Sequoia Union High School District Info & Open Enrollment
For all students who plan on enrolling in Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD), your "home school" is the one which your students will attend based on where they live. For the majority of our students, that home school is Menlo-Atherton High School. For SUHSD Enrollment Information click here. Students planning on attending a school in SUHSD will need to complete the address verification process.
If you wish to enroll your student in a SUHSD school other than your "home school", please review the SUHSD Open Enrollment page.
To determine your home school, go to BOUNDARY SEARCH or call the SUHSD district office at 650.369.1411 x22209.
Menlo-Atherton High School
On the M-A website, you can obtain a wealth of information for incoming 9th graders as well. You can learn about Campus tours, 8th Grade Information night, Shadowing, Preview Days, M-A Electives, and much more.
Menlo-Atherton High School’s Course Selection Information Night for 8th graders will take place March 28, 2023 at Menlo Atherton High School. M-A school counselors will present details about enrollment, the course selection process, requirements, timelines and important dates. Families are invited to this information-packed presentation to help prepare our incoming bears. Specific program details will be published on the M-A website homepage two weeks before the event.
M-A Open House is on Thursday, March 23, 2023. Open House offers current and potential families the opportunity to take a self-guided tour of campus and meet teachers from all departments in their classrooms. New families to M-A may attend our family resource fair in the PAC café. Families will receive information about course selection, address verification, summer programs and much more. The evening details will be posted on the M-A homepage two weeks prior to the event.
Sequoia Union High School District's T.I.D.E (Technology, Innovation, Design, Engineering) Academy is the first public high school, within the Peninsula, to focus on training students to be the future of Silicon Valley. Teachers at T.I.D.E Academy will develop the critical skills and aspirations of each student through the intimate attention of a small school setting. All curriculum will be STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, and Math) with project-based and interdisciplinary learning as a focal point. For more information on how to enroll, visit TIDE Academy Enrollment Process.