School Policies

All school policies, dress code, discipline and attendance can be found in the school handbook.

2014-15 Parent-Student Handbook


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Attention, Students

Alta Loma University begins on Monday, December 18 and continues on Tuesday, December 19. When you get to school, go straight to the first period class for each day on your ALMS U schedule.

If you have modern dance, yoga, volleyball, or lacrosse, you may wear your PE sweat pants or shorts instead of uniform pants (the PE locker rooms will NOT be open on Monday and Tuesday). You may also support your favorite college by wearing a college t-shirt, sweatshirt, or jacket. It is not a free dress day, so you must be in the rest of your uniform.

It’s a good idea to bring your backpack, emptied of all your other school materials, to carry anything you create in your special classes. You should also bring a writing utensil for all classes and colored pencils or markers if you have a drawing class.

Let’s be ready for two unique days of higher learning!


On behalf of the cast, crew, and teaching staff who brought you Sherlock Holmes,

Thank you very much for your support of our performance. So many people attending is a gift and honors our hard work and commitment to drama at ALMS. It also keeps our club funded for the next production! We will see you for the musical, Disney’s Mulan Jr., in April! Thanks again.

With Gratitude, 

ALMS Drama Club




While you're doing your holiday shopping on December 18th, stop by Five Guys and Panda Express from 5-9pm to support Alta Loma! Bring the attached flyer. Go Rams! #RamFam




Alta Loma Middle School is excited about our new program, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS). PBIS is a proactive approach to establishing the support needed for all students in school to achieve social, emotional, and academic success. Key focus areas of PBIS at Alta Loma include prevention, positive behavior supports, and using data to better determine the needs of our students.

We are looking for help from local community and surrounding area businesses to help support students and our program at Alta Loma Middle School. Acknowledging both students and staff for their dedication to the program will help ensure the success of PBIS in our school and help support positive behaviors in the community. Any form of support you may be able to provide would be greatly appreciated. Examples of things that may be helpful would include gift certificates, product sets/baskets, or financial donations to help purchase materials needed for the program. Any donation will be publicly acknowledged, as we are deeply grateful for your support.

We look forward to  partnering with you to ensure the success of our students.

Please use the form attached to fill out the necessary information and keep the portion below as an unofficial receipt for your records, until an official one is sent to you upon receiving the donation.




ALMS is a Gold Ribbon School

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recognizes Alta Loma as one of four schools in San Mateo County for the 2017 California Gold Ribbon Award. Read more: www.cde.ca.gov