DCP Alum Rock High School

Students at DCP Alum Rock High School are creating a legacy in East San José. 

9994_sft_awardbadge_nationalwinnerDCP Alum Rock High School opened its doors in Fall 2013 and has already been recognized at the local and national level. In the Spring of 2015, they were national winners in Samsung’s Solve For Tomorrow STEM Competition. This school year, 55% of students are enrolled in one of three levels of engineering courses, including a lab class to work on regional STEM competitions.

DCP Alum Rock High School is a fully accredited, A-G approved, tuition-free, public charter school authorized by the Santa Clara County Office of Education. DCP Alum Rock High School received the full six-year accreditation through 2022. Learn more about SCCOE’s Charter School Office.

LOCATION, CONTACT & HOURS

DCP Alum Rock High School–Grades 9-12
1776 Educational Park Dr., Bldg. K-5, San Jose, CA 95133

Phone
408-384-4554

Fax
408-271-8855

Email
lcarrillo@dcp.org

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Office
8:00am-4:30pm (M – FR)

Classes
8:20am-3:45pm (M, T, TH, FR)
8:20am-1:50pm (W)

ACCESS GRADES

DCP hosts all grades on a third-party platform called PowerSchool. A username and password was provided to you at school orientation. You will need that login information to access your and/or your child’s grades.

STUDENT ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD

View our CA Department of Education Student Accountability Report Card.

SCHOOL UNIFORMS

DCP students must be in uniform everyday. Our dress code is intended to help create a safe, productive learning environment that focuses on preparing students for college. Just as doctors, nurses, lawyers, and teachers all dress appropriately for their professions, we expect students to dress appropriately for a rigorous learning environment. Our uniform consists of a black, white, purple, orange, or gray DCP polo or logo-ed shirt paired with khaki or black pants.

Uniforms can be purchased from:

VIP Embroidery
2149 Stone Avenue, Suite 2
San Jose, CA 95125

“When I come to school I work hard because I want to go to college. Here at my school, that is the goal and the teachers help set our mindset to accomplish the work. Just the fact that I am not alone on my way to finishing high school and I know I have my teachers’ and my family’s support, makes me want to keep trying so I can succeed and go to college.”

10th Grader, DCP Alum Rock High School