LearnBoost welcomes McLane High
McLane High School (Fresno Unified School District) is a 9-12 public high school in Fresno, California located at the corner of Cedar and Clinton. Enrolling approximately 2300 students, it features a full academic curriculum as well as football stadium, track, and a breaking pool. Despite old buildings, the middle of campus is lush with trees and there is also a water fountain in the middle of campus. Recently, Principal Frank Sylvestro, McLane principal for 5 years and Fresno Unified staff for 37 years announced his retirement as Principal.
McLane has a variety of sports including soccer, volleyball, Waterpolo, basketball, tennis, baseball, softball, badminton, wrestling, cross country, swimming, football, and track and field. There is also a full JV/V cheer squad.
Doing sports at McLane also improves the Transcript towards college education. Duncan Polytechnic students can also join the McLane sports programs. A 2.0 GPA (Grade Point Average)GPA#United States and sports physical is required for all athletes.
Wrestling Team: Frank Montes State qualifier(8th) (2006); Alfonso Sanchez (3rd in State 2006)
Water Polo: Justin Hale, Joshua Wise, Marvin Whitehead named Second team All League 2008
Baseball: Valley Champions (1964, 2008)
In 2007 McLane became the recipient of the QUEIA  grant and thus will be expanding Small Learning Communities for the 2008 school year.
Freshmen Academy (Highlander Academy)
The program was founded in 1994 as a collaborative effort between McLane Principal Frank Silvestro and a professor from the Kremen School of Education, Jody Daughtry. Dr. Daughtry wanted to bring real high school students to the Fresno State campus so that professors and future teachers could learn from them. Mr. Silvestro wanted McLane students to experience college life with the hopes that more would enroll in college after completing high school.
Digital Learning Academy
 AVID is a program at McLane that helps students be organized, provides help and also teaches them to be prepared for college. AVID is a community support system with tutoring, career planning and mentoring.
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