• Welcome to Citrus Valley High School •
800 West Pioneer Avenue • Redlands, CA 92374
Phone: 909-799-2300 • Fax: 909-799-2349 • Attendance Line: 909-799-2308
College Board School Code: 054-331
Monday February 8, 2016
The Mission of Citrus Valley High School is to provide ALL students an opportunity to succeed academically, grow socially, and participate fully and responsibly in their education; preparing them to become productive and responsible adults equipped to make a positive difference in our world. Students will be guided in this quest by the cornerstone of Citrus Valley High School: CLASS: Character, Leadership, Attitude, Scholarship & Service.
8th Into 9th Grade Parent Night
Incoming 9th Grade Students and Parents: Citrus Valley administrators, counselors, and teachers are thrilled to welcome you to our wonderful Blackhawk Family next year. We are pleased to invite you to our Blackhawk Theater on Tuesday, February 23rd for an evening of entertainment and important information about all things Citrus Valley. Come early (at 6:00 pm) to enjoy performances by our band, choir, and theatre arts students. Then stay for the General Session, which begins at 6:30, to gather important information and updates about high school graduation requirements and college admission requirements. Following the General Session, stick around to attend up to three breakout sessions to learn more about our academic, athletic, and extracurricular programs. We hope you can join us on Tuesday, February 23rd as you and your child prepare for this exciting transition from middle to high school!
Students who took the PSAT
Students who took the PSAT in October will receive their score report at a PSAT Score Interpretation Workshop on Friday, February 19. Students will be assigned to a workshop during period 2, 3 or 4. Passes will be sent to students. Students may only attend their assigned workshop and should report to A-114 at the beginning of the assigned class period. Students who are unable to miss class or who otherwise choose not to attend the workshop may pick up their PSAT score report from the Career Center during lunch on Friday, February 19. (Counselors)
The Highland Women’s Club is once again offering a scholarship to a senior student who lives in Highland and exhibits all around excellence in academics, citizenship, school activities and community service. To qualify you must live in Highland with 92346 zip code, have a 3.5 GPA, and have financial need. This scholarship is separate from scholarships offered by the Redlands Community Scholarship Foundation and is not awarded until the recipient has completed his/her first semester of college. To apply, submit a statement of interest along with your senior portfolio to Mr. Wood or Ms. Meyer in the counseling center. The amount of the scholarship has yet to be defined but has ranged from $500.00 to $1000.00.
Crafton Hills Jumpstart - Dual Enrollment for High School Students
Cal Grant Opt Out Form
Students who do not wish to submit cal grant forms to our records department must fill out the Grant Grant OPT OUT form.
CVHS Information for 2015-16 School Year
SUMMER MAILER INFORMATION
Please use this link for all the critical information every student
needs to start the 2015-16 school year off right in one place!
Free and Reduced Lunch
Click here for the Free/Reduced Lunch application.
Graduation is Friday, June 10, 2016 at 6:30 P.M.
Redlands Bowl - 25 Grant Street.