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FREE TUTORING AFTER SCHOOL AT NHHS

Spring 2019 Tutoring Schedule.doc

Tutoring Lab


FREE AP READINESS PROGRAM All District high school students enrolled in an Advanced Placement Course are invited to participate in the AP Readiness (APR) program at UCLA. The AP Readiness program provides rigorous, supplemental instructional support to Advanced Placement (AP) students in select courses in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Calculus, Statistics, Computer Science, English, Psychology, Spanish, U.S. Government, U.S. History, and World History. AP Readiness course-specific sessions will be held on the UCLA campus one Saturday per month from September through April from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Almost 5,000 students & 300 teachers attended AP Readiness in 2015-2016 with a 95% approval rate and 20% higher exam scores than the district average!  Students and Teachers must register HERE to attend.

For additional information, visit their website here.



JOIN THE CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION
CSF honors outstanding high school students for their academic excellence.  Bring a completed application, $5 and your Spring 2018 Report Card to the Zoo office.  To apply, on your Spring 2018 report card, you must earned 10 points.

A = 3 CSF points*

B = 1 CSF point*

C = 0 CSF points

D or F in any course, even if not counted for CSF, disqualifies the student from membership

*1 extra point for an A or a B in an AP, IB, or Honors-designated course, not to exceed two such points per semester

  • 4 (Four) of the 10 (ten) points must come from List I courses.

  • 7 (Seven) of the 10 (ten) points (including the four List I points) must come from List I and II courses. Of course, all seven points may come from List I.

  • The last 3 (three) points may come from any list.

  • Only 5 (five) courses (or 25 credits) may be used to earn the 10 (ten) points.


CSF Application



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