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4/24/18

Early College credit is a fabulous way for high school students to get acquainted with college, to accelerate and in some cases earn credits for HS and college at the same time. 

 

Attached are handouts about the Chabot College HS Concurrent Enrollment program for summer:

1) Concurrent enrollment flyer: for students and families to explain the process of enrollment

2) CE cover sheet: step by step instructions on applying for concurrent enrollment courses and a list of recommended courses for high school students

3) CE recommendation summer 2018: the concurrent enrollment application for summer

 

See the attached information and check in with your grade level counselor for approval.

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4/10/18

Sophomores:  If you are interested in taking a college class during summer at a community college(Chabot College or Laney College), please see Ms. Gandhari. Stop by at lunch or make an appointment.

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4/8/18




Congratulations to the Arroyo High School Winter Percussion 2018! After falling to sixth place at the Fremont competition, and trailing behind Irvington High School by 10 points for most of the season, Arroyo pulled out the stops and performed their hearts out, scoring into the 80’s for the first time, taking the silver medal in the Scholastic A Division, and coming within two points of gold medalist, Irvington High School!  What a great feeling to have!

 

As an added bonus, two of our senior members received monetary awards from the California Color Guard Circuit's Scholarship program. Tommy Tran received the Sandy Montoya Memorial Scholarship, and Mikaela Gomez received the Harry Ariza memorial Scholarship!
 

 

We are very proud of our Winter Percussion. Congratulations on a tough, but delightful and exciting season!
 

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