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!
Chaffey students were busy this summer! Check out their testimonials in this video. There are so many amazing summer opportunities for college-bound students. Check out the list below to find one that is right for you! Keep checking back for updates; I will add more as I find them!
Blog Post by Oscar Segovia, Toyota Mentorship Program Coordinator Tigers: Last evening was the final Gala event for the Toyota Mentorship Program, culminating another enriching and rewarding year for some of our fortunate students. Attached you will find three pictures: one of the recipients of the six Toyota Scholarships and the others for perfect attendance. Please congratulate the following students who were awarded a scholarship yesterday: 1) Josue Menivar-Mendez ($1,000 Scholarship) 2) Jocelyn Betancourt ($1,000 Scholarship) 3) Eduardo Garcia ($1,000 […]
Blog Post by Jose Quintero, AVID Coordinator Greetings Everyone: It is my distinguished honor and pleasure to share some incredible news with you all! For the first time in Chaffey’s history both locally here at our high school and within our district, we have TWO students who were selected as DELL SCHOLAR RECIPIENTS for the class of 2018! This scholarship is a nationally recognized, extremely competitive, time consuming and requires multiple phases to complete. Nonetheless, that did not stop our resilient, […]
Blog post by Ema Vo class of 2019 This is the story about my little club. I have never had a better experience in my high school career than this. It’s called Destination Imagination. You might not have heard of this program before, so let me give you a run down. The team is provided with a selection of “problems.” They range from being about building a balsa wood structure to doing an act of community service. Those then have a […]
Blog post by Sarahi Verdin, class of 2019 The Toyota Mentorship Program has taught me so much including how to be a leader. The Toyota Mentorship takes place every second Wednesday of the month in the Toyota auto part factory here in Ontario. Our mentors are amazing. They teach us various things that will help us become better citizens. We learn how to think outside the box and how to step out of our comfort zones. We hear our mentors’ experiences […]
Blog post by Janelle Macias, Class of 2019 Chaffey High School has many different cultural groups that are all celebrated for their uniqueness, diversity, and leadership they bring to our campus. Clubs like MECHA and BSU allow for students to connect and celebrate their own cultures as well as learn of other cultures, these clubs allow for our campus to flourish with diversity, leadership, respect, and cultural literacy, however there is one ethnic group who has been in the dark […]