Senior Fall Survey

Dear CHS Seniors, 

Please click on the following link to take your Senior Fall Survey. Thanks! 



ACT and SAT Dates

To register and learn more, visit:   

Cal State Apply




CSU, Chico's North State Liaison from the Office of Admissions will be available to assist seniors in completing and submitting their CSU Applications.

Tuesday, November 6th

3-5 PM

CHS Library


Be sure to bring all necessary information to submit:

  • Unofficial transcripts

  • Test scores (ACT, SAT & AP)

  • SSN or TIN

  • Citizenship status

  • A method of payment

  • Your parent's residency status

  • Annual income: Your parents if you are a dependent; your income if you are independent

  • EOP only: Your parent's employment background and two recommendations.



Cash for College

Cash for college

November 14th

Williams Theater

6 PM – 8 PM

Students and their families can receive free assistance applying for student aid at the Cash for College Night.

Financial Aid experts will be available to assist students and parents applying for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and can estimate a student’s potential eligibility quickly.  Every high school senior is encouraged to apply for FAFSA or Dream Act to ensure access to both merit and need-based scholarships.

For FAFSA, both Student and Parent will need to have an FSA ID to submit your application that evening. An FSA ID gives you access to Federal Student Aid’s online systems and can serve as your legal signature. Visit if you have not done so already.

*-2017 income tax information for themselves and parents (if applicable)

*-Social Security Card (if applicable)

*-Driver’s License (if applicable)

*-Student list of interested/applied colleges

    CA Dream Act        FAFSA

ASVAB Career Exploration Program

**********************Attention All Students*************************

Chico High will host the ASVAB test on

November 15th at 8:00. 

Pre-register in the counseling office for this

FREE career exploration opportunity.



The ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP) is a FREE career planning resource available to high schools nationwide. This comprehensive program includes one of the most widely used multiple-aptitude test batteries in the world and an interest inventory complemented by a thorough occupational database all designed to give students an in-depth look at the world of work. 

Butte College - REG 2 GO

Butte College Logo     Reg 2 Go              

Butte College Reg-2-Go program begins in January and includes the 3-step process outlined below.  Through Reg-2-Go, high school seniors participate in orientation, counseling, and registration of classes prior to the end of their senior year.   Participation in Reg2Go allows seniors priority registration for Butte College classes, well before new and transfer students.

Step 1:     Apply to Butte College

On Tuesday, January 15h Butte College Reps will visit Chico High to assist seniors with the application process. Students will need their Social Security Number or Tax Identification Number to apply as first-time freshman Reg 2 Go students.

Step 2:     Sign up with counselor for the Program Placement Workshop (PPW)

Students must have Butte College ID# to sign up for a workshop.

This workshop is a necessary step to determine course placement.

Workshop dates at Chico High

Monday, March 4th @ 8:00 am or 1:00 pm

Thursday, March 14th @ 8:00 am or 1:00 pm

Wednesday, April 3rd @ 8:00 am or 1:00 pm


Step 3:     Orientation and Registration

Students will travel by school bus to Butte College for a day-long visit.  They will tour the campus and sign up for their Fall 2019 college classes. Students should pack a lunch or bring money for the cafeteria.

Bus Trip to Butte College

Tuesday, April 2nd at 8:00 until 1:45

  Tuesday, April 16th at 8:00 until 1:45 

Thursday, May 2nd at 8:00 until 1:45

Just in time for 7th period


NOTE:       Students sign up with Counselor for the Placement Workshop and Orientation Trips once they have their Butte College ID #.   Remind Alerts will be available


National Recognition Products (NRP) is the organization who provides Caps, Gowns, Announcements and Rings for Seniors.  The are available on campus in "The Commons" several times during the school year.  The calendar and contact information is TBA.
Ultimate Grad Co. 2019

Grading Calendar

Grading Period 18-19
PLEASE NOTE:  As stated on page 12 of the Chico High Student Handbook

The last day to drop a class with no penalty is one
week after the 1st progress grades are posted. After
this time the class will be dropped with a fail grade
("F") for the semester, posted to the student's
transcript. The "F" grade will impact both the gpa
and athletic eligibility.