From Justin-Siena Leadership

Since 1966 Justin-Siena High School has provided a unique, college preparatory experience to students and families from Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties, and around the world. At the heart of our educational mission is a deep sense of community along with a commitment to quality education. We encourage you to review our history, mission, philosophy, and what it means to be a part of all that Justin-Siena has to offer.

For many people, high school represents four of the most formative years of their lives. It is our honor to, in unity and association with the dedicated faculty and staff, serve the young people entrusted to our care. Together, in partnership with parents, we develop the emotional, intellectual, and personal capacity of each student. Come be a part of the Justin-Siena experience today!

  • Robert Jordan

    President and CEO

  • John Bordelon

    Principal

School Facts

A great education requires more than a seat in the classroom. At Justin-Siena High School—an exclusive partner of Amerigo Napa Valley—you will have access to the tools, resources, and people that open the door to a limitless future.

  • 660 Students

  • Advanced scientific and academic research centers

  • Award-winning fine arts program

  • 45 athletic teams across 15+ sports

  • Project Lead the Way advanced engineering coursework 

  • Technologically advanced classrooms

  • 1:12 faculty to student teacher ratio

  • Athletic stadium and newly renovated gymnasium

Located on a safe, residential, 40-acre campus in Napa Valley, the Justin-Siena campus offers students everything they need to grow as students and become successful. The Justin-Siena facilities include scientific and academic research centers, an athletic stadium and a center for the performing arts. Students live in an on-campus dormitory with a swimming pool and have full access to the school grounds and facilities. Justin-Siena’s academic facilities include advanced classrooms equipped with SMART technology, computers, 3D printers, and maker spaces. New renovations to academic wings give students the flexibility to work in classrooms, small group meeting spaces, or seminar rooms when necessary. If students choose to work in a more social environment, the student center is a large, comfortable space with computers, printers, multimedia access, and study rooms. All athletic teams have renovated, dedicated spaces for practices and competition. Students can train in the newly renovated gymnasium, weight room, and are able to utilize locker rooms to store equipment. In addition, the school provides a personal trainer for the students to use at any time.