No, SET is a charter school, which means you can enroll in our school no matter where you live. We have students that commute as much as two hours daily, just to attend.
SET is tuition-free public school that operates much like a private school.
No, SET is a public school that educates all high-school-aged students.
SET is similar to a private school, with small class sizes and individualized academic support for all learners.
To make a tour appointment, please contact Ms. Carrie Heath at (858) 874-4338 or by email at email@example.com. All students attending a tour must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. After the tour, if your student would like to experience a day in the life as a SET student, you can schedule a shadow day with Ms. Heath at the front desk.
On a shadow day, you will be paired up with a current student ambassador from our school. On the morning of your shadow day, a member of our staff will greet you and introduce you to your student ambassador. The shadow day will give you a view of a typical day at SET including breaks, lunch and student interactions with peers and staff. At the end of the day, you will be taken back to the front office to sign out. At that time, you will have the opportunity to meet with the principal or another faculty member to ask any questions you may have. Please bring a lunch on shadow day.
Yes, absolutely, after your tour and/or shadow day, we can put you in touch with parents whose students attend SET so you can get to know our community.
You will receive an email after enrolling that will give you details on the next steps. If you do not receive an email for some reason, please contact the school by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 858-874-4338.
Registration takes place over the summer in July. At registration, students and parents will have a conference with one of our staff members to choose their schedule, hand in required documents and obtain school forms.
At registration, you will need to bring in a copy of following documents:
Retreat will occur during the first week of school and is mandatory for all freshmen. The retreat is an overnight night trip that takes place in San Diego. The first day is a planned group activity and then the second day is a series of team-building exercises with staff and upper class peer counselors. The retreat is a great way for new students to bond with each other as well as staff, transitioning them into the start of a successful school year.
SET’s block schedule allows students to take 8 classes in a year instead of 5. This allows students to take more electives that interest them, take college courses for free during their senior year to earn college credit, to catch up if they are behind, retake classes if credit was not earned and gives more flexibility in their schedule for internships.
Any grade below a 70 is considered to be an F. At SET we are determined to support and motivate students to achieve high grades. If a student starts to fall below a 70, then additional support is given by teachers and our academic coaches to help ensure that students can raise their grades.
Please click on this link to see the clubs that are offered at SET. Clubs may change from year to year as they are based on student interest and participation. At orientation, each student will have a chance to learn about and sign up for the clubs that interest them.
SET High is a proud member of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), which promotes high school athletics throughout the state, and SET students compete in the Frontier League in basketball, volleyball, track & field, cross country and golf. At Orientation, students will have the opportunity to ask questions and sign up for sports. Students must be academically eligible to participate. All athletes must obtain athletic clearance before participating in a sport. Here is the link https://athleticclearance.com. If you have any questions about our sports program you can email our Athletic Director, Darrell McClendon at email@example.com.
No, under CIF rules, you cannot join a sports team at your local school, even if we do not have that sport. However, if you are interested in participating in an individual sport (swim, drive, crew or tennis) that we do not have at SET, our Athletic Director may be able to make arrangements with one of the local charter schools to participate in their programs, while still representing SET.
We believe that each of our students must take personal ownership of the life they desire beyond SET, fully supported by the Ready, SET, College team and families. We invest significant time and passion into our students to help them build their unique mold and identify a university most suitable for their journey of growth. We are here to coach, guide, advocate, and catalyze the college-planning process on an individualized basis, leaving behind the one-size-fits-all approach. We believe that getting SET for college is a four-year process that begins freshman year and is reinforced every step along the way. The Ready, SET, College team empowers students with course selection throughout their time at SET, helps research college options, and provides input and guidance on the completion and submission of applications and financial forms. Our goal is to help our students realize their dreams and gain acceptance to the school that will help them grow and achieve greatness beyond their life at SET. Whether they choose a highly competitive university, a music-repertory school, or a college for the visual and performing arts, we believe in our students and we promise to invest in them to maximize their potential.
Coleman Tech was the name of our school when it was first founded in 2010. In 2016, under new leadership, we changed the name to The School for Entrepreneurship & Technology to best reflect the mission that an entrepreneurship-based education harnesses the passions of students, motivating students to achieve at the highest level.