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Counseling Department

 

Welcome to the Guidance Department at Clayton Valley Charter High School!

 

The Guidance Department of Clayton Valley Charter High School is here to support your students Academic, Vocational, Personal and Social needs.  We look forward to working with each student to help them identify college and career objectives and to take the courses and have the information necessary to be successful in the 21st century.

It is our goal to make sure that every student is well prepared for life after high school, so please check our website for frequent updates on Testing, Financial Aid, Scholarships, College and Career speakers on campus, Summer Programs and much more! To help your student be successful, we have included a Study Skills resource booklet  at the bottom of this page.

POLICY FOR DROPPING A CLASS

 

We are very excited to start the 2018-2019 school year.  As a reminder please note the policy for dropping a class:

Clayton Valley Charter High School expects all students to enroll in six classes each semester. Students wishing to DROP a class must do so during the first 2 weeks of the semester with parental and administrative approval.  Students dropping a class while maintaining a passing grade will receive a “No Credit” or “Withdrawal” on their records.  A student/ parent/ teacher/ administrator conference may be required prior to allowing a student to drop a class.

 

The master schedule of classes and the assignment of teachers to teach those classes are based on courses students chose in the Spring.  Therefore, CHANGES ARE MADE FOR ACADEMIC MISPLACEMENT OR COMPUTER ERROR ONLY.

 

All courses are a year-long obligation and cannot be changed throughout the school year. 

 

Students who DROP a class after the second week of the semester will receive a grade of “W/F” (Withdraw/Fail).  The last date to drop a class without it appearing on a student transcript is two weeks from the first day of school.