The Chaffey Joint Union High School District has some unique qualities. There has always been an emphasis on academic excellence, including fundamental skills essential for continuing learning. There is pride in providing students experiences and opportunities to prepare them for responsible citizenship and career options. There is confidence in the long tradition of the District to provide quality education which supports the energy and enthusiasm for innovation.
Another characteristic of the district is stability. The members of the Board of Trustees have long tenure in their positions, providing experience and knowledge for policy decisions as the schools adapt and adjust to changing populations. There have been seven superintendents in the history of the District, each building on the strengths of prior administrations.
Graduates exhibit their pride in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. Today, it is not unusual for the fourth generation of a family to be attending school in the district. Such a tradition makes the students and their families proud and supportive. The District looks forward to the challenge of the future to promote the effective use of technology while maintaining the traditions of the past, to find the strength of their diversity and to continue to build the legacy of excellence.
With the challenges faced by today’s high school graduates we are pleased to announce and exciting opportunity for continued education. With the long standing traditions of the Chaffey Joint Union High School District we are entering into an academic partnership with California State University San Bernardino, California State University Bakersfield, Cal Poly Pomona, and La Verne. This agreement holds that CJUHSD graduating students, who have met CSU minimum requirements, are guaranteed enrollment into CSUSB, Bakersfield, Cal Poly and La Verne.
The Chaffey Joint Union High School District recognizes learning can vary across multiple dimensions. Online delivery allows for student learning reaching across several dimensions including: Teacher roles, scheduling, pace, physical space, and varying models of curriculum delivery. With the need of the student in mind, the Chaffey District Online High School will offer online blended learning opportunities preparing each student for success in the 21st century. Some of the benefits of online learning include but are not limited to the following:
- Complete school work at any time (24 hours a day), from any place at a pace that is appropriate to individual and progressive needs.
- Accelerate pace towards graduation.
- Use individualized instruction to address diverse student needs.
- Work independently away from the distractions of a large classroom or group setting.
- Schedule school work to accommodate work, personal/professional, or family care responsibilities.
- Work from any location (with internet access).
- Connect in a one-to-one and/or small group setting with certificated/highly qualified teachers.
- Remediate grades to become eligible for UC or CSU college entrance.
- Recover credits and get on track to graduate.
- Earn a high school diploma from the Chaffey Joint Union High School District.
Enrollment: Becoming a Full-Time Student at Chaffey District Online High School
The Chaffey District Online High School (CDOHS) is currently enrolling full-time students in grades 9 - 12. CDOHS, a free public high school is a viable option for many, including homeschooling families that desire to increase the level of rigor of the curriculum available to their students, while maintaining control of the physical learning environment. Upon satisfaction of graduation requirements, students are awarded a traditional high school diploma from CDOHS and the Chaffey Joint Union High School District.
CDOHS students benefit from the flexibility that online learning provides including opportunities for course acceleration, unique enrichment programs, online mentors, face-to-face mentors, and access to learning 24 hours per day, seven days per week. All CDOHS original credit courses meet the entrance requirements for the University of California and each AP course has received approval from College Board. Many courses incorporate face-to-face learning sessions, including wet labs in all lab science courses and participation labs for first and second year PE courses.
Who may Enroll
Any student who lives within San Bernardino, Inyo, Kern, Orange, Riverside, or Los Angeles counties may apply to enroll in CDOHS. Please contact your residence school or district for applicable transfer and/or release. Online learning is NOT for everyone. It requires a great deal of self-discipline and self-monitoring; common characteristics of independent learners. Online classes also require a great deal of reading and interacting with others through the use of discussion boards and instant messaging.
For more enrollment information, please call (909) 460-5626
To enroll please call us at (909) 460-5626