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Hayward High School

Khadijah AbdulHaqq

Site Coordinator


Mt. Eden

Sandra Marquez

Site Coordinator



Melanie Barcia

Site Coordinator


High School Programming

The YEP high school program provides students with access to after school activities designed to enrich their high school experience and improve their social and interpersonal skills, establish relationships with their teachers and peers, and improve their academic performance with programs like Credit Recovery, Bridge to College, and Driver’s  Education.  YEP also sponsors teacher-led activities such as the African American Student Union, Newspaper Club, Robotics Club, Polynesian Club, and Ballet Folklorico.  Teachers and/or school staff facilitate these sponsored activities.

While there are activities scheduled Monday through Friday from the time school ends until 6:00 pm, students only attend the classes or activities for which they have registered during their scheduled days and times.




Bridge to College is the only program in California -  and possibly, the nation - designed to provide college & career exploration to HUSD students beginning in the 7th grade through 12th grade.  In partnership with Chabot College, instructors provide courses on campus, directly after school, to expose students to the rigor of college-level classes and instill in them that college is possible!

Participation Requirements

In order to enroll in Bridge to College courses,  students must meet the following enrollment criteria: 

  • Be enrolled in 7th through 12th grade at the time of enrollment
  • Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher

Click here for more Information



Registration by counselor referral only

The YEP Credit Recovery program provides students with the opportunity to get back on schedule to graduate when they have fallen behind. The program is led by teachers and operates Monday - Friday from 3:45-5:45 PM.  Priority registration is for Seniors.  To be referred to the program, students need to contact their school counselor.

How to Apply for Credit Recovery

1) Student meets with their counselor.

2) Student completes the online Cyber High application.

3) The student's counselor will then get an email right away asking them to complete the request along with the course(s) requested.  The student will then get an email letting them know they are now on the waitlist and further instructions.

4) The parent/guardian will then receive a confirmation email.

2022-2023 Tennyson High School Credit Recovery Application

2022-2023 Mt. Eden High School Credit Recovery Application

2022-2023 Hayward High School Credit Recovery Application


Credit Recovery Student and Parent/Guardian Agreement

Credit Recovery Student Exit Survey




For students age 15 and up.

Driver's Education is the first step for teens to obtain a learner's permit and driver's license.  This in-person, interactive course uses the latest in animation, video, and web technology, to teach students the basic fundamentals of being a safe driver, and prepares them to take the California driver’s license written, and behind-the-wheel exams. A licensed Driver's Education Instructor is available to answer any questions and help students.  Students who successfully complete the course receive a DMV approved Driver’s training certificate. 

Click on the following links to register:

Register Here Logo Hayward High Driver's Ed

Register Here Logo Mt. Eden High Driver's Ed

Register Here Logo Tennyson High Driver's Ed




Through sponsorships, YEP supports many enrichment activity options for students that are led and facilitated by school teachers and staff. These activities are a huge draw for students as they allow students to explore their interests and develop relationships with their peers and teachers, strengthening their connection to their school community.  Activities vary by site and include options such as band, orchestra, choir, drama, film, leadership, dance, step, culinary arts, video production, AVID, Puente, and cultural enrichment clubs.  To find out more about the YEP sponsored activities at your school, contact the YEP Site Lead.