Vision and Mission

bonitawaypngVision Statement

“The Faculty and Staff of Bonita High School are dedicated to creating a culture that provides a rigorous, well-rounded education and produces citizens who are college and career ready.”

Mission Statement

“In order to prepare students for an ever-changing world, Bonita High School provides rich opportunities for growth and development in the Academics, Activities, Arts and Athletics. These 4 A’s provide students with unique opportunities to become lifelong learners who explore and develop into productive members of society.”

School Wide Learning Outcomes

Bonita High School students should/will know and successfully accomplish the following objectives upon graduation. These objectives were set forth as developed by the students, parents and staff of Bonita High School.


  •  Demonstrate leadership and a commitment to service
  •  Develop a 5-year post high school plan according to goals that emphasize civic responsibility and community values
  • Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the benefits of cultural diversity and its contributions to the nation
  • Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of American culture and values


  •  Demonstrate the ability to organize and take action on personal, academic, and professional goals
  •  Manage resources and time effectively
  •  Acknowledge, understand, and assume responsibility for the consequences of one’s actions


  •  Demonstrate the ability to make choices based upon a variety of critical thinking models
  •  Demonstrate the ability to locate, examine, analyze, and synthesize information
  • Select and use appropriate technology to perform tests, analyze data, and diagnose problems


  • Understand the relationship between learning in the classroom and civic, personal, and professional success
  • Demonstrate quality writing across the disciplines that emphasizes the writing and revision process
  • Develop study habits that are effective at home, school, and work
  • Demonstrate competence in the state standards across the disciplines


  • Utilize technology to maximize effective communication in multiple settings
  • Demonstrate the ability to understand audience, with appropriate vocabulary and effective organization
  • Construct and deliver written and oral pieces that clearly articulate the intended message


  • Exhibit pride and appreciation for the efforts of all of the members of the Bonita High School community, including teachers, staff, students, and parents
  • Help all students participate in activities inside and outside of the classroom that will increase success
  • Appreciate the diversity within the school and reach out to students without regard to race, gender, grade level, and academic placement


Be Extraordinary Bearcats



The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), a world-renowned accrediting association and one of the six regional accrediting agencies in the United States. WASC accreditation is a school improvement process and therefore is a process that serves as the foundation for quality education. An accredited school is a statement to the broader community and the stakeholders that it is trustworthy institution for student learning and committed to ongoing improvement.

Bonita High School during its most recent WASC accreditation in 2017 earned a six year clear.