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Profile of an Eagle

CVCHS has clearly outlined measures of success for all students that reflect the Charter School’s high expectations. This has manifested itself in what most schools and districts refer to as a graduate profile. At CVCHS this is referred to as the Profile of an Eagle.

In order to manifest the CVCHS mission, (shared above) as an individual student, CVCHS graduates will have achieved the following upon graduating from CVCHS:

-       be eligible to attend a four-year public university in California

-       read at a college level*

-       write at a college level*

-       demonstrate college level quantitative reasoning*

-       be deemed “Prepared” on California’s College/Career Indicator

-       have attempted completion of college credit

-       completed a sequence of elective courses

-       engaged in work-based learning

-       participated in at least two college visits

-       completed community service

-       participated in at least two extra-curricular activities

-       created a plan for post-high school education and life

-       demonstrated exemplary attendance

-       demonstrated college level communication skills

-       demonstrated digital citizenship

-       demonstrated personal fitness

* These three elements of the Profile of an Eagle represent raw academic achievement and can be measured in multiple ways. In addition to standard achievement levels (e.g. meet or exceed the standards on CAASPP), CVCHS will also look for sufficient growth in achievement over a student’s time at CVCHS to determine if they have met these criteria.

We have a wide variety of interventions which span a range of student needs, from onboarding incoming freshmen to remediating failed grades. Please see our list of interventions (below):

 

      • Bridge to Success Program (incoming 9th grade students)
      • 9th Grade Summer Transition program
      • Teacher Office Hours
      • Academic Tutoring
      • Targeted Case Management (“TCM”)
      • Academic Mentoring
      • Online Learning Platforms
      • Advancement Via Individual Determination (“AVID”)
      • Intersession
      • Credit Recovery - for grade replacement or bump

 

For a more detailed explanation of our various Interventions, please see our newly adopted Charter located on our website.