Academic Extended Day (AED) High School

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Chelsi Koster
AED Administrator

Randy Cerny
AED Administrator


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Hanline School Campus
4231 Central Ave
Ceres, CA 95307



School Contacts

Ceres High School
Counseling Office
 
209-556-1920

Central Valley High
School Counseling Office
 
209-556-1900

Argus High School
Counseling Office
 209-556-1800

The Educational Options Department and CUSD’s high schools are committed to helping every student reach his or her potential. The Academic Extended Day program assists students in their quest for academic success and allows them to complete credits required for graduation.

What programs are available to Ceres, Central Valley, and Argus/Endeavor High School students?

  • Academic Extended Day classes are available to students who may not have all of the credits necessary to meet CUSD’s high school graduation requirements. Courses are offered for the semester either Monday/Tuesday nights or Wednesday/Thursday nights from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Students who successfully complete a course can earn five credits toward the graduation requirement.
  • Additional tutoring for all 9-12 students is offered at CVHS and CHS. This tutoring is designed to meet the needs of struggling students on several levels, especially in English and Mathematics.
  • The CUSD Secondary Summer School programs are for district students currently enrolled in grades 9 through 12 (incoming 8th graders may also register, but must graduate from junior high school to participate in the program). Courses are offered in two sessions, each session lasting 12 days, running 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday. The program begins the week following the end of the regular school year. Registration starts in the spring on a first come, first serve basis with priority given to CUSD students in need of credits for graduation. Students who successfully complete the program can earn up to ten credits toward graduation. Argus/Endeavor also offers one session of summer school that will last 22-24 days.

How can I get more information on the program?

If you would like more information about any of these programs, please contact the Counseling Office at Ceres High School, Central Valley High School, or Argus High School.  The student’s counselor will advise and enroll the student in the appropriate classes.

What academic support is available for CHS and CVHS students?

CHS

Tutoring is available before and after school for the students of CHS. Tutoring takes place in various classrooms and is available the hour before or after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. CHS teachers who specialize in their subject area will be available for students.  In addition to the certificated tutors, there are EL paraprofessionals who provide bilingual support and tutoring in the Learning Center during lunch.

For additional information, please contact Ceres High at 556-1920.

CVHS

Tutoring is available before and after school for the students of CVHS. Tutoring takes place in various classrooms and is available the hour before or after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. CVHS teachers who specialize in their subject area will be available for students.  

For additional information please contact Central Valley High at at 556-1900.




Ceres Adult School also offers diploma credit courses for high school students. Please talk to the site learning director or contact Ceres Adult School at 556-1557 to get more information about the program.