Ed Jones Educational Center

121 W. Allen Avenue, San Dimas, Ca. 91773   |  Phone: 909-971-8240  |  Fax: 909-971-8248

Chaparral High School & Vista Schools

Welcome to the Ed Jones Educational Center!! Back to School Night August 28th from 6-8 . . . See you there! EJEC Where fresh starts and second chances become success stories.

Located at 121 W Allen Ave, San Dimas, CA 91773   Phone: (909) 971-8240

Mission Statement

The mission of The Ed Jones Educational Center is to provide an alternative educational format that offers a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment. Students are given the opportunity to experience self-paced academic success with a rigorous and challenging curriculum and, as high school graduates, find their place as productive citizens prepared to fulfill their dreams.

Vision Statement
Chaparral and Vista High Schools strive to uphold the value of education, the quality of student and teacher performance, and foster healthy relationships that carry into the community.
Behavioral Statement
Chaparral and Vista High Schools teach students vital character traits essential for success at school and beyond. Students are rewarded for...

Doing the Right Thing, Owning Their Actions, Giving Respect, Showing Pride!


Renaissance Rallies

Teachers getting their grove on!!

Our Platinum Kids for 1st semester!!

PBIS and Renaissance at the EJEC

Have you been working hard in your classes? Have you been getting those credits so you can graduate? How about being a Bulldog? If you have, chances are you will be recognized through our PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports) and Renaissance programs. You still have time to get those credits in, try for that "A" in class, read those AR books. Remember, the Mini, Recognition, and Renaissance Rallies are a way for the school to acknowledge and reward all the students that have been doing their best in their classes and on campus. Besides, you could be eligible to win prizes and gift cards for the hard work you have done. 

The Most Wonderful

Time of the Year!

Yes, that’s right, time for the LA COUNTY FAIR!

The coupon allows a discount entry to all families that use it and a portion of the proceeds are returned right back to BUSD through the Big Yellow Bus Program.  

SRO Damian's Bully Box

Do you feel like you are being bullied, or have safety concerns? Email School Resource Officer Deputy Damian at dmdamian@lasd.org or place a note in the "Bully Box" located in the library.

Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)

Chaparral & Vista High School's Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is now collecting membership for 2017-2018.  Dues are $10.  Meeting Dates!!!

School Calendar

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"It's Cool To Be In School"

Safety First

Bonita Unified has teamed up with Raptor Visitor Management Systems to bring us the top of the line visitor check in system. Please read the Principal's letter on this..


Local Weather

Current Conditions:

Health and Wellness

Are you looking for health and wellness activities for the summer? Tri-City offers programs to help you deal with issues such as cyber bullying, parents, friends, relationships, peer pressure, and drug use. Click the links below for details.

Teen Hour part 1

Teen Hour Part 2

United Family (English)

United Family (Spanish) 

Homeless Assistance


If you are unsure of your housing situation you are still guaranteed school!!

Click here for more info: McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Reminder

Understanding Your Student’s CAASPP Report

California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress

September is Attendance Month

Bonita Unified is joining with school districts across the country to celebrate September as Attendance Awareness Month.
  • Children chronically absent in kindergarten and 1st grade are much less likely to read at grade level by the end of 3rd grade. 
  • By 6th grade, chronic absence is a proven early warning sign for students at risk for dropping out of school. 
  • By 9th grade good attendance can predict graduation rates even better than 8th grade test scores. 

Absences can add up quickly.  A child is chronically absent if he or she misses just two days every month!! To read the article click the Attend Today poster.


    Add a 6th Period Class

     If you are taking 6 classes, you should earn 6 credits every three weeks, instead of 5 credits every three weeks.  That is an additional 5 or 6 credits each semester.


     Work on on-line make up credits for an hour at school and an additional hour at home.  You can earn these make up credits twice as quickly.

    Accelerated Reader Reminder

     Remember you can earn up to 5 elective credits for reading AR books and passing the quiz.  Check with your English teacher or the Media Clerk for details.


    The Pomona Fairplex is offering FREE elective classes
    (See Attachment). Here is how to apply: Go to www.tlcfairplex.org

    1) Click on Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) 2) Click on how to apply.

    Click HERE for a CTEC application


    The Superintendent's monthly message

    is on the Bonita Unified School District website!



    California Career Zone

    Wonder what to do after High School? Here you can find all kinds of tools and useful information to plan your future!!

    School Forms and Documents

    Voter Registration

    To register to vote online, simply go to RegisterToVote.ca.gov to access the application.

    BUSD Measles Information

    For information about measles, how you can prevent them, and the vaccine requirement to attend school, click here: BUSD Measles Information