9th Grade District Math Placement Test
TEST DATE: August 4th, 2021 at 2pm at Valencia High School
**Please note the test is not required for entry to a particular math course for 9th grade, but the results help provide counselors with data to inform appropriate placement.
COC College Now Forms
If your student has completed the 10th grade and wants to take a course at College of the Canyons, information can be found HERE. The College Now Forms (step 4) can be signed digitally by your counselor through June 8th. After June 8th, one of the assistant principals can sign the form for you. They are listed below:
If you would like to register your child for Summer School 2021, please choose the location you would like to attend by clicking on the school site listed below. Then complete the fist step by filling out the registration form. If you have any questions about course selection, please contact your student’s school counselor. As always, summer school courses are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Opportunities for Learning (OFL), the Hart District’s independent study charter school is also offering some independent study summer school courses. These applications must be filled out by the students’ counselors. For more information, click HERE
Did you know that the Hart District has a "wellness warm line" for students? The Wellness Warm-Line is a non-emergency resource for all Hart School District students seeking emotional support as a result of the "Stay at Home" order and culmination of Distance Learning. The Wellness-Warm-Line's goal is to provide support prior to a mental health crisis. Some concerns callers share are stress, anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationship issues, panic, corona blues or are just having a bad day and need to talk to someone. Complete the Google Form request, and someone will reach out to you via telephone! You may access support from the wellness warm-line during school days (Monday through Friday 8:00 am-3:00 pm). You will receive a return phone-call within the school day. If needed during after-hours, you may contact the CA Peer-Run Warm-Line- 855-845-7415. If this is an emergency, please contact 911 immediately. If you know someone who needs immediate help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.
To access the request, click HERE
The VHS Counseling department wants you to know that we are still here for you! Although we know that most of our valuable communication is in person, in this time of uncertainty and distance learning, we are still available, in many ways, to continue communication. The best way to initiate communication with your counselor is going to be through email or phone.. Counselors will be regularly checking and responding to emails and phone calls during school hours. If a situation arises in which communication may need to be through other means, your counselor will communicate with you and/or your parent and determine the best method of communication to arrange with you.
Unfortunately, we are not able to take care of all issues and situations remotely. If there is a situation that arises in which you may need immediate assistance or is considered an emergency situation, please refer to the resources below.
Crisis, Harm to Self or Suicidal Thoughts
For more/varied resources, visit the VHS Counseling Important Links HERE
If you have a student at Valencia High School, you can receive up-to-date information on current happenings and events. To receive this monthly email communication, please make sure your email address is listed correctly in the Infinite Campus Portal. To see current or past issues, click here.
Parent Portal (Infinite Campus)
Parents, remember that you can check your student’s grades, attendance, assignments, etc. on the campus portal. It’s a great way to stay on top of your student’s success! To log in or create a new account, click HERE.
Grades and College Eligibility
Colleges do not accept any grades below a “C” for required classes. If your student receives a “D” or an “F” in any required class, he/she MUST retake that class to be eligible to apply to college during his/her senior year. For tips to helping students be and stay successful, click here.
If you have a junior or senior student who plans on being an athlete at the college level, he/she must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse. The registration website can be found at: www.ncaaclearinghouse.com. Students/Parents should be very careful when reviewing this website, as there are many details that the students must adhere to in order to be eligible. If your student needs additional help with eligibility issues, he/she can contact Mrs. Rosenast in the counseling office or by email at email@example.com.