Education program in the afternoon.  

     

    The regular staff at DVHS include a principal, a counselor, eight teachers, an instructional aide and a secretary.  DVHS also works with personnel from Imperial County Behavioral Health Services and Imperial County Department of Social Services.

     

    For more information regarding Desert Valley High School please contact us at (760)-312-5100 or email us at tmunguia@brawleyhigh.org.