Robert Franek, senior vice president-Publisher, The Princeton Review, and author of "The 379 Best Colleges” is this year’s keynote speaker. A recent guest on NBC's "TODAY" show, Franek will discuss "How to Find and Pay for a 'Best Fit' College." Click here for more information about the event.
Sophomores in SUSD high schools will have the opportunity to take the PSAT/NMSQT at no cost to parents. “By offering the PSAT/NMSQT to all sophomores at no cost, it will provide parents, students and the schools with useful information to identify areas that require more attention for post-secondary goals,” said Dr. Mitch von Gnechten, executive director of Secondary Schools. “The results of the test will help our students set goals for the next two years and will help increase college and career readiness.” See PSAT/NMSQT
The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) has released its new A-F Achievement Profiles for the 2013-14 school year. Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) did well; the District received an A for a fourth consecutive year with a score of 144, our highest score ever. Nineteen schools received the highest grade of A, seven schools received B, three schools received C and one school received a D. See Grades
(All Math classes will take their classes down to get their pictures done on Sept 4th.)
RE-TAKES: October 22nd - (Report to the auditorium for your re-takes)
SEPT 6th - 8:00PM - 11:00PM
$25 PRE-SALE/ $30 @ DOOR/STUDENT ID REQUIRED
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS IN THE BOOKSTORE
Your Senior Ad is due by September 30th for the early bird deadline.
November 12 is the FINAL DEADLINE !!!
The phone number for Cameo is 480-483-6700
If you do not have a log in please call our front desk @ 484-6500 and ask for your students grade Administrative Assistant.
To log into Parentvue/Studentvue see Synergy Grades on the left side bar of our web site.
The Chaparral link to Naviance provides students and parents a means to plan for students career, college and academic goals.
The username is a student's ID number and password is their 8 digit birthdate.
click on the word Naviance to go directly to the site
- Students: take benchmarks & common formative assessments, receive intervention or enrichment,track assessment performance progress throughout the year
- Parents: track student performance and progress on benchmarks,common formative assessments,and state-wide assessments
For further information on Galileo, and directions on accessing your students scores and what they mean, please visit this link.
Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) is a Criterion Referenced Test (CRT) designed to measure each student's progress in learning the Arizona Academic Standards. The Arizona Academic Standards define what students should know and be able to demonstrate at various stages of K-12 education. Information on interpreting your AIMS scores can be found at this link.