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Welcome to College Park!

Welcome Back to School

Students MUST attend  Walkthru to receive schedules, books, electronic ID cards and locker assignments.  Parents are not allowed to pick up these items for students.

Learn all about Walkthru at College Park.

Freshman Orientation: Friday, August 9, 9 AM - 2 PM (Bring lunch).

First Day of School is Thursday, August 15, 7:50 AMPlease see the MDUSD Academic calendar for additional dates.

See below for important dates

9th Grade  & New Student Residency Verification

Please provide 3 types of original documentation for residency verification. Students who have not completed residency verification will not receive their schedule at walkthru.

Monday, July 29, 8-11 AM
Tuesday, July 30, 8-11 AM
Wednesday, July 31, 8-11 AM & 5-6:30 PM

Walkthru Dates

Students unable to attend Walkthru on the below dates must attend the Mini Walkthru at 7:00 AM on the first day of school, Thursday, August 15.

Grade 9: Tuesday, August 6, 9 AM-12 PM, MU
Grades 10 & 11: Wednesday, August 7, 9 AM-12 PM, MU
Grade 12: Tuesday, August 6, 10 AM-12 PM, MU
Evening (all grades): Wednesday, August 7, 5-6 PM, MU

Mission

Student Learning Outcomes

College Park High School’s mission is to cultivate a community of critical thinkers who will acquire the knowledge, skills, and values to be committed, proficient, adaptable, creative, independent, aware, and engaged citizens prepared for their future.

Vision

The vision of CPHS is the belief that all students can learn.  All students will realize academic success, think creatively, make responsible choices, resolve differences peacefully, and be reflective and involved members of our global community.

                        

                        Best High School Sliver

                           California Distinguished School

Effective Communicator:

Is proficient in writing, speaking, and listening adapted to audience, task, purpose and discipline.

Global Citizen and Responsible Worker:

Demonstrates integrity, adaptability, and ethical behaviors by acting responsibly and working effectively in an ever-changing society.

Health and Wellness Advocate:

Demonstrate a commitment to physical and mental well-being of self and others to make a positive and healthy choice.

Complex Thinker:

Thinks critically and creatively by identifying problems, assessing evidence and solutions and draws on multiple perspectives when approaching complex issues and adapting to challenges. Applies knowledge and skills while investigating, interpreting and analyzing information in order to develop and implement creative solutions to complex problems.

Effective and Ethical User of Technology: 

Ethically and thoughtfully employs a variety of digital media and technology to communicate, analyze and organize information, and create products and solutions.

Self-Directed Learner: 

Independently seeks and uses resources including teachers, peers, print, and digital reference with perseverance and endurance to engage in new learning toward academic, professional and personal goals.

Community Contributor:

Uses acquired cultural awareness and sensitivity to work in teams to share ideas and responsibilities, solve problems, and achieve shared goals.  

Principal's Corner

Monthly Community Focus Article

Joe Alvarez
Principal Joe Alvarez
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