CAASPP Testing Information
CST Science Test (10th graders only)
This test will take place in 10th grade history classes May 12th, 13th, 14th,15th. Make-up days will be on May 19th and 20th. Students that missed the March Cahsee will have to take their CST Science test on the make-up days.
This week and next students will be practicing the ELA and Math portions of the test on Chromebooks to continue to prepare them to be successful. They will have the opportunity to utilize the various tools within the test.
The ELA portion of the test will take place in junior English classes May 18th –June 1st. The math portion of the test will take place in junior history classes May 28th – June 10th . Make-up days are included in the previous dates. For a complete schedule please click here.
Fall Advisement 2015-16
If you are an incoming 9th grader please click here to get more information about your registration process.
Fall Advisement begins today, March 13th and will end on March 22nd. All students received a packet in their 4th period class today with course information that will allow them to review and add courses to their Fall schedule. Students must use the Student Portal for Advisement, core courses have been pre-loaded based on district placement guidelines and students will have the opportunity to select electives/PE courses. Teachers had the opportunity over the last week to make recommendations for students, so there may be more than one course in a content area when a student is looking at the classes listed in the portal. Students cannot delete courses, but can discuss with their academic advisor which course is right for them. The advisor can make the change during the 1:1 meeting they will have with each student over the next 6 weeks. During Advisement academic advisors and support staff will be available in the library during tutorial to assist students with any questions or to sign up students on the Student Portal. 9, 10, and 11 grade students can view the Course Offering document, Instruction document and Entering Course Request Instructions document. To sign up for an after school ROP class please see Julie Marquez in room 501. If you have any questions please see your academic advisor.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION WHEN MAKING COURSE REQUESTS
- Electives were not chosen for you. Use the course offerings sheet to choose your electives. List an alternative elective in the Course Request screen on the STUDENT PORTAL to increase the chance of getting your desired elective!
- Students entering the 10th grade must take 6 classes.
- Students entering the 11th or 12th grades and are on track for graduation must take a minimum of 5 classes. However, please encourage your student to enroll in a minimum of 6 classes to ensure graduation.
- Students entering the 11th grade with 120 or more credits are on track for graduation.
- Students entering the 12th grade with 170 or more credits are on track for graduation.
- Seek the advice of your teachers regarding your class selection.
- Discuss with your parents.
- The Academic Advisors will choose classes for students who have not completed the process.
- Zero period is not guaranteed.
- Students (juniors and Seniors) with a zero period are not guaranteed a 0-4 schedule. Example: 0,1,2,4,6
- Students taking an ROP or Saddleback class as their 5th class are not guaranteed a 1-4 schedule. Based on school-wide scheduling needs a student may have the following schedule: periods 1,3,5,2 with an ROP or Saddleback course
- All Students will have at least one class after lunch unless course offerings are not available.
- CHOOSE COURSES WISELY- MOST ARE A YEAR LONG AND CANNOT BE DROPPED
8th Grade Parent Night & Open House
Are you interested in learning about Dana Hills High School? Join staff, students, and PTSA for 8th grade Parent Night & Open House on Monday, March 23, 2015.
- 6:00 pm – 8th grade parent/student information
- 7:00 pm – Open House for current and new families
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Minimum A-G UC/CSU Requirements
UC and CSU
|A- History/Social Science||2|
|C- Math (Must be Algebra I, II and Geometry)||3|
|D- Lab Science (1 physical and 1 life science)||2|
|E- Foreign Language||2|
|F- Visual or Performing Art||1|
G- Elective From Approved A-F Course
A "C" or better must be earned in all A-G courses
|SAT I or ACT|
2 SAT II Subject Tests (UC Only)
Note: SAT II subject tests will no longer be required as of the class of 2012
|3.0 for UC|
|2.0 for CSU|