Many students opt to use the local colleges to supplement their education or to satisfy graduation and college entrance requirements. As another option, Charter students may wish to supplement their studies by concurrently enrolling in a core class or an elective class that this Charter does not offer and may be available at San Lorenzo Valley High School.
SLV HIGH SCHOOL COURSE AVAILABILITY FOR CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
PARENTS REMAIN AS THEIR TEEN'S LEARNING COACH AND REMAIN RESPONSIBLE FOR HOMESCHOOLING THE COURSE(S) BELOW IN CONJUNCTION WITH CLASS PARTICIPATION.
Students are responsible for attending all classes. CRHS students missing more than three classes a semester may be pulled from the class as a non-participant.
Absences are reported to the Charter Attendance-Line and the teen's Supervising Teacher.
It is the discretion of the comprehensive high school to enact disciplinary action to any student who misses more than six unexcused classes a semester.
ROP courses (Regional Occupation Program) - your ST will request the course for you in the late Spring for the Fall. Construction Tech 1 and 2, Marketing, Computer Graphics, Video Productions, Aqua-Culture 2, Engineering Technology.
Advanced Placement (AP course) in English, Mathematics, Science and the Social Sciences, if available, for students in grades 11-12. Charter students may be required to take a placement test given by the AP instructor.
Mathematics: Math 3, and Math 4, and Math Analysis, if available.
World Languages: Spanish 2, Spanish 3/4, French 1, French 2, and French 3/4, if available. Charter students may be required to take a placement test given by the instructor, as they have no history of the student.
Visual and Performing Arts: Choir, Ceramics, Band, Advanced Band/Workshop, Drama, and Studio Art 2, if available.
*Under specific eligibility rules: Athletics - fall, winter, and spring sports, Cheer, theater, and after-school clubs, dances ie, SLVHS sponsored Prom, Winter Formal, and ASB sponsored yearly school dances, as well as dances hosted by other high schools.
Grad Night is open to any graduating senior and is not an SLVHS sponsored event, but a parent/community event. Charter parents are strongly encouraged to assist with this fun-filled, all night, safe and sober event for their students.
Students who wish to attend an SLVHS sponsored dance or prom may do so, with a "Guest Permission" slip from their Supervising Teacher. No guest permission slip, no entrance or ticket! Watch the weekly bulletin for dance updates.
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT POLICY
Charter students are home school students first. Coast Redwood High School is a separate high school from SLVHS even though CRHS sits off of the comprehensive high school campus grounds. Officially, we do not share a campus, but we are housed on this campus as guests.
When a Charter student concurrently enrolls in a comprehensive high school course, SLVHS does not receive ADA (attendance funding) for the student sitting in the seat, which has an impact on their budget.
CONCURRENT ELIGIBILITY POLICIES
Our Coast Redwood High School eligibility policy is similarly aligned to the comprehensive high school eligibility requirements, however, CRHS takes further steps to ensure Charter students recognize they are home school students first and they demonstrate progress in all of their core studies, as well as, fulfilling their obligations and requirements as stated in their Home School Contract and Semester Plan, not just in their electives, theater, and/or sports. Eligibility is taken very seriously.
CRHS does not follow the comprehensive high school 6-week eligibility rules. CRHS eligibility is reviewed monthly. CRHS students may be dropped from their SLVHS classes any time or considered ineligible for sports or theater and withdrawn, at any time, and strongly encouraged to home school the subjects.