All DoDEA School’s Handbooks have gone digital!
For full instructions on how to access the new Digital Handbook and to confirm that you have read it. Please see the attached PDF.
Please visit your school's Homepage and click on the Handbook button to get started!
Our goal is to provide current and relevant information about our school to the military families we serve today and those we look forward to welcoming to our campus in the future.
Thank you for providing input on the proposed DoDEA-wide student dress code. The commenting period has ended; however, the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox will remain open until October 29, 2021.
DoDEA appreciates the many comments that have been submitted. This a great start to our working together to establish a DoDEA-wide dress code. As the next step in this process, Education Policy and Operations Division (EdOps) in collaboration with the Civil Rights Program will present your feedback to the DoDEA Civil Rights Steering Group (CRSG) for consideration.Email
Dear Parents and Students,
The first SAT exam will be held on October 2, 2021. Students must register no later than September 1. You must register online for the SAT at www.collegeboard.com. The CEEB code (school code) is 561-620 (SAT). The Test Center code is 67480 (SAT). When you put in your address (“APO, AP”) this is “in the country”. Remember that you are taking the test “out of country”. Search for the school and testing center by codes not by name.
Tuesdays are Early Release days
|Regular Hours||Tuesday Hours|
|Office Hours||0700 - 1600|
|School Hours||0800 - 1430||0800 - 1330|
|Regular Daily Schedule (Students can enter the building at 0750.)|
|A - 1||0800 - 0925||B - 1|
|A - 2||0930 - 1050||B - 2|
|Lunch||1055 - 1130||Lunch|
|A - 3||1135 - 1300||B - 3|
|A - 4||1305 - 1430||Seminar|
|Early Release Schedule (Students can enter the building at 0750.)|
|A - 1||0800 - 0910||B - 1|
|A - 2||0915 - 1020||B - 2|
|Lunch||1025 - 1100||Lunch|
|A - 3||1105 - 1215||B - 3|
|A - 4||1220 - 1330||Seminar|
|Late Start Schedule (Students can enter the building at 0950.)|
|A - 1||1000 - 1055||B - 1|
|A - 2||1100 - 1150||B - 2|
|Lunch||1155 - 1230||Lunch|
|A - 3||1235 - 1325||B - 3|
|A - 4||1330 - 1430||Seminar|
APO, AP 96328-5072
DSN Phone: 315-225-7018
From US: Call Yokota Air Base Operator by dialing 011-81-42-552-2510 after the tone, enter the last five digits of the DSN telephone 5-7018
Educate, Engage, and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world.
Excellence in Education for Every Student, Every Day, Everywhere.
Yokota High School, working in partnership with the family and local community, will provide a safe, academically-inspiring environment in which students develop to their maximum potential as life- long learners and responsible participants in an ever changing global environment.
Preparing Independent Thinkers and Lifelong Learners
Goal 1: Yokota High School students will improve student performance in mathematics in relation to DoDEA College and Career Ready Standards.
Goal 2: Yokota High School students will improve student performance in literacy in relation to DoDEA College and Career Ready Standards.
Goal 3: Yokota High School will ensure 21st Century Critical Skills are embedded in all schools to educate, engage, and empower students to succeed in a dynamic world.