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High School2021-07-15T13:18:27-07:00

Project Description

About Our High School

With a staff committed to the love of Christ and a heart to serve your children, the High School program of PacPoint offers balance of social and academic skills, preparing students for College and later life.

At the high school, students use an online learning management system for every class. Every student uses an iPad that contain digital books for school work. We provide an opportunity for high schoolers to develop a positive self-image through an awareness of God’s presence in their lives.

Pacific Point has Dual Credit college courses! This is a unique opportunity where students are able to begin their college general education requirements under the tutelage and encouragement of our administration. We currently have an MOU with Colorado Christian, Grand Canyon, and William Jessup Universities.

Pacific Point Christian’s High School campus is located at 2220 Pacheco Pass Hwy, Gilroy, CA 95020.

Lynda Snelgrove
Jr. High & High School Principal
Erik Adams
Vice Principal 

Laurie Mattocks
Office Manager

Amy Graves
Business Office Manager
Rebecca Perez
Admissions
Jennifer Welch
IT Supervisor/Communications
Meghan Adams
Instructor
Maintenance

Alec Vucinich
Athletic Director/Instructor

Gwen Prettyman
Instructor
Jerod Prettyman
Assistant AD & Instructor

Dawn Tate
Instructor

Morgan Thomas
Instructor

Emily Whiteley
Instructor

Vicki Wilson
Instructor

Victor Zepeda
Custodian

2020-2021 iPad Requirements

All students entering 7th-12th grade for the 2020-2021 school year will be required to bring their own iPads. The iPad you use for school will need to be capable to run the newest iOS. We recommend that you get a storage capacity of 128GB. We are also requiring the purchase of an Apple pencil or stylus that will work with your iPad.

You can use Apple Pencil (1st generation) with these iPad models:

  • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st or 2nd generation)
  • iPad Pro 10.5-inch
  • iPad Pro 9.7-inch
  • iPad Air (3rd generation)
  • iPad (7th generation)
  • iPad (6th generation)
  • iPad mini (5th generation)

You can purchase refurbished iPads at Gazelle

If you have any questions, please contact our technology department at helpdesk@pacpoint.org

HIGH SCHOOL BELL SCHEDULE

PERIOD 1                 8:15-9:30

BREAK                     9:35-9:45

PERIOD 2                 9:50-11:10

BREAK                    11:10-11:25

PERIOD 3               11:30-12:50

LUNCH                 12:50-1:10

PERIOD 4                1:15-2:35

BREAK                     2:35-2:45

PERIOD 5               2:45-3:55

6-12 JUNIOR HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL DRESS CODE POLICY:

Dress Code Standards for Junior High and High School (6th grade to 12th grade).
Students in Junior High and High School do not wear uniforms but follow a dress code.
Logowear purchased from the approved LionWear website is strongly encouraged.

Students should seek to honor Christ at all times, and the matter of their appearance is no exception. Students’ dress should show respect for themselves, their families, and their school. “For you were bought with a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which are God’s” 1 Corinthians 6:19-20.

Please ask these questions when selecting clothing and hairstyles:

  • Is it modest?
  • Might my appearance be disruptive by calling undue attention to myself?
  • Does my appearance identify with a countercultural group or rebellious element of society?
  • Am I setting a higher standard for myself in speech, life, love, and purity? “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity.” 1 Timothy 4:12.

Respect for our Christian values and appropriateness is required:
All decisions concerning compliance with the dress code will be at the discretion of the faculty and administration. Should there be questions regarding the dress code, parents are encouraged to call or email the school prior to clothing purchases or hairstyle changes.

Student Dress & Appearance Policies:

  • Logos, slogans, pictures promoting drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sexual imagery, rebellion against authority, gangs, or anything that is contrary to Christian standards may not be worn/brought to school.
  • Sweatpants, workout pants/shorts, and pajamas may not be worn. Only school logo sweatpants are allowed and only during PE.
  • Body piercing or tattoos (permanent or not) are not allowed. Students are to refrain from body piercing and tattooing while attending Pacific Point Christian Schools with the exception of pierced ears (maximum of 2 piercings per ear). Post or small dangling style allowed for earrings, or ¼” gauge maximum.
  • Students may not write on their bodies with ink, markers, etc.
  • Students entering Pacific Point Christian Schools who already have body piercing(s) other than ears are required to remove them while on campus and at all school-sponsored activities. Covering piercings with a patch or Band-Aid is not sufficient.
  • Tattoos are to remain covered at all times.
  • No gauges or hoop nose rings may be worn.
  • Hair should be neat and clean.
  • Hats, beanies, baseball caps, hoods, and head coverings are not to be worn indoors (including chapel). Sunglasses must not be worn indoors. Bandanas and similar head coverings are not to be worn at school.
  • Clothing must be neat, clean, modest, and of proper size and fit. Excessively loose-fitting or form-fitting clothing is not permitted. Athletic attire and PE clothes should not be worn to school except on dress-down days.
  • Clothes must not have holes that show skin or undergarments above the appropriate level for shorts (mid-thigh).
  • Proper footwear is to be worn at all times for safety purposes. Athletic shoes are required for PE classes.
  • Flip flops are permitted for high school students only.
  • Any clothing, jewelry, backpacks, binders, book covers, pins, etc., with counter-culture, band references, political statements, or anything that can be construed as divisive, are not permitted.
  • Pants must not be sagging below the hips.

Additional Dress Code for Female Students:

  • As a general rule the length of all shorts, skirts, and dresses should be no more than 5 inches from the top of the kneecap when standing or sitting. This standard applies to dresses, skirts, and shorts worn with leggings.
  • Spaghetti straps and low-cut shirts are not permitted. Straps must be at least 2” wide, and cover bra straps. No low-cut necklines that expose cleavage on tops or dresses. No midriff tops or tops with clingy fabric. Modest clothing is stressed.
  • Acceptable underclothing must be worn (including bras). Undergarments must not be visible at any time.
  • Lightly applied make-up may be worn modestly.

Additional Dress Code for Male Students:

  • Facial hair will be allowed as long as it is neat and trim.
  • Muscle shirts, undershirts, or tank tops are not allowed to be worn alone (under a sleeved shirt is permitted). All shirts must have sleeves. Cutoff sleeves are not allowed.

Student Dress Code for Semi-Formal/ Formal Events:
The following guidelines should be considered while choosing your student’s attire for the event. In addition, for some events, the event coordinator may request a picture of the outfit prior to the event in order to give final approval.

Gentlemen:

  • Dress slacks
  • Collared shirt (tie and jacket optional)
  • Nice shoes or boots

Ladies:

  • Dress, pantsuit, or long skirt
  • Dress length must meet current dress code
  • Dress straps must be a minimum of one-inch width
  • Spaghetti strap, strapless, off-the-shoulder, or backless dresses must be worn with a jacket, shawl, or bolero type wrap at all times.
  • Dress length may be no longer than the heel of your shoe (due to tripping hazards)
  • Dress style shoes should be worn and be comfortable enough to climb stairs
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OUR PRINCIPAL

OUR VICE PRINCIPAL

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:6-7 (NIV)


Lynda Snelgrove

Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”

Psalms 91:1-2 (NIV)


Erik Adams

Upcoming Events

High School Campus

2220 Pacheco Pass
Gilroy, CA 95020
Phone:  (408) 847-0111

"I have 2 kids in Pacific Point. We have been members of the Pac Point family since 2017. We are grateful for the Christian values. All the teachers and administrators have compassionate hearts. We know our children are receiving a top-notch education in a safe and warm environment." -Nneka Chiazor "Pac Point is doing such an amazing job in keeping the kids and staff safe, following all the proper guidelines. My son is so happy to finally be back in school and make friends and learn. The teachers and staff are just wonderful. We love Ms. T. She is always showing how much she cares for our children and helps them out when they need it. We love Pac Point ." -Veronica Marquez "Pac Point has been a major blessing for our family. I changed jobs in May and we moved from LA to the Bay Area during COVID19. Needless to say, it was a significant challenge. Abigayle and Izabelle have been troopers but were already struggling at their local public school. Immediately upon enrolling at PPC, the Lord opened up in-class education and they were able to attend. In the time they've been there, they have both fallen in love with the school. I've never seen them so happy to go to class and do their homework. Their printed weekly homework schedule is a dream come true. It's never been easier for my wife and I to keep the girls on track! With Abby's ADHD she's really struggled since 1st grade. We were so proud and overjoyed to see her last report card full of A's, we almost cried! I asked Abby why she thinks that even though this school is harder, she is doing better. She said that her teacher spends more time with her and helps keep her focused. We are humbled by the experience with Pacific Point and are grateful from the bottom of our hearts." -Steven Hickman "My son is a first-grader at Pac Point . This is our second year at Pac Point and we really like the intimate, smaller class size atmosphere. Another thing that I really appreciate is that you have chapel and music class and that you do prayer and still say the Pledge of Allegiance before starting class! These are some of the things that many schools have dropped, but I think are so important. The only gripe I have is that sometimes it seems like I get too many emails throughout the week. Some are repetitive reminders & the teachers are already reminding us of the email they send, but I think over-communicating is better than under communicating, so not a big deal." -Mariah Cortez

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