Click on the headline for the schedule, and to access all of the forms inside the registration packet. Students, please report to the covered lunch area side of Spartan Hall according to the alphabetical assignment listed. Students must return the completed registration paperwork in order to receive their schedule of classes. Upon receiving their Fall schedule, students must carefully check their program for errors. If the program is incorrect, the student will see his/her counselor to make any necessary corrections. See you then!
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The National Coalition of Certification Centers recently released the certification rankings for schools that offer Automotive Technology Programs, and Mr. Kevin Valentino's program ranked fourth in the nation! Click on the headline to access the rankings. The National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) is a network of schools and corporations that supports, advances, and validates new and emerging technology skills in the transportation, aviation, and energy industry sectors. It was established to address the need for strong industry partnerships with educational institutions in order to develop, implement, and sustain industry-recognized certifications that have strong validation and assessment standards. You can read all about it at http://www.nc3.net!
Under the expert guidance of our Associated Student Body Advisor, Mr. Matthew Melancon, our Leadership students recently helped out some struggling students in Zambia, a country in Southeast Africa. Our students sent them T-shirts in January. For many of these children, it was the first new article of clothing they had received in years. The children in Zambia were assisted by Mr. Melancon's nephew, Michael Meza, during his two-year service in the Peace Corps. He helped them build a school house, which has become the community center for their small, isolated village. Their little village lacks roads, plumbing, and electricity. The building of the school required some cash, so Mr. Melancon's wife, Nancy Gump of Andy Gump Inc, raised $5,000 and donated it to the village. When the school/community center was completed in May of 2018, the Zambian students wore their Sylmar Charter High School T-shirts. As you can see, we all accomplish great things on a global scale here at Sylmar Charter High School!
Thomas Edison was spot on: "Good fortune is what happens when opportunity meets with planning.” In light of Edison's wise words, and in a concerted effort to organize our school for success, we have developed a tentative 2018-2019 academic calendar. This calendar was fully approved by the School Leadership Council on 05.15.2018. It is certainly not immutable, since it is always subject to revisions and modifications, but it will serve as a guide as you navigate through your planning sessions. To access the calendar, please click on the "Academic Calendar-At-A-Glance" button on our home page. To access a general overview, our early release dates, and our bell schedule, simply click on the headline.
For the Week of 06.04.2018: This week’s Spartan Scholar of the Week is Cesar Galan, a 12th grader in our School of Business, Technology and Design. Cesar will be attending the University Technical Institute in Long Beach this Fall, and aspires to be a professional automotive technician. He has played football for our school, and currently works with adults who have special needs. He has a heart for helping others, which is what being a Spartan Scholar is all about! For this honor, our scholar's name and photo will be placed on the marquee and on the home page of our web site all week. In addition, our scholar has received a special Spartan Scholar Medallion, a Sylmar limited edition tumbler, a Spartan mini-football, and a free meal from Marie Callender’s Bakery. Click on the headline for a photo of this week's Scholar!
For the Month of May 2018: In a concerted effort to celebrate our students' attendance accomplishments, we have a Monthly Perfect Attendance Award! Each month, we randomly select two students who have achieved a perfect attendance record throughout the previous month. The winners for May 2018 are Johnny Estrada and Karen Guerrero from our Math-Science Magnet. For this honor, they will receive several great prizes: a $10 gift card for In-N-Out Burger, a special edition Sylmar tumbler, and a unique Perfect Attendance Medallion! The medallion can be worn during the graduation ceremony! Click on the headline for photos of this month's Scholars!
For the Month of May 2018: It is with a sense of great pride that we honor the eighty sixty three (63) Sylmar Family members who had perfect attendance for the month of May! Click on the headline to access the file and see all of our honorees!
It is imperative that you come to school on time and ready to learn every day. Each Spartan Scholar is expected to be in school for 96% of the time. This means that you must attend 173 days of the 180 school days. If you are absent for fifteen or more days, then you are considered to be "chronically absent." Click on the headline for more information on our attendance policies.
Do you want to connect to our school's Wi-Fi network or Schoology? There is no need to use up your phone's data, since you can connect to our Wi-Fi for free. Also, Schoology makes catching up on your grades and assignments as simpe as possible. Click on the headline for the instructions!
Fourteen Tuesdays throughout the 2018-2019 school year, our teachers will participate in Professional Development sessions. Click on the headline to see those dates, as well as all other early dismissal dates!
The U.S. News & World Report has released its annual ranking of the best public high schools in the United States. These rankings include data on more than 20,500 public high schools in fifty states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. Sylmar Charter High earned a silver medal in 2017 and 2018!
If you are a student, consider joining Spartan Nation, where our dedicated teachers will challenge you to be the best you can be. Click on the headline to access our brand new flyers!
The School for Advanced Studies (SAS) provides high-achieving and gifted students with an academic pathway that meets the UC & CSU college requirements. SAS's enriched curriculum prepares students to be competitive college applicants. Our content-specific, rigorous instructional program simultaneously provides foundational learning skills while differentiating for diverse learners. SAS teachers collaborate to meet the social, emotional, and academic needs of students. With all the benefits of a large, comprehensive high school's electives, clubs, and sports, SAS also aims to provide the support of a close-knit community. For more information, please click on the headline to access the application. Feel free to contact Ms. Diana Delgado at (818) 833 – 3713, or visit the SAS website at http://shsadvancedstudies.weebly.com.
Update as of 06.11.2018: The attached file summarizes our current attendance data. Included in these data are several exciting analytics, so please take a moment and review our data!
Parents and guardians can access information about their students (such as attendance and test scores) with the new LAUSD PASSport. You can access it via our web site. Just go to "Parents," then click on "PASSport Login," and off you go!
At Sylmar Charter High School, we offer an extensive array of clubs to keep you energized, enlightened, and engaged! Click on the file below for a list of our clubs, and get involved!
The LAUSD Board of Education has approved the instructional calendars for the next three school years. click on the headline to access these calendars, which are are presented in two different styles: by month and as a graphic. Both options display the same information, but in different ways.
Charter Permit Applications will be available at www.sylmar.org beginning on the first Monday of April of each year. Applications must be submitted to the Attendance Office by 3:30 PM on the first Monday in May. Siblings need to submit separate applications. Space is limited. Should the number of applications exceed spaces available, a lottery will be held on May 15 at 1:30 PM in the Library. Families do NOT need to be present at the lottery. Families will be contacted via email with lottery results. Acceptance letters will be emailed by May 31. Click here for the Charter Permit enrollment process!
All Class of 2019 seniors, as a condition for participating in Senior Activities and the Graduation Ceremony, must have a record of good school attendance during their senior year. Good school attendance will be determined by the guidelines established in our Senior Attendance Incentive Program and will affect participation in the ceremony and senior activities. The Senior Attendance Incentive Program begins on the first day of school, August 14, 2018, or the first day the student enrolled into our school. All absences, both excused and unexcused, from that day forward until the end of the school year will be counted for the Senior Attendance Incentive Plan. Please click on the link for the details!
Suicide is a serious public health problem that takes an enormous toll on families, students, employees and communities. Suicide prevention involves the collective efforts of families/caregivers, the school community, mental health practitioners, local community organizations, and related professionals to reduce the incidence of suicide through education, awareness, and services. School personnel are instrumental in helping students and their families by identifying students at-risk and linking them to school and community mental health resources. Click on the headline to access important resources.
Vacation is just around the corner! Which of the following activities do you look forward to on a vacation?
Travelling out of town
Meeting friends and relatives
You voted forThis is not a scientific poll.