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Made in Hayward

What Is the Made in Hayward Movement?

Hayward provides educational support to 65,000 students attending class in pre-k through high school, adult school, community college, Career-Technical Education training facilities, and California State University, East Bay. The Hayward Unified School District (HUSD) is directly responsible for educating approximately 20,000 of these students.


HUSD kicked-off the Made in Hayward Education Consortium campaign in February of 2014 to generate the public's support for educational excellence in all Hayward schools. The goal of Made in Hayward (MIH) is to bring the community together to showcase the achievements of Hayward students, both present and past.Made in Hayward Logo


All stakeholders, including Hayward staff, students, local businesses, community, and faith-based organizations, take part in MIH events such as the MIH Cradle to Career Education Summit, MIH Oratorical Festival, MIH Step-Off, and MIH Campaign Walks.

Our investment in Hayward’s education is changing lives! Join the movement. Working together, we can make Hayward the Educational Capital of the East Bay.


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 Dionicia Ramos Ledesma
 Director of Public Information and  Governmental Relations
 Email: dramos@husd.us
 Phone: (510) 784-2600 ext. 72617