PULSE Pathway

Peers United for Leadership, Service and Equity

Social Justice and Peer Leadership

PULSE aims to grow a community of lifelong activists who advocate for social justice in whatever field they pursue. Students study literature, writing, media, art, and history through curriculum that focuses on the experiences of people of color, women, immigrants, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and other marginalized communities. Students apply their learning through participation in a weekly committee where they design and implement a change-making project to address an issue impacting the community.


Teachers: Mr. Bayangos, Ms. Bjorklund, Mr. Bromwell, Ms. Kristia, Mr. Gonzalez, and Mr. Robledo

Students at PULSE Day
Students at PULSE Day


PULSE Courses:

11th Grade12th Grade

American Literature

US History

World Art

Critical Thinking and Social Change/Commitees

European Literature

American Democracy

Teaching for Social Justice






This page was last updated on March 4, 2024