Academics

4.0 Wall

Students earning a 4.0 in a semester are honored on our 4.0 wall.  The 4.0 Wall is located in the stairway to the Guidance Office.  Over 300 students are honored every semester.

High School vs. A-G Requirements

High School

a-g

COURSE YEARS CREDITS
SOCIAL SCIENCE 3 YEARS 30
ENGLISH 4 YEARS 40
MATH 2 YEARS 20
PHYSICAL SCIENCE 1 YEAR 10
LIFE SCIENCE 1 YEAR 10
VPA/LOTE 1 YEAR 10
PE 2 YEARS 20
HEALTH ½ YEAR 5
ELECTIVES 75
COURSE MIN YEARS REC YEARS
SOCIAL SCIENCE 2 YEARS 3 YEARS
ENGLISH 4 YEARS
MATH 3 YEARS 4 YEARS
PHYSICAL SCIENCE 1 YEAR 3 YEARS
LIFE SCIENCE 1 YEAR
LOTE 2 YEAR 3 YEARS
VPA 1 YEAR
COLLEGE 1 YEAR
ELECTIVE

Course Registration

Counselors meet with students in group setting to provide information on high school and college requirements, college application process, academic supports, careers and Naviance.  Students are given a Course Registration form where they can choose what classes to take the following years.  Teacher and parent signatures are required on this form.  These group sessions are followed by individual meetings with the counselor to review the student’s academic progress and post-secondary plans.  Course registration forms must be returned at that point for student to be registered in the correct and appropriate courses the following year.  

Academics Evaluations

Counselors meet with students in group setting to provide information on high school and college requirements, college application process, academic supports, careers and Naviance.  These group sessions are followed up by individual meetings with the counselor to review the student’s academic progress and post-secondary plans.

APEX Credit Recovery

Reclassified students, students deficient in credits and/or not on track to graduate can recover credit through our APEX Credit Recovery program.  Students take online courses at school with a certificated teacher.  Courses are at their own pace and can be worked on at home as well as at school.  APEX Credit Recovery is available throughout the school year and during summer school.

APEX Grade Repair

Students who have 2-3 D/Fs in A-G core courses are able to repair the grade and earn a C or better.  By repairing their grade, students can maintain their A-G college eligibility.  Students take online courses with a certificated teacher in that core field.  Courses are at their own pace and can be worked on at home as well.  APEX Grade Repair are available throughout the school year and during the summer.

Freshman Focus

Workshops geared to meet their counselors introduce students to high school and assist in a smooth transition to high school.  Introducing students to Naviance and A-G requirements and where they can find academic support.

Distinguished Graduates 

Students completing this four-year program will receive recognition at the graduation ceremony. A student must have the following by the end of Quarter 3 of their Senior Year to become a Distinguished Graduate:

  1. ACTIVITIES: Participate for at least one semester in at least one extra-curricular activity in the school which has an end product. (Involvement in a campus club ONLY fulfills this requirement if you have a minimum of 40 hours of participation in the club. These 40 hours would be in ADDITION to, NOT part of, your 100 “Service” hours)
  2. ATTENDANCE: Exemplary Attendance for 4 years
  3. CITIZENSHIP: Maintain exemplary citizenship and receive, for each semester and including each class, no 5’s, no more than one 4 in citizenship, and no suspensions or expulsions.
  4. COURSE WORK: Meet A-G College requirements for the CSU and UC schools
  5. GRADES: 0 Cumulative Grade Point Average
  6. SERVICE: 100 hours of Extra Curricular Volunteer Service

Students will receive the Distinguished Grad Medallion, the Distinguished Grad Notation on their transcript, and the Distinguished Grad Seal on their diploma.

Counselors Corners

Monthly workshops in the library led by counselors.  Workshops provide guidance and support for students in three areas: Academic, Social-emotional, and College and Career.  Workshops topics include, How to Handle Stress, Strategies for Overcoming Stress and Anxiety, Study Tips for Final Exams.

Counselor Commercials

Counselors utilize our morning announcements once a month to provide all students with information on college requirements, how to be a successful student, and opportunities at Warren.

Naviance – Family Connection

Naviance’s Family connection is an online comprehensive tool used by students and parents to help in making decisions regarding college and careers.  Through the website, students and families can focus on:

  • Career Planning
    • Learning Style Inventory, Interest Inventory, Personality Inventory, Resume Building
  • College Planning
    • College Search, Application Process, College Major Exploration, Scholarship/Financial Aid Resources
  • Success Planning
    • Personalized Goals and Tasks, Journal Entries, Student Planner

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