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  • SMARTER BALANCED ASSESSMENT - MODIFIED BELL SCHEDULE
    The Smarter Balanced Assessment is California’s statewide student assessment system, aligned to Common Core State Standards. Only Juniors (11th graders) will take this test in Math and English Language Arts (ELA). This assessment serves as an indicator of readiness for college-level coursework.

    The Smarter Balanced Assessment will take place over a two-week period; March 27th - April 7th. This assessment will be given using a block schedule, which are approximately two-hour classes. Every-other-day will be assigned to even and odd classes, except the Fridays (refer to linked schedule below). Juniors will test with their Math and English teachers. To view the CAASPP schedule, click the link below.


    Copies of this schedule are also available in the Student Support Center of Granite Hills High School.  

    MORNING BUS TRANSPORTATION

    Due to the block schedule, the morning bus pick-ups have been modified. To view the modifed bus schedule, please click below or the image to the right.



    SMARTER BALANCED ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE

    MODIFIED TRANSPORTATION SCHEDULE - AM PICK UP


    Posted Mar 21, 2017, 3:24 PM by Barbara Sexton
  • GRANITE HILLS BEST PREP SPORTS TEAM 2016
    Granite Hills High School has been named the Best Prep Sports Team of 2016 by The East County Californian.  This honor has been made possible due to the East County readers who voted for us.  We are honored to receive this gold star and accept it with Eagle Pride!  Go Granite Hills!  Go Eagles!

    To read the East County Californian Best of East County 2016 article, click the link below.

    Posted Mar 20, 2017, 8:39 AM by Barbara Sexton
  • BUDGET UPDATE MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT, DR. GLOVER
    Below is a message from Superintendent, Dr. Glover regarding the 2017 budget.  Click the link below to learn more.

    Posted Feb 15, 2017, 7:58 AM by Barbara Sexton
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