Welcome to Fairvalley High School
A Model Continuation High School
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Hello students and parents of Fairvalley High School! As you know, we are still holding virtual schooling via Google Classroom, Google Hangout and Apex online credit recovery. Your student has a Google student email which you can obtain by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send it to you. It is vital that you have your student's email account because teachers are posting assignments and inviting students to "hangout" at times throughout the week to assist them with the lessons and to answer questions. Students can also access Apex and finish courses such as electives to help them stay on pace to graduate.
Seniors!! We are taping a virtual graduation that will be made available to you and your family on June 2nd. There will be speeches from students, your principal and your name will be published and called in our virtual ceremony. Stay tuned!! In the event that the stay at home order is lifted, we are considering a traditional graduation later in August. Keep up the good work!
Also, there will be summer school starting June 8th on Apex. As in our current situation, students will complete Apex courses from home as well as Google Classroom for English classes with the assistance of an award-winning Fairvalley HS teacher. Seniors who have not met graduation requirements by the end of May can complete those requirements in summer school. Stay healthy and happy and we hope to see you soon.ello
Fairvalley students have after-school access to a number of Adult Ed courses including welding, a myriad of ROP courses and the work experience education program. The shorter school day assists our students in getting a jump on college and learning how to make a living.
In 2017, Fairvalley joined the San Gabriel Valley Continuation Sports League in football, basketball, softball, and soccer. The Falcon Football Team was undefeated in 2017 and brought home the San Gabriel League Title. This year the football team went 3-1 losing its last game to Century High School in an 8-6 defensive battle for the league title.
Fairvalley also has a strong consortium with Mt. San Antonio College whose representatives frequent our school, get our students prepared for priority registration and proctor placement exams for our young Falcons. We will notify you weeks ahead of time so you can come check out our College and Career Day.