Henry J. Kaiser High School11155 Almond AvenueFontana, CA 92337
Terry Abernathy, PrincipalMarco Garcia, Assistant PrincipalFelix Jones, Assistant PrincipalJames Logan, Ph.D., Assistant PrincipalMonica Orduno, Assistant Principal
Henry J. Kaiser High School is located on the North East corner of Almond and Jurupa in Fontana. Kaiser is one of five comprehensive high school in the Fontana Unified School District. At this time we have an enrollment of approximately 2362 students. The student population is a rich mixture of 84.5% Hispanic, 6.8% African American, 5,1% White, 1.4% Asian, 1.1% Filipino, .3% American Indian, .3% Pacific Islander and .5% other ethnic backgrounds.
Fontana Unified School District Mission Statement
The mission of the Fontana Unified School District is to graduate all students prepared to succeed in a changing world.
Henry J. Kaiser High School Mission Statement
Together we will build a Kaiser High School community in which all students have the opportunity to progress academically, physically and ethically in a caring, safe and challenging learning environment.
Expected School wide Goals
Kaiser High School students have PRIDE. All Graduates will be:
Henry J. Kaiser
Henry J. Kaiser was one of the most prominent industrialists of his time. He founded more than 100 companies; among them were Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation, Kaiser Steel, Kaiser Cement and Kaiser Permanente.
Henry J. Kaiser was born in Sprout Brook, N.Y. on May 9, 1882. He left school at age 13 to go to work. When the client of a company he was working for in British Columbia went out of business, Kaiser got a loan and took over the client's company. This was the start of his industrial empire. His company helped build some of the largest dams in the West. During World War II he ran seven shipyards that made 1,490 ships. After the war, he expanded into aluminum and car manufacturing. He ended his auto business in 1953. The health-care plan instituted by Kaiser for his shipyard employees in 1942 was the first health maintenance organization (HMO) in the country and was later used as a model for federal programs. Kaiser died in Honolulu, Hawaii, on August 24, 1967.