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People who can help you!

Mrs. Jackie Valdez (A-K) (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3113

Mr. Steve Nares (L-Z) (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3127

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Mrs. Helen Bendoyro-Registrar (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3109

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Mr. Dave Linzey (925) 682-7474

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Mr. Miguel Romo-Student Services (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3103

Mr. Neil McChestney-Admin. Services (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3106

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Mr. Dylan Perreira-Curriculum (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3142

Mrs. Pat Middendorf -Operations (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3102 pat.middendorf@claytonvalley.or g

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Dr. Patrick Gaffney-Discipline (925) 682-7474 Ext. 3142

Mr.Greg Fister-Dean of Students (925) 682-7474 ext. 4728

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Ms.Katelyn James (925) 682-7474 ext. 3138

Mrs. Laurie Arbour (925) 682-7474Ext. 3179

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Mrs. Amber Lineweaver (925) 682-7474 ext.3116 amber.lineweaver@claytonvalley.o rg

Mrs. Christine Reimer (925) 682-7474 ext.2659

Before school

During break

During lunch

After school

 Write First/Last Name  Reason you need 2 be seen Students are welcome to email their Academic Counselors, or leave phone messages.

Communicate w/your teachers!!!  Attend their tutoring times (before school, lunch or after school)  Thursdays Tutoring!!! (2:21-3pm)  Form study groups/partner from class  Actively check your online status in classes 

To graduate from students must: 1.

Complete 230 semester credits in the specific subject areas.

(Each semester class is worth 5 credits and students are enrolled in 30 credits of coursework each semester).

Pass and complete Algebra I 3. Pass the CA High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) ďƒ˜


English portion (passing score 350+) Math portion (passing score 350+)

*Students will takeththe CAHSEE for the first time in the Spring of their 10 grade year.

English  World History (10th)  U. S. History (11th)  Government (12th)  Economics (12th)  Life & Physical Science  Mathematics  Physical Education  Foreign Language  Fine Arts  Electives

40 credits 10 credits 10 credits 05 credits 05 credits 30 credits 30 credits 20 credits 10 credits 10 credits 60 credits

--------------------------------------------------------Total 230 credits 

CAHSEE Exam (Math/English)

We strongly encourage all students to collect hours of community service for the following reasons… (example: Contact # 472-5760

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Scholarships Resume Letters of recommendation List volunteer work on college applications Give back to the community

Naviance 

Four year plans  Courses

Interest inventory/career assessments  Life

you will take 9th-12th

After high School (options)

College admissions information  Be

better prepared

Track your high school progress

College Search

Rigor of course study

Why Study Beyond High School?

… 

Gain valuable skills for your career

Meet new people

Study abroad/explore new places

Opportunity to learn about interesting career fields/options

Advancement/Salary Increase/Stability

Learn about cutting edge research

Grow and Discover

Become more Independent!!!!!   

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Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (CET) Apprenticeships Private Vocational/Technical Schools The U.S. Military Americorps California Conservation Corps Job Corps Community College Four-Year University

4 Systems of Education COMMUNITY COLLEGE




Number of Campuses

110 campuses

23 CSU campuses

10 UC Campuses

76+ institutions


Currently, $36/unit a semester for California residents, no cap. ($936 /year for 12 units a semester)

Approximately $6, 806 per year, plus books & supplies , room and board.

Approximately $11,285 per year, plus books, & supplies, Room & Board.

Tuition at Stanford is $40,050’; Tuition at USC is $42,162 (examples)


Two-year college 1) Career & job entry majors 2) Transferable courses 3) A.A. and A.S. degrees 4) Vocational Certificates

Four-year school with graduate programs (Teaching-Practical Focus) 1) Various undergraduate programs 2) Pre-professional majors 3) Bachelor Degree (BA & BS) 4) MA & MS some Doctoral Degrees 5) Teaching Credential

Four-year school with Graduate programs (Research & Theory) 1) Various majors 2) Pre-professional programs 3) Bachelors Degree (BA/BS) 4) Masters Degree (MA/MS) 5) Doctoral, Professional Degrees 6) Teaching credentials

Two & four-year schools. Various majors & academic programs are offered at each campus. They range from highly specialized to liberal studies.


No subject requirement. Can be high school graduate or 18 years of age.

A – G Requirements Below a 3.0 requires SAT or ACT

A – G Requirements A minimum of 3.0GPA in A-G Requirements

Prefer students to have met the UC subject requirement pattern,


English and/or Math Placement exam.

SAT/ACT test

SAT or ACT Test

Check the college catalog for specific test requirements.

Fees or Tuition (Room & Board Excluded)


University of California Campuses

CSU Campuses

Independent Colleges (Private Schools)

Academy of Art University, San Francisco Alliant International University, San Diego Allied American University, Laguna Hills (Online) American Heritage University of Southern California, San Bernardino, California American Jewish University, Los Angeles American Sports University, San Bernardino Anaheim University, Anaheim (Online) Antioch University, Culver City Apollos University, Huntington Beach (Online) Argosy University, Alameda Art Center College of Design, Pasadena The Art Institute of California - San Francisco, San Francisco Azusa Pacific University, Azusa Berean Bible College, Poway Biola University, La Mirada Brandman University, Irvine Brooks Institute, Santa Barbara California Baptist University, Riverside California Coast University, Santa Ana California College of the Arts, San Francisco California College San Diego (CCSD), San Diego California Desert Trial Academy College of Law, Indio[1] California Institute of the Arts, Valencia California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco California Institute of Technology, Pasadena California InterContinental University, Diamond Bar (Online) International Technological University, San Jose, California California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks California Miramar University (formerly Pacific Western University), San Diego California National University, Northridge California Pacific University, Escondido California South Bay University, Sunnyvale California Southern Law School, Riverside California Southern University, Santa Ana (online) California Takshila University, Santa Clara

California University of Management and Sciences, Anaheim[2] Capital Bible College, Sacramento CapStone University, Pasadena (online) Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley Campus, Mountain View Chapman University, Orange Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, Los Angeles Claremont Colleges, Claremont Claremont McKenna College Harvey Mudd College Pitzer College Pomona College Scripps College Claremont Graduate University Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences Cogswell College, Sunnyvale Columbia College Hollywood, Tarzana Concordia University Irvine, Irvine Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, St. Helena Dominican University of California, San Rafael Design Institute of San Diego[3] Epic Bible College (formerly Trinity Life Bible College), Sacramento Fresno Pacific University, Fresno Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena Golden Gate University, San Francisco Herguan University, Sunnyvale Holy Names University, Oakland Hope International University, Fullerton Hult International Business School, San Francisco Humphreys College, Stockton ICDC College, Culver City Imago Dei College, Oak Glen John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill John Paul the Great Catholic University, San Diego Laguna College of Art and Design, Laguna Beach La Sierra University, Riverside Life Pacific College, San Dimas Lincoln University, Oakland Loma Linda University, Loma Linda

UC/CSU College Entrance Requirements A- G Requirements COURSES

Minimum Requirements of College Preparatory classes

A. History/Social Science

2 years: World History, U.S. History/Government

B. English

4 years: College Prep English

C. Math

3 Years of college prep math. 4 years is highly recommended. Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra II

D. Laboratory Science

2 years of lab science. 3 years of lab science is recommended: Biology, Chemistry, Physics

E. Language other than English

2 years same language*; 3 years is recommended. * Students with competency in a language other than English may qualify for an exemption.

F.Visual/Performing Arts 1 year of college prep course from Art, Music, or Theater. G. College Preparatory Elective

1 year of college prep electives

Test Requirements


High School Requirements College Entrance Requirements 

Grades (C’s or higher)

Math (Algebra II or higher)

Foreign Language (at least two years of the same language)

Visual Performing Arts (Fine Arts)- 1 year!

Tests- SAT/ ACT

College readiness will open the door to various financial opportunities. (Algebra II)


Register Now @ Treasurer’s Office or online thru web store (Cost $25)

Deadline to sign up is October 11th

Test Date: Saturday-October19th  8am/CVCHS  (check

in time is @ 7:45am)

Your income goes up dramatically as your education increases!!!!

Best College Degrees by Salary Starting Salary Petroleum Engineer


Chemical Engineer


Electrical Engineer


Aerospace Engineering


Computer Engineering

$61, 800

Management Information Systems


Civil Engineer


Construction Management


Public Administration






Medical Technology




Multimedia and Web Design


Occupations beyond four-year degree (graduate school) Physician

School Counselor

School Principal

Physical Therapist





Physician Assistant



Health Services Administrator

Licensed Psychologist

Social Worker


Career and technical education prepares both youth and adults for a wide range of careers.

These careers may require varying levels of education – from high school and postsecondary certificates to two- and four-year college degrees.

To find out how you can pursue your passion, check out

Vocational/Trade Schools

Nearly one-third of the fastest growing occupations will require an associate degree or a postsecondary vocational certificate.

Military of the United States

Are you READY!!!!!!! 

Get involved  Activities,

clubs, sports, community

Get Good Grades

Be proactive  tutoring,

talk to teachers, come to school and ask for HELP!

Explore college/major/career searches 

Dream BIG and Plan for tommorrow

Sophomore Guidance Presentation  
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