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March Scholarship News

College Planning Night

Information For Junior Parents
College Planning Night

Planning and what students and parents need to know in
preparation for their final year of high school. Come and
join us on Thursday, February 20th @ 6:30pm in the
Roger Williams Theater.

If you missed this evening event the following documents made up the College Planning Night Packet.

Senior Timeline - Class of 2014


Preliminary SAT  The next annual (PSAT) - National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test will be offered at Chico High in October 2014. 

ASVAB , a nationally-normed, multi-aptitude test battery that has been provided to high schools and post-secondary schools since 1968.  The next test date this school year is scheduled for April 10th.  You may sign up in the counseling office.

North Valley Aviation Association is sponsoring a summer flight academy June 9-20 for students interested in learning to fly.  Information meeting will be held April 9th during 2nd lunch in the Library.

Reg2Go Parent Orientation will be Wednesday, May 21 from 5:30 – 8:30 on the Main Campus

Grading Calendar

Chico High School  2013/14

Semester 1

Grading Period

Grading Ends

Grades Due by 4:00 pm

Progress 1

September 27

Wed. Oct. 3

Progress 2

November 1

Wed. Nov. 6

Final Grades

December 19

Thurs. Dec. 19

Semester 2

Grading Period

Grading Ends

Grades Due by 4:00 pm

Progress 1

February 21

Wed.  Feb. 26

Progress 2

April 17

Thur.  April 24

Final Grades

June 5

Thurs. June 5

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.

Chico Scholars

High School Scholars Program

Fall 2014 information now available!

The High School Scholars (HSS) program is an excellent opportunity for local high school students to take up to two courses at CSU, Chico for just $40! The objective of the program is to offer local area students access to college courses that have not been filled by regularly enrolled CSU, Chico students.