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San Joaquin High School Fall 2014 Registration Information

2014 REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:

https://my.iusd.org

NO hard copy registration materials will be available at school sites.

Please check website(s) for additional registration information.

NO hard copy registration materials will be available at school sites.

Please check website(s) for additional registration information.

RETURNING STUDENTS: 

MANDATORY IN-PERSON REGISTRATION DATE:

Tuesday, August 19, 2014  8:00 am – 4:00 pm

You MUST bring your completed, printed and signed “TICKET TO REGISTRATION” to complete the registration process.

ID pictures will be taken at this time.

**NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION will be held TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2014 at 9:00 am**

** ALL New Students Must Have A Referral From Their Home High School and Must Be Accompanied By A Parent Or Guardian **

Questions??  Please call Sue Campbell @ 949-936-7407

 

Irvine Home School (K-8) Registration Information

Available at:

www.iusd.org/homeschool

WELCOME

The entire staff at San Joaquin High School would like to welcome you to the school year. The dedicated staff at San Joaquin works on behalf of parents and students to ensure that the education your child receives is meaningful, relevant, and rigorous. San Joaquin High School is a college preparatory 9-12 Independent Study school that is designed to meet the unique educational needs of students who can benefit from learning in an independent setting. San Joaquin High School is WASC accredited and NCAA Approved.

About San Joaquin

In 1981 the Irvine Unified School District created an Independent Study Program and was renamed San Joaquin High School in 1988.  San Joaquin High School is an optional, alternative school where students are required to study 20+ hours a week on their own, including at least one hour of classroom instruction weekly. In addition, students are also required to meet with a teacher one hour a week.  To be successful, a student must exhibit maturity, personal discipline, and independence. The amount of on-site, school class work may vary according to student needs as determined by the teacher. San Joaquin High School is open to anyone who wishes to earn a high school diploma. If the student is under eighteen, their current high school counselor must make the referral and the student must attend an orientation conference with his/her parents. A final decision regarding enrollment at San Joaquin High School will be made after the initial meeting.

 

SAN JOAQUIN HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS

  • Meets student needs/ability levels while satisfying California and IUSD requirements for high school graduation
  • Program flexibility allows students with extenuating circumstances or work conflicts to complete high school
  • Students meet weekly and receive 20 hours of academic work required to complete by the following meeting
  • Oral and written assessments given each meeting
  • Physical education course credits available
  • Students required to earn additional credits in off-site activities (i.e., work experience, Coastline Regional Occupational Program (ROP), community college courses, internships, etc.) while completing academic course credits at SJHS
  • Academic and career counseling available

Independent Study is not an easier way to earn credits or a quick way to graduate. Independent Study is an alternative to classroom instruction, not an alternative curriculum. Independent Study requires a high degree of personal responsibility. Students who do not meet the school expectations will be withdrawn and referred to another placement.

If You Have Further Questions, Please Call (949) 936-7440.

 

IPSF Academic Camps Catalog

Upcoming Events

A friendly reminder that IUSD summer school course request documents are due by Friday, May 2nd 2014 at 6pm

Registration documents must be turned in at the District Office before the deadline to ensure enrollment for your student.

Decisions about course offerings will be made based on enrollment numbers and donations received. Please note that insufficient enrollment and/or insufficient funding could result in course cancellations.

Summer School Catalog 2014

Register to VOTE:

RegisterToVote.ca.gov

 

 

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Address:
San Joaquin High School
3387 Barranca Parkway, Room N18
Irvine, CA 92606

Main Phone Number:
(949)936-7440

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