Families

Buses - Staff, students, and families can look up current bus information, including bus number, pick-up times, and bus stop locations. Note: High school students can ride city Transpo buses free. All they have to do is show their student ID. Learn more >>

  • My Stop
    Track the movements of your bus via personal computer or smartphone.

Enroll - Children must be five (5) years of age on or before August 1 to be eligible for kindergarten.

Family and student portal - View student grades, attendance, graduation progress, and grade history using PowerSchool.

Free or reduced meals and textbooks

High school course descriptions - During your years in high school, you will have total access to a wide variety of engaging courses and programs, all of which will allow you to begin determining your strengths and aspirations. Through our Advanced Placement (AP) courses, and programs such as:

you will begin your journey toward becoming a well-rounded citizen ready for your secondary education and the workforce. In addition, students can earn college credits and graduate high school with an associate degree. This is the equivalent of two years of college, saving both time and money.

Limited criminal history background check for volunteers (Spanish version)

SBCSC apparel - t-shirts, hats, and sweats. 

Quick Tip - staff, families, and students can report questionable activity anonymously.

Work permits - Call Cindy Harris at 393-6109 or charris@sb.school.

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