• Success High School

      Bell Schedule

      2021/22 School Year

       

      Day (Language Center) M – Th Schedule

      Period 1

        8:25 – 9:55   

      Period 2 (split)

      10:00 – 10:55

      Lunch

      10:55 – 11:35

      Period 2

      11:40 – 12:25

      Period 3

      12:30 – 2:00

      Period 4

      2:05 –  3:35

       

      Day (Advisory) Friday Schedule

      Period 1

      8:25 – 9:55

      Period 2

      10:00 – 10:55

      Lunch

      10:55 – 11:35

      Period 2

      11:35 – 11:55

      Advisory (30 minutes)

      11:55 – 12:25

      Period 3

      12:30 – 2:00

      Period 4

      2:05 – 3:35

       

      Day School – Advisory Period 2

      Night School – Advisory Period 4

      Students remain in designated classes for advisory

       

      Night Schedule M-Th Schedule

      Period 4

      2:05 – 3:35   

      Period 6

      3:38 – 4:51

      Lunch

      4:51 - 5:31

      Period 7

      5:34– 6:47

      Period 8

      6:50 – 8:00

       

      Night (Advisory) Friday Schedule

      Period 4

      2:05 – 3:05

      Advisory (30 minutes)

      3:05 – 3:35

      Period 6

      3:38 – 4:51

      Lunch

      4:51 – 5:31

      Period 7

      5:34 – 6:47

      Period 8

      6:50 – 8:00

       

      Success Motto:

      Expect Success!!

       

      Success Mission Statement

      We are dedicated to providing our students with a positive learning experience that will promote their successful transition from high school to college or the workforce, thereby enabling them to become productive members of the community.

       

      Success Vision

      To create a learning environment where all stakeholders embrace lifelong learning and students take ownership of the future.

      About Language Center Program.....

      Students served in the Language Center program are older (ages 16-21), overaged, under credited, recent immigrant students who enter the program as transition students from International Newcomer Academy (INA). With the approval of the principal, other students are considered for placement in the program after completing the assessment and referral process through the Student Placement Center.

       

      About Our High School Equivalency Program.....

      Students enrolled in the high school equivalency program come from all traditional high schools in the district and have been identified as overaged and under credited. To be eligible for the program, students must be at least 16 years old, with two or more years of high school. The program offers four 9-week quarters, students can attend until the age of 21.