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Core Values

We believe that all students can learn.
We believe that every student deserves opportunities to succeed.
We believe that honoring diversity strengthens us. 
We believe that failure is not an option.
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Mission & Vision

Mission Statement
Bowman's mission is to provide a safe haven where everyone is valued and respected. All staff members, in partnership with parents and families are fully committed to students' college and career readiness. Students are empowered to meet current and future challenges to develop social awareness, civic responsibility, and personal growth. Many opportunities are provided to support students as they develop into productive and informed participants in a global community.
Vision Statement
Bowman's vision is to forge strong, positive connections with students so they can achieve independence, build confidence, and gain academic knowledge. Bowman provides students with a variety of opportunities to learn, grow, and thrive. Bowman creates a trusting, caring environment in which diversity is honored and respected. Positive relationships are the core of Bowman's success. We acknowledge that growth occurs when individuals feel safe, respected, and appreciated. Bowman creates a culture that values people and connections, making it a unique, accepting, academic environment for students to succeed on many levels. At Bowman, our purpose is to prepare students to move forward with a strong sense of self into a life filled with promise.


Fall 2024 Registration

Registration/Picture day is Wednesday, Aug 7. 9:00-10:30 am for Seniors, 10:30-11:30 am for Juniors. Late registration is Friday, August 9 from 9:30-11:00 am.
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The Wellness Department is now offering a VIRTUAL student support group!

This Wellness Support Group is offered to any student in the Hart District. It’s function is to support students and provide an opportunity for students to share feelings, coping strategies and/or personal experiences in a caring, virtual setting. We understand that some students may be having a difficult time managing their socio-emotional wellbeing and may need an additional supportive outlet that is offered virtually so that they do not feel like they are missing out on their educational instruction. This group is voluntary for any Hart District student to attend.
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At A Glance

  • 91% Successful Transition Rate
  • 15:1 Student: Teacher Ratio
  • Awarded California Model
  • Continuation High School 20 years concurrent
  • 3 Different Schooling Options