The State Seal of Biliteracy (SSB), codified in California Education Code (EC) sections 51460–51464, provides recognition to high school students who have demonstrated proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in one or more languages in addition to English. Each school district, county office of education (COE), or direct-funded charter school that confers the SSB is required to maintain appropriate records in order to identify students who have met the established criteria for the award and to affix the SSB insignia to the diploma or transcript of each qualifying student.
The following link provides more information on what the procedures are for awarding the Seal of Biliteracy and to see if your student is eligible.