Academic Planning

The Coast Redwood High School Supervising Teachers meet with students monthly and as-needed to review student 4 Year Plans and progress towards graduation. This supports students in securing success in high school and college admissions.

Students are encouraged to meet with their supervising teachers when they have any questions or concerns. Meetings are available on a drop-in basis during break, lunch, before and after school. In addition, conference meetings during the supervising teachers office hours are available to students to meet when additional time is needed for academic planning

PROGRESS REPORTS - WHAT DO THEY MEAN?


Progress Report grades are used to measure the student's academic progress six weeks and twelve weeks into a semester and are not recorded on the student’s official transcript.  The official transcript consists of only the end-of-semester grades for each class and these grades determine GPA and college admission. Twelve-week Progress Report grades can be an important predictor of how a student might end their semester.

All students who end their twelve-week Progress Report with a D or F in one or more of their classes will be sent a D/F Notice with the Progress Report stating that they may be at risk for not passing the semester.


If you are concerned about your student's academic progress, please:

►Talk to your student’s teacher/s to create a plan to make up missed work or raise the grade. Encourage your student to communicate regularly with their teachers and promote self-advocacy at home.


►Encourage your student to participate in Peer Tutoring Program (some teachers offer extra credit) before and after school in the SLV Library.

Or, design and build your own Charter Community Peer Support Program. Your Supervising Teacher will assist you.


►Schedule a meeting with your Supervising Teacher



SCHEDULING PROCESS


The CRHS Supervising Teachers start your students course scheduling in March and May for the fall semester, and December and January for the spring semester. Each student is given a packet of courses that are available to them. It is important to review the courses that are offered prior to your first semester conference, mid-year conference, and your final conference.

Students interested in ROP register in February/March. Courses fill-up immediately. It is possible to "add" your students name to the wait list and we make every effort to accommodate students. However, we are assigned only a certain number of seats based on our high school numbers.


9th Grade Course Offerings

10th Grade Course Offerings

11th Grade Course Offerings

12th Grade Course Offerings

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