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The overarching goal of Roosevelt High School is to provide a positive learning environment, and a culture of excellence that fosters student academic and social growth and achievement.  To increase student achievement, we must work in partnership with the home and community.  Parents are encouraged to be actively involved in their child’s education, because parent participation will help support student success.  We provide many opportunities to promote student growth, both academically and socially, with a dedicated and hard working staff, and by making numerous support services available to students and families.  We want our students to go beyond high school graduation and have access to a wide variety of post-secondary education options.  While students have been in school for many years before coming to high school, it is here where they set and solidify the foundation for their future. 

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Michael Allen
Principal
@mdallenfusd
Office Manager
253-5360

              Vice Principals: 9th Grade & 11th Grade                                  Vice Principals: 10th Grade & 12th Grade

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Vice Principal
253-5321
Vice Principal
253-5202
Vice Principal
253-5343
Gretchen Saldaña
Vice Principal
253-5359
​RSA Director​Head CounselorCollege & Career Coordinator
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253-5324
253-5244
Dina Scambray
253-5309

 

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Roosevelt High School  •   4250 E. Tulare St., Fresno, CA 93702   •   (559) 253-5200

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