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2019–2020 School Accountability Report Card
About This School
Contact Information (School Year 2020–2021)
School Description and Mission Statement (School Year 2020–2021)
Chaparral Continuation High School is designed to provide academic support and resources for junior and senior students whose ability to graduate as scheduled is compromised due to credit deficiency. Chaparral High School offers an alternative to the larger traditional campuses, one that is in some cases more appropriate for students who are deemed at risk for not completing their high school education. As one of the variety of programs at the Ed Jones Educational Center, Chaparral High School serves students from diverse backgrounds in a small school setting. An effort is made to limit class size as per the California Department of Education’s recommendation in order to maintain a comfortable and safe learning climate, as well as to individualize instruction to meet student needs. The staff has been trained in trauma-informed practices and social and emotional learning strategies. As part of our Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Program, students are recognized daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly for displaying the schoolwide positive behavioral expectations of Doing the Right Thing, Owning Their Actions, Giving Respect, and Showing Pride.
The mission of Chaparral High School is to provide an alternative educational format that offers a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment. Students are given the opportunity to experience self-paced academic success with a rigorous and challenging curriculum. Equity is ensured through individualized support. Mastery is evident through sustained application of skills, and a focus on results is achieved through an intentional process driven by outcomes. The school prepares every student to live their purpose.
Students are supported by the principal, a full time Dean of Students in charge of discipline and attendance, two counselors full-time counselors, a part-time school-community liaison, a liaison representing our foster and homeless students, and part-time licensed mental health counselors.
Last updated: 1/11/2021
Student Enrollment by Grade Level (School Year 2019–2020)
|Grade Level||Number of Students|
Student Enrollment by Student Group (School Year 2019–2020)
|Student Group||Percent of Total Enrollment|
|Black or African American||7.90 %|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||1.30 %|
|Hispanic or Latino||64.50 %|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||%|
|Two or More Races||1.30 %|
|Student Group (Other)||Percent of Total Enrollment|
|Socioeconomically Disadvantaged||81.60 %|
|English Learners||6.60 %|
|Students with Disabilities||11.80 %|
|Foster Youth||18.40 %|