See the slideshow below to help you understand the costs of college and the ways that financial aid can help college be more affordable. Use the Net Price Calculator to estimate the cost of attending specific colleges. https://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/features/net-price-calculator
We had a wonderful turn out at our first ever series of AP/H Orientation Nights. More than 550 parents and students attened over three nights! Many parents and students asked for information on specific resources, so here they are. We look forward to more information sessions next year, so let us know what types of workshops and activities that you would like us to host. Please contact Mrs. Brayer in SB02 or via School Loop email if you have any […]
Chaffey offers wonderful parent academies for families who want to help their students get ready for college. All families are welcome! Here is the flyer from last year, but please see keep an eye out for a School Loop email from Ms. Cortez to get signed up in the fall!
Courtesy of Chaffey’s College and Career Center, South Hall 26 2019 Kinecta $2,000 Scholarship Program Age 24 or younger Must plan be a full-time student at accredited college or university https://www.kinecta.org/youth-scholarships/ Deadline: March 29, 2019 $500.00 2018 Chaffey College Future Educator Scholarship Attending Chaffey College Fall 2018 or Spring 2019. Minimum GPA 2.75 Applications available in the Career Center Deadline: March 28, 2019 $500.00 2018 Future Minority Educator Scholarship For minority students who plan on studying education. Minimum GPA 3.2 […]
Student blog post by Uyen Huynh, Class of 2020 I believe that upcoming students should take honors to challenge themselves and to improve their skills in English. The students in English III Honors class do Daily Writing Assignments; this practice method helps students practice, review, and get help on English grammar and skills. The timed writes and the flip charts given to each student is what I consider valuable in this class.