WELCOME TO EXPANDED HORIZONS
LCAP Community/Parent Meeting - Reunion de Padres y la Comunidad
Whittier Union High School District Board Room
Distrito Escolar Whittier Union en el Salón de la Mesa Directiva
9401 S. Painter Avenue, Whittier, CA 90605
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WELCOME TO THE
EXPANDED HORIZONS OFFICE WEBPAGE!
The mission of the Expanded Horizons Program is to help all students succeed. We believe that, with academic support, all students can successfully meet graduation requirements, and prepare for post-secondary education or training. It is our goal to create a positive, and rigorous learning environment in which students can feel empowered, connected to school, communicate effectively in a multicultural society, and feel motivated to do their best academically, and socially. We highly encourage parent participation and strive to establish a close working relationship with all members of our school community.
Expanded Horizons is a program for California High School students that offers a variety of enrichment services including academic, career, and pre-college advisement.
The Expanded Horizons Staff supervises specially funded programs including Economic Impact Aid (LEP), School Improvement and Migrant Education.
This webpage will acquaint you with many of the services offered through the Expanded Horizons Program.
EXPANDED HORIZONS PROGRAM SUMMARY
The Expanded Horizons Program coordinates the following programs.
EXPANDED HORIZONS CLUB
The club plans and participates in social, cultural, and educational activities. Club officers hold lunch meetings where advisors, officers and club members determine and organize club activities.
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT State funds earmarked to improve academic skills, learning atmosphere and attendance for all students. Funds are monitored by the School Site Council (SSC) which is made up of students, parents and school staff. Members are elected by their peers to serve on this council.
ECONOMIC IMPACT AID - State funds earmarked to assist and support students who are English Learners. State mandated Language Census information is collected, assessments are administered, and data is compiled and logged.
PARENT GROUPS Parents and/or staff are invited to attend school and district meetings with the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA), School Site Council (SSC), English Learner Advisory Council (ELAC), and District Advisory Council (DAC).
Services We Offer:
Career & College Fair
SAT I, SAT II, ACT, PSAT Registration
Scholarships and Grants
Financial Aid Advisement
Upward Bound, Rio Hondo College