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Chaparral High School & Vista Schools
Located at 121 W Allen Ave, San Dimas, CA 91773 Map Phone: (909) 971-8240
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.
At the Ed Jones Center we ask kids to.....
Appreciate Value yourself, your options, and opportunities.
Participate Go to class, be on time and do the work in class.
Accelerate Work hard to "catch-up" and get back on track.
Graduate Meet all requirements, 220 credits, CAHSEE, Senior Experience.
Are you interested in riding along with a San Bernardino Sheriff's Deputy? If you are 16 or older you can do this! Contact San Dimas Public Relations Officer L.E.T. Chris Mackenzie at (909) 450-2763 to apply.
10th Grade Testing - On Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30, all 10th grade students will take the Life Science test in their Science class. We will be on the regular bell schedule.
11th Grade Testing- All 11th grade students will take the English Language Arts tests Tuesday-Thursday, May 5-7. All 11th grade students will take the Math tests Tuesday-Thursday, May 12-14. The tests consist of a computer adaptive test (CAT), a classroom activity (CA), and a performance task (PT). These tests will be taken during the course of the regular school day. We will be on the regular bell schedule.
It is extremely important that students are at school and on time on the days their grade is testing. As always, please schedule any appointments outside of the school day.
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Welcome Captain Duane Harris of the San Dimas Sheriff's Station! We are grateful to have him on our team.
Teen Hour part 1
Teen Hour Part 2
United Family (English)
United Family (Spanish)
Scholarship programs and student loans are interconnected by one institution: FAFSA. Students who want to qualify for financial aid must apply. Here is the website. There is no charge for completing the FAFSA. Fafsa.Ed.Gov
* 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.
* Odyssey: 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. Also all students who read at least 2 books and successfully pass the quizzes by the end of 3rd quarter, will be entered into a drawing for a Target gift card.
The Pomona Fairplex is offering FREE elective classes (See Attachment). Here is how to apply: Go to www.fairplex.org/ctec
Click HERE for a CTEC application
Please click on any of the links below to view and/or download school documents: