When a student meets all Principal's Honor Roll Requirements, they get the honor of earning the award and will graduate in a white gown for graduation. No appeals for this award are accepted. Contact Elizabeth Candelario for more information: email@example.com
G.P.A. of 3.75 or higher (overall weighted G.P.A. over 7 semesters, starting in 9th grade through first semester of 12th grade)
Students must take at least 2 Advanced Placement Courses within the 4 years of high school.
Citizenship requirement: Students can only have one D or F in seven semesters of high school.
Community Service requirement:
Class of 2024- 50 Hours (Modified)
Class of 2025- 100 Hours
Class of 2026- 100 Hours
AP Course INFORMATION
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CTE pathways are programs of study that involve a multiyear sequence of courses that integrates core academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with a pathway to post-secondary education and careers. The main focus of CTE is to prepare students for academic achievement, career exploration, career preparation, and leadership development. The successful transition to post secondary education and the workplace will be accomplished through the principles of college and career readiness: communication, collaboration, problem-solving, professionalism, job shadowing, internships, and business partnerships.
CTE PATHWAYS AT EASTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL INCLUDE: Engineering Design Digital, Visual and Media Arts Healthcare Administrative Services Patient Care
Click HERE to see the classes offered in each pathway. The student needs to complete the introductory course and capstone class in sequence in order to be a pathway completer. The student's counselor can help answer any questions regarding the pathways and courses needed.
Additional information regarding CTE, including articulation with SWC can be found on the district website HERE.