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“Learning For Life”
VALENCIA HIGH SCHOOL
"LEARNING FOR LIFE"
Welcome to Valencia High School! The experience of high school only happens once in a lifetime. Take advantage of what this school has to offer. Get involved. Find classes that interest you, build relationships with teachers and classmates, participate in extra-curricular activities. Make sure that your involvement is the basis for many great memories. You make the difference.
As each day passes, learn respect and understanding along with your academic subjects. Dedicate yourself in preparing to meet the challenges of life and be a better person because of those challenges. All of us have something to offer to make Valencia High School a better place.
Valencia High School is people: students, teachers, staff, parents, and community members working together for one common goal - your education. Do your part, get involved, learn.
This registration guide and catalog of courses is designed to provide you with information that will help you make intelligent decisions regarding your high school career, including personal, educational, and career goals. The guide contains basic graduation requirements, sample Four-Year Plans, and a description of courses offered. Students are encouraged to read this guide thoroughly and utilize it when formulating Four-Year Plans and selecting classes.
The staff of Valencia High School encourages you to seek their assistance whenever needed. We are here to help you.
It is my sincere wish that this will be your most rewarding and beneficial year. Good luck!
Paul A. Priesz, Ed.D.
VALENCIA HIGH SCHOOL
CARING Every person has value and feels supported.
RESPECT Every person makes unique contributions, which we recognize and appreciate. Everyone contributes to maintaining a clean and beautiful campus.
INTEGRITY Every person strives to demonstrate responsibility, positive character and honesty in his/her life and to reinforce it in others.
LEARNING Every student can learn. We hold high expectations for success of all students and staff. We promote creativity and innovation. Every student will be given an equal opportunity to participate in our educational programs.
RELEVANCY Every member of our educational community promotes lifelong learning through a curriculum that is relevant to the needs of today’s world.
SAFETY Every student has the right to learn. Every teacher has the right to teach. School is a place where all feel safe and belong and where risks can be taken without fear of failure.
We prepare students to meet the challenges of the future and to become responsible
citizens through relevant learning opportunities, community involvement, innovative
technology and teamwork. Each student will develop the knowledge, skills, and
character necessary to succeed.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Principal’s Message 2
Values and Mission Statement 3
Table of Contents 4
Graduation Requirements 5
Minimum Course Requirements for Graduation 6
Academic Terminology 7
Career Paths 10
Honors Programs 13
Special Education Courses 14
Colleges and Universities 15
University Admission Requirements 16
UC/CSU a-g Requirements List 17
Sample Four-Year Plans 20
College Entrance Exam Dates 23
Four-Year Plan Worksheet 24
English Courses 25
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