Directory Information means information contained in a student record that would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. It may include:
- Telephone Number
- E-mail address
- Date of birth
- Participation record in officially recognized activities and sports
- Weight and height of athletic members
- Dates of attendance
- Degrees and awards received
- Most recent previous school attended
Cal Grants are money for college that don’t have to be paid back and can be used toward an undergraduate degree or vocational/career training. The district will submit your child’s information to the California Student Aid Commission to determine his/her eligibility unless you go into the school’s Guidance Office and complete a form indicating that you do not want your child’s information submitted for this purpose. (Click link for more information)
ELC/Admission to UC System
Eligibility in the Local Context (ELC) is a program by which the University of California identifies top-performing California high school students. Unlike the broader statewide eligibility pathway, which seeks to recognize top students from throughout the state, ELC draws qualified students from among the top 9 percent of each participating high school.
To be designated as ELC, a student must have attended an eligible, participating California high school, satisfactorily completed a specific pattern of 11 UC-approved courses prior to the start of senior year, and have a UC-calculated GPA that meets or exceeds the top 9 percent GPA benchmark established by UC for their school. To maintain the ELC status, the student must satisfy the general admissions requirements including the successful completion of the 15 required “A-G” courses and maintain a 3.0 GPA.
California high school students who are eligible in the statewide context or eligible in the local context and are not admitted to any campus to which they apply will be offered a spot at another campus if space is available.