Stress the importance of credits in high school If a student fails a class they fall behind for graduation- different from middle school
How are Credits Earned? Every class that is passed with a D or better each semester earns 5 credits. Students should be earning 30 credits a semester or 60 credits a year How many credits are needed to graduate? 230 credits needed How will my student and I know how many credits have been earned? Progress reports and final semester grades Each year counselors deliver two classroom presentations to walk all students through reading their own transcript and understanding what they need to graduate.
School policy allows level changes up to the first 5 weeks of the semester (only 2 weeks into 2 nd semester) For example: moving from World History Honors to World History College Prep Elective changes are not allowed For example: moving from Woodworking to Drawing and Painting Teacher changes/requests not allowed
Progress report every 5-6 weeks Final semester grades December and June. Edline- students will receive code in their English class Always contact teacher first with concerns about class and grade Teacher contact info available on school website
Cheerleading Football Cross Country Tennis Volleyball Soccer Field Hockey Water Polo Golf Basketball Wrestling Track & Field Swim Team Baseball Softball Lacrosse Surf Club Dance Team Fellowship of Christian Athletes French Club Ecology Club Interact Key Club Ca. Scholastic Federation (CSF) Math Club Asian Awareness Club Spanish Club AVID Club Anime Club Empowered Mudslingers Drama Marching Band Student Government (ASB) Chorus
Free Services Offered: Tutoring After school every day in every subject After school enrichment activities Jewelry making Photography Driver’s Ed Guitar And many more…. Calendar available soon
Computer Lab College and Career Information Work Permits Volunteer and Community Service Opportunities Military Information Vocational Opportunities Scholarship Information (Jr/Sr Year) 7:30 AM – 3:15 PM every day.
Students Request form in counseling office Parents Phone or email