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Student Engagement Survey

Please enter the word Stockton followed by your Student ID in the box below (no spaced). Example: Stockton123456.

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Keep track of your child's atttendance and grades follow the link below .


Weber's Student Achievement Data


2013:  714

2012:  715

2011:  713

Graduation Rate

2013:   78%

2012:  92.5%

2011:  85.9 %

2010:  79.45%

Contact us!

302 W. Weber
Stockton, CA 95203

Phone: (209) 933-7330
Fax: (209) 466-7548

Katrina Johnson Leon

Interim Principal

Seniors, Let's keep in touch

The Stockton Unified School District would like to see how you are doing after leaving our schools.  Please follow the link below so we can record your contact information.

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Thank you


Odyssey/Compass Learning

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Teacher Shout Out; Say Thank You!

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Herff Jones is sponsoring a way to say thank you to a teacher, advisor or coach, past or present that has made a difference.  Go to TeacherShoutout.com and post a thank you.  Tell your friends in Facebook and Twitter.  The teachers with the most votes may get a thank you in cash!

Outstanding Senior Projects

We recgonize Seniors from the Class of 2014 who had the highest Senior Portfolio Scores.  4.0 is a perfect score on the Paper, Physcial Projeect and Presentation

Health Academy:

Osiris Ramon- 3.96

Waseemah Ali- 3.64

Terlin Murrillo- 3.6

Technology Academy:

Diana Alvarado- 3.9

Ivan Reynoso- 3.85

Estevan Mora, Jordan Padilla, Rafael Hernandez= 3.7

 Transportation/Green Fuels Academy:

Alonso Pineda- 3.96
Mathew Banales- 3.6


Success in the New Economy

A must watch video for parents, students and all eductors about the new economy and what the traditional university degree no longer does for graduates. Technical skills coupled with strong well rounded acadmic knowledge is the key to success in today's and the future economy.

Click here:  Success in the New Economy  by Kevin Flemming at Citrus College

Welcome to Weber Institute

The Weber Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology was founded by the Stockton Unified School District in 2000 as a "Specialty School". It is divided into three career academies: Information Technology, Health and Transportation & Green Energies. The school now serves a 9th-12th grade student body of 400-425 students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds. Students come via an application process and a contract with affirmed commitments by students, parents and school.  (See the application on the left.)  Students are expected to maintain a 2.0 GPA, good attendance and have no discipline issues to be considered and enrollment continued from year to year.

Weber Institute is dedicated to academic and career preparation with an emphasis on beign productive citizens. Students learn using new equipment meeting current industry standards each of the three academies. Weber Institute seeks to provide a smooth transition from school to work as students are encouraged to participate in internship programs in their particular career.  This allows students the opportunity to practice those skills obtained at the Institute. The school maintains a “workplace” culture with students in appropriate professional dress.

Weber Institute framework is based upon the career academy model as follows:
1) A small learning community within the larger high school,
2) A curriculum that combines a career focus while meeting college entrance requirements,
3) Partnerships/Internships with supporting employers, community members, and institutions of higher education (CASN, 2005).
4) Students are required to complete a final portfolio consisitng of a research paper, physcial project and presentation prior to graduation.

Weber graduates are prepared for College and Career: 

~  They earn their high school diploma

~  They can qualify for a 4 year university

~  They can earn transfer credit to Delta College

~  They can earn an industry internship at a local business or community organization

~  They can earn an industry certificate from their Academy (see each academy program for more details)

Contact us to take a tour.  We welcome future students, parents, community members and other educators.

Weber’s Dress Code


No Red of Blue Clothing, Accessories, etc. are allowed on campus


Button-down or polo

Small brands logos are OK on polo shirts

Solid Colors (including layers): Only Black, White, Gray or Brown

Appropriately Buttoned

No bare midriffs


Solid colors: Only black, khaki/beige, white, grey or brown

No Sagging: pants must be worn at the waist

Skirts: at least knee length; Capris must be calf length

No jeans, shorts, jeggings, leggings, or Yoga pants


No red or blue allowed.

ONLY school, college, or military-affiliated logos are permitted

High school team jerseys/sweatshirts OK on game day only

MUST wear collared shirt underneath

NO Levi/denim jean type material


No solid neon colors

No stiletto/high heels, open toe or backless shoes

No red or blue insignia or trim


Lanyards must follow the same standards as SWEATSHIRTS/SWEATERS AND JACKETS

Headphones are not allowed around the neck while in class

No hats in doors at any time

Scarves must follow the same allowed colors

no rubber bands around the pant legs

Belts and buckles follow the same allowed colors, and appropriate emblems (no drug, gang, sexual or other inappropriate references)

Industry Uniforms

Scrubs are permissible, but may not be red or blue

Shop Shirts are permissible, but may not be red or blue.  Must be tucked in like the collared shirts

New Mission and ESLR posters

Weber has updated the Mission and ESLR posters.  They were desgined by Odalys Sanchez and Jennifer Cardenas for the 13-14 school year.


Need Tutoring?

If you need help with homework, understanding science & math, or bringing your reading and writing skills up, you may need a tutor.  The district provides tutoring through outside providors at no or low cost depending on the family's income.  To learn more, follow the link below. 

Supplemental Educational Services


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Today: 12/19/14


See your local Art Teacher or Art Club Member for your chance to own 13 poems and 13 pieces of modern art in one fashionable and useful calendar. Get them now while they last.

Shuttle Astronaut Jose Hernandez Lands at Weber

Jose Hernendez

Superintendant Dr. Steven Lowder and Board member David Varela discussed the progress of Weber Institute's new aviation program with former Astronaut and congressional candidate Jose Hernandez. Jose Hernandez was at Weber today to share his life story as an SUSD student and his 14 days in space on the space shuttle Discovery with students in Mr. Foster's aviation construction and design class. Students in the class were treated to an informal morning with Mr. Hernandez as they talked with him about his life and how important education and perseverance were in realizing his childhood goal of becoming an astronaut.



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