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Class of 2019

                                        Class of 2019

                                        Reedley High School




                                        11th Grade Counselor- Mrs. Leticia Tasy

Phone: (559) 305-7100 Ext. 2232
Hello Pirates, welcome back to Reedley High School.  I hope you are ready and energized for your 11th grade year.  Please feel free to make an appointment if you have any questions or concerns in the counseling office. Also, make sure to stay connected join my Remind CLASS OF 2019! To receive messages via text, text @mrsltas to 81010.  
  • PSAT: PSAT sign-ups are here! If you have not signed up for the PSAT please do so before September 15, 2017. You must pick up the form in the Counseling Office and pay the $16 fee in the Finance Office. The PSAT will be administered at RHS on October 11th during school. The PSAT is a practice test for the SAT. The SAT is a requirement for eligibility into most 4 year colleges and the better you score the more competitive you will be! If you need more information or would like to discuss this further, please make an appointment to see your Counselor, Mrs. Tasy.
  • Fresno Area College Night 2017 will be on Sept. 13, Wednesday at the Fresno Convention Center Exhibit Hall, from 6:00-8:30pm.   Representatives from UC, CSU, Private, Community, and Vocational campuses will be present. It's a free event!!! RHS will be taking two buses, sign-up in the counseling office if interested.  Parents can also attend this event with their students.

     (See Flyer Below) 

  • Career Tech Expo will be taking place on October 18, 2017, from 4:30pm-7:30pm.  This event provides students and parents from the Central Valley insight on various careers and educational opportunities available through the many trades and training facilities in our local community.  There will be one bus from RHS to take students to this free event.  Sign up in the counseling office as soon as possible.
On August 22, 2017 we had our first Junior Class meeting in the PAT.  You can review our Junior Power Point with your son/daughter.  Please click below.
**Junior Packet**
  •  Please, make sure to review the Junior Checklist that is attached below.  It will provide you with important information about colleges and different programs. Junior Packets were handed out to all Juniors in their U.S World History classes.  There are also available in the counseling office.
**A-G Requirements**
If you are planning to attend a UC or CSU after high school, it is imperative that you complete the A-G requirements and pass your classes with a grade of C or better.  Attached you will find a copy of the A-G classes offered at RHS.
Cumulative GPA
What is cumulative GPA?
Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) refers to the overall GPA, which includes dividing the number of quality points earned in all courses attempted by the total degree-credit hours in all attempted courses.

How is it different from term or semester GPA?

Your semester / term GPA is your Grade Point Average for that one term or semester. Your cumulative GPA is you grade point average for all attempted courses in the program.

How cumulative GPA is calculated?
Basically you have to add up all subjects taken so far in every semester and take the weighted average of each semester.
Here are some helpful tips;

*Come to class prepared- Bring your notebook, homework, pens or pencils, with you each day.

*Take notes in class-You may want to go back to your notes when studying for a test.

*Use a planner-This can help you organize and track your assignment for each day.

*Do your homework-Teachers count homework towards your total grade.

*Review at home-You may get a pop quiz the next day in class.

*Be organized-Keeping your notes and worksheets together in one place will help you to get ready to study for tests or quizzes.

*Study for tests and quizzes-Start preparing days in advance. Don’t wait until the night before. Use flash cards!!!

*Ask for help-If you are struggling in a class, you should ask your teacher, if have a personal issue or concern see Mrs. Tasy or a learning director right away.

*Get involved-Participate in variety of clubs and activities as well as sports. This looks great when applying for colleges.

*Come to school everyday-Good attendance is crucial to your success in high school.

*Sign up for the PSAT test- If you’re planning to go to a four year college, this is a practice test for the SATs.

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