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Sun Valley High School is part of Local District Northeast

2016 WASC Progress Report


 

SVHS WASC Plan

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School Lunch

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Student Learner Outcomes - Our students will graduate with the skills to be.....

Our Behavioral Expectatoins Across Campus

Our Behavioral Expectatoins Across Campus

SVHS on LAUSD Facebook page

Hot Supper Meals Starting Nov.7

Hot supper meals to be served after school. Open to the community up to the age of 18 or any age if disabled. 

WILDCAT OF THE WEEK

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WILDCAT OF THE WEEK!

SVHS Vision and Mission

Vision Statement

Students will graduate as socially responsible, college and career ready members of the 21st century.

 

Mission Statement

We will provide a rigorous educational program in a positive student centered environment by developing skills to be Critical Thinkers, Self-Directed Learners, Community Contributors, and Effective Communicators.

 

"We Just Can't HIDE.....THAT WILDCAT P.R.I.D.E.!!!!"

SVHS to offer college classes on campus in the fall

Over 50 students in grades 10 & 11 took the English placement exam for Mission College to qualify for college level English.  Students will be able to take English 28 and then English 101 to get college credit while meeting their grade level English requirements.  We are excited to provide student the opportunity to earn college credit will still enrolled in High School.  Students will also be able to take Sociology for college credit.  Wildcat Pride!

Regular School Schedule

Bell Schedule

2015-2016

 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - Regular Schedule

5 minute passing period

Period

Start

End

Minutes

 

1

8:00

9:10

70

BIC / Advisory

2

9:15

10:13

58

 

3

10:18

11:16

58

 

Lunch

11:16

11:51

35

 

4

11:56

12:54

58

 

5

12:59

1:57

58

 

6

2:02

3:00

58

 

 

 

 

Tuesday - Professional Development Day Schedule

5 minute passing period

Period

Start

End

Minutes

 

1

8:00

8:55

55

BIC / Advisory

2

9:00

9:43

43

 

3

9:48

10:31

43

 

4

10:36

11:19

43

 

Lunch

11:19

11:54

35

 

5

11:59

12:42

43

 

6

12:47

1:30

43

 

 

CHECK OUT OUR WILDCAT ATHLETE FEATURE Gabriela Ruelas

 

 

Congratulations to our Featured Academic Athlete GABRIELA RUELAS!!!

The Senior Wildcat Corner

UC and CSU applications due by Nov. 30, 2016. Don't wait until the last minute to apply to college.

 

ACT on October 22  and SAT Nov. 5 don't forget to bring your id, ticket, and calculator to the tests.

 

 

 

Assessment News!