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.
Student Blog Post by Jasmine Vasquez, Class of 2020 An AP or Honors course can seem intimidating or stressful for many people but there are many positive effects that not enough people talk about. While in high school, it is important to prepare ourselves for the advanced education that is expected in college. Chaffey High School provides many opportunities that allow students to enrich in experience, and taking an AP or Honors course is a beneficial option that will give […]
Student Blog post by Alexander Soria, class of 2020 Throughout high school I have taken classes that everyone takes. The usual math, science, English, history, and foreign language. However, my junior year I set out to learn something new, while still working with the academic goals that I set out for myself. Therefore, I chose to take AP Art History, one of the classes that have taught me a lot. When people hear about this class, they think about just […]
Seal of Biliteracy A student who graduates from high school must have achieved a high level of literacy and fluency in one or more language(s) in addition to English to be awarded the SSB. The student must demonstrate: Completion of all English language arts requirements for graduation with an overall grade point average of 2.0 in those classes. Passage of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) for English language arts, or any successor test, […]