Our mission is to prepare highly literate students who are motivated to be lifelong learners, problem solvers, and productive citizens who will become leaders of our community and nation. In order to achieve our vision, the staff, parents, community, and educational partners of Rosa Parks are committed to a quality education for all students.
Due to COVID19, the office will be closed. Please visit http://sandi.net for information on when schools will reopen again.
For Enrollment for the 20-21 school year. Please call 619 344-3800, leave you name and number and we will return your call. You can also enroll online at https://www.sandiegounified.org/neighborhood-schools-and-enrollment-options
Rosa Parks has a brand new telephone number. Our number is 1-619-344-3800. The old telephone number, (619) 282-6803 will be discontinued in three months.
Each year in June, 40 - 50 Hoover Seniors put on their caps and gowns and walk thru the halls, classrooms, PE fields or auditoriums of our Hoover Cluster schools. This year the Senior Walk is June 7th, 2019.
Coffee with the Cops on June 4, 2019! Strengthen our community relations Learn how SDUSD police officers keep our school climates safe! Identify community safety concerns. Meet in Multipurpose Room. 7:45am-9:00am
The NAT is offering free admission for up to four people when you present your EBT card with valid photo ID.
Come learn about Hoover High School and the opportunities for academic success. Classroom visits and campus tour included!
CAC is presenting a conference with a focus on college applications, financial aid, tests, transition to college tips, guest speakers, giveaways and more!AC College Workshops and Resource Fair
Random Acts of Kindness is an internationally recognized week founded upon the powerful belief in kindness and dedicated to providing awareness and resources that encourage acts of kindness.