School of Scholars and Champions    •   Respectful and Compassionate People    •    Responsible and Ethical Citizens    •    Resourceful and Articulate Students

Welcome to El Molino High School

A message from Principal Matt Dunkle

The 2014-2015 school year was a great year at El Molino High School, full of students demonstrating their many interests and talents. As we embark on this school year and witness the fiftieth graduating class from El Molino High School, the class of 2016, we are confident that 2015-2016 will be exceptional as well....

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Bulletin Board

    • Finals Schedule Spring 2016: Link to Finals Schedule

    • New Student Email Addresses

      Attention next year’s Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors:

      The student email addresses will be changing for next year. The change will happen soon after school concludes in June. If you need to use your email during the summer, you will need to know the new email address pattern. Your new email address will be:

      Your first initial, the first four letters of your last name, followed by the last 3 digits of your permanent ID. For example, if your name is John Smith and your permanent ID is 77123456, your new email address will be: Your password will not change.

      Your new email address will also log you into Aeries. You will see a new button on the Aeries Login page that says “Sign in with Google”. Click the button and sign in to your campus Gmail account, and you will also be signed into Aeries.

      If you have any problems and/or you need to know your permanent ID, please send an email to:

    • Registration and Course Request information is now available online

      Chick here to view info

    • 2016-2017 Curriculum Planning Guide is now available

      Click Here to download

    • Eighth Grade Registration:

      If you are unable to attend a registration session or have any questions about the registration process, please call 824-6575. Information about registration can also be found here-Eighth Grade Registration letter

    • Register to vote- click the image below

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  • We Are El Molino Video

    Find out what makes El Molino an outstanding school. “We Are El Molino” is a short documentary video told from student’s and parent’s perspectives. We Are El Molino Video

  • After School Tutoring

    Academic Tutoring is now available after school. Click for more info

  • Become a Booster member or sponsor

    Support El Molino programs by joining Boosters here or be an athletics sponsor here..

  • Subscribe to the Email Bulletin  to stay up to date on activities and events at El Molino.

  • School Payments Made Easy

    Pay for school meals and more, anytime, anywhere from your computer or smartphone.

    Create your FREE account HERE to get started.

  • Support El Molino programs while you shop

    Using eScrip’s Online Mall retailers give you a savaings plus a percentage to El Molino Boosters! Whether its Nordstrom, the Apple Store, or eBay, your shopping will make a difference for El Molino. Register at and install the ForgetMeNot app at the eScrip Online Mall to remind you when you visit one of the generous online shops.


Upcoming Events

It takes a village... Get involved and come support the creativity and talent of our students. Volunteer, participate, tell a friend.

El Mo Ag Booster 12th Annual BBQ 6/18/16
El Molino Ag Booster's 12th Annual BBQ is June 18th, 2016 5-9:30 pm @ Santa Rosa Jr. College Shone Farm: 7450 Steve Olson Lane Forestville, CA. Tickets can be purchased by filling out the form at this link. Also, to help this be a successful event if anyone would be willing to donate an item to be added to one of the themed baskets email-

We Are El Molino

We are the faces of the future. From over 60 square miles extending from Sebastopol to Fort Ross, from Santa Rosa to the Pacific Ocean we come together to learn, to share our dreams and make new friends.

El Molino High School is a 41-acre college-like campus renowned for its diversity, student friendly atmosphere, integrated athletics programs and rigorous approach to academics.

21st Century

The future will ask our kids to be nimble,
curious, flexible, adaptive and smart. How
do we prepare this generation for success?

Hands-On Learning

Help our students focus, analyze, define, evaluate, explain and solve problems.

Advanced AP Classes

Teach effective speaking, writing, reading, and technological skills vital to 21st Century communication.

Career Focused

Develop creative thinkers who possess curiosity and imagination to innovate in the workplace.

Involved Community

Foster collaboration skills, such as goal-setting, decision-making, and resolution of conflicts to achieve common goals.

El Molino News
50 years of education continues

May 10, 2016

El Molino Culinary Students Impress Judges at Chefs of Tomorrow

Six El Molino students represented the school and competed against six other schools for the best appetizers at the 17th annual Wine Country Chefs of Tomorrow fundraiser. The Lions worked for weeks with Chef Francesco Torre of Canneti Roadhouse Italiana to plan and prepare their chosen dishes. “I am very proud of my students,” said Culinary Arts instructor  Chef Christopher Correa.

Link to Sonoma West Times and News article


April 20, 2016

El Molino athletes succeed as academic stars

El Molino encourages students to be multi-sport athletes and El Molino’s integrated athletics program supports athletes to be successful academically. This year seven varsity teams scored a grade point average of 3.0 or above, to be North Coast Section Distinguished Teams.

Link to article


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April 19, 2016

El Molino grad is longest serving officer in the Sebastopol Police Department

On March 19, 1981, Scott Verse,  El Molino Class of 1979, was hired as a reserve officer with the Sebastopol Police Department. Just 20-years-old, he embarked on what would become a 35 year — and counting — career serving the community as the department’s longest serving officer in its 114-year history.

Link to article

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