Independence High School awarded highest accreditation
Independence High School of Paso Robles recently was awarded a six-year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. A six-year accreditation is the highest possible certification granted by the association.
“This accreditation is the direct result of a dedicated and caring staff, outstanding student body, supportive administration and board”, said Paul Press, Principal of Independence High School. “It’s another example of the quality education that occurs within the Paso Robles Unified School District.”
Independence High School joins Paso Robles High School in receiving this top honor and acknowledgement of curricular excellence. Paso Robles High School was awarded a six-year accreditation in May 2013.
Independence High School is located at 812 Niblick Road, across the street from Paso Robles High School. Enrollment at Independence varies throughout the year with an average of 150 students grades 9 – 12. The purpose of Independence High School is to give students who may not be able to attend school on a daily basis a quality high school education using the same curriculum and calendar year as Paso Robles High School.