Help Stop Decades of Misconduct

Help us advocate and seek justice for over 40 victims of childhood sexual abuse at Presentation High School.

  • Contact San Jose Police Department Chief Garcia (edgardo.garcia@sanjoseca.gov) and Lieutenant Anderson (brian.anderson@sanjoseca.gov) to urge them to take action against the perpetrators and enablers of childhood sexual abuse at Presentation High School.
  • Contact Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen (jrosen@dao.sccgov.org) and ADA Terry Harman (tharman@dao.sccgov.org) to urge them to take action against the perpetrators and enablers of childhood sexual abuse at Presentation High School.
  • Contact Holly Elkins (helkins@presentationhs.org), the PHS President, and urge her to take responsibility: initiate an independent investigation, hold the enablers of sexual abuse accountable, and have a compassionate response to the victims.
  • Contact the PHS Board of Directors and urge them to take responsibility: initiate an independent investigation, hold the enablers of sexual abuse accountable, and have a compassionate response to the victims. The Board includes:
  • Contact the Sisters of the Presentation and urge them to take responsibility: initiate an independent investigation, hold the enablers of sexual abuse accountable, and have a compassionate response to the victims. The San Francisco Congregational Office includes:
  • Contact Bishop Cantu (ocantu@dsj.org) and the Diocese of San Jose to urge them to encourage PHS to take responsibility, initiate an independent investigation, hold the enablers accountable, and have a compassionate response to the survivors. While Presentation High School is not a Diocesan school, the students are parishioners in the Diocese, and the school operates within the Diocese.
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  • Share this website with your family and friends and anyone who wants to support the survivors and stop decades of misconduct.
  • If you are a PHS abuse survivor, you can share your story with Make Pres Safe. We can protect you and keep your name anonymous. Our voices are stronger together.

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