High school students in the Santa Ana Unified School District who are interested in enrolling in specialized curricula for the 1989-90 school year at schools outside their attendance areas can register Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at several schools.
Other students can enroll for the program when they normally enroll for school.
The so-called “strand” program was created by the school board when plans were made to begin a specialized high-technology program at Century High School, which will open in the fall. School trustees decided that they also wanted specialized programs available at three high schools.
The “strand” programs available are the visual and performing arts program at Santa Ana High School; information processing at Saddleback High School; intensive academics at Valley High School, and the high-tech program at Century High School.
Space for students who want to transfer from outside the attendance area of their high school is limited. Registration will be held for each school at the respective school offices, except for Century High School.
Registration for Century’s program will be at the Regional Occupational Program office at 1815 S. Ritchey St. in Santa Ana, also from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.4/1