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Welcome to the Alta Loma High School Academy Program

Alta Loma High School is excited to continue our new program and class schedule for the 2015-2016 school year. Designed by Alta Loma teachers & staff, our new Academy Schedule will increase academic achievement, offer more individualized help from teachers and peers, and help students build social relationships at school. This extra time is built in so students can get tutoring, help from teachers, and help from peers within the school day! The Academy Schedule involves 4 components: Brave Academy, Brave Study, Brave Tutorial, and Brave Activities. Students will be placed into one of these four areas during Academy time.

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It is hard to believe that the end of the first semester and the end of 2015 are drawing near!  As we break for the upcoming holidays soon, I want to wish all of our students and their families a safe and happy season. 

I would also like to remind you that NOW is the time for all students to increase their time and efforts on their studies.  Students should be working diligently to complete assignments, study, and prepare for final exams.  It is not too late for students to finish strong and increase their achievement by a full letter grade.  I urge students to work hard in the coming weeks and achieve to their maximum potential!


To help students with their achievement, we recommend the following:

  • Students may use the Tutoring Center after school Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Use School Loop to contact your student’s teachers if you have concerns about his or her progress.
  • Discuss with teachers specific steps your student can take to increase his or her achievement.
  • Take advantage of additional help teachers offer before and/or after school.
  • Use KhanAcademy to review concepts students struggle with.

Our final exams will be given on the following dates and times:


Tuesday, Dec 15:  Period 1 at 8:05 and Period 5 at 10:25
Wednesday, Dec. 16: Period 2 at 8:05 and Period 6 at 10:25
Thursday, Dec. 17: Period 3 at 8:05 and Period 7 at 10:25
There is a 13-minute break between finals
There is no school on Friday, Dec. 18.


When school resumes on Monday, January 4, 2016, we will begin our second semester of the school year.  On that morning, we encourage students to arrive early.  They will check a locator list to identify their first period class.  They will report to their first period class and receive their new second semester schedule. 

During this transition, students are sometimes subjected to schedule changes.   We understand that these can be frustrating experiences for students.  They can be for school personnel as well because we would like to accommodate all student requests by giving them the classes and teachers they would like. 


Unfortunately, a variety of factors exist that prevent that. 


Some of the factors that affect scheduling include the following:


  • Student needs which may create additional or fewer sections of particular classes.
  • Changes in teachers’ class assignments:  Sometimes teachers schedules may change because they take on a coaching assignment second semester or for another reason.  Thus, a class may need to be closed and those students are assigned to another teacher.
  • Teacher contracts:  Teachers may have a specific number students during the first semester.  In an effort to keep most class sizes at 34, that number decreases second semester.  Students may be randomly selected to move to another class to balance a teacher’s student load.
  • Math and Science changes:  Students’ placement in math classes vary based on successful completion or failure of their classes.  Likewise, teaching assignments may change to accommodate the needs of the nearly 2,000 students in math classes.
  • School Staffing:  Sometimes school personnel changes at the semester.  Someone may resign and someone else may be hired.  This may affect students’ schedules as they may be assigned to a teacher new to the school.


For these and other reasons, we cannot schedule students based on their preferences.  This includes the lunch period.  The administrative and counseling staff cannot consider a student’s teacher or lunch preferences when making a schedule.

Of course, we do our best to work with all students, and we are committed to getting them the classes they need to graduate and/or to achieve their post secondary aspirations.

We appreciate the patience and understanding of students and their families when we are confronted with these challenges.  If you have questions, feel free to call any of our counselors or administrators.

Again, on behalf of the Alta Loma staff, we wish you a Happy Holiday and prosperous New Year.


James T. Cronin
Principal, Alta Loma High School

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Support ALHS by purchasing a customized Legacy Brick to be installed in the new Alta Loma High School stadium (grand opening in March 2016). All proceeds benefit ALHS programs.

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The Chaffey Joint Union High School District has partnered with School Loop. School Loop is an innovative communication tool designed to keep parents, students, teachers and staff connected. With School Loop parents and students can:

  •  Check assignments online
  •  Monitor current grades
  •  Email teachers/counselors
  •  View school news/events
  •  Submit work electronically

Every Chaffey District parent and student is encouraged to register. It takes less than two minutes to sign up and all accounts are FREE! Click the 'Register Now' tab on the top left of this page.   

Mr. Cronin, Principal

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Teachers and peer tutors will be available each day.

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