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O'Connor photography, our official photography vendor, will be taking Graduation pictures for Our School.

Rebels,

O'Connor photography, our official photography vendor, will be taking Graduation pictures for Our School. See the Attached Flyer for the "Graduation Handshake Price List" for pricing and packages. Please call O'Connor Photography for further questions 661-940-5657.

Senior Survey Information

You have less than a month to go to make to graduation. Don't miss out on graduation because you miss out on information!

Seniors, you are almost done! You have less than a month to go to make to graduation. Before we get to graduation, there are some things you'll need to do, and some information you'll need. Don't miss out on graduation because you miss out on information! Included here is information for the Senior Exit Survey. Please take the survey, following all instructions on the sheets provided here, and here

Certain Graduate Items completed and turned into the Activities Office

This is a reminder as we approach graduation, that items need to be completed and turned into the Activities office.

This is a reminder as we approach graduation, that the following items need to be completed and turned into the Activities office.  Each graduate will need to sign a Senior contract, fill out a graduation ceremony preference sheet, and order a cap and gown from Jostens.  If you have not ordered your cap and gown, contact Jostens at 818-367-2929, and hit "option 4".  Please go to "School News" on this website, to become familiar with upcoming dates, times, locations of senior events, including graduation practice, Grad Nite, graduation times/date, Senior Awards Night, Senior clearance dates, Sr. Assembly/slide show and Sr. Sunset.  If you have further questions, please contact Sulema, Activities Secretary at 661-718-3100 Ext 591.

QHHS Tutoring

Tutoring is available to you RIGHT NOW for almost all our classes.  It is easy to use, easy to navigate, and FREE as long as you are a student in the Antelope Valley Union High School District!

Did you know you have FREE LIVE ONLINE TUTORING 24/7 from the world renowned Princeton Review?  This is available to you RIGHT NOW for almost all our classes.  It is easy to use, easy to navigate, and FREE as long as you are a student in the Antelope Valley Union High School District!

  • Log into your student PowerSchool account and select “live tutor” on the left hand side of your home screen
  • Depending on past use, you may be taken directly to the log in screen or you may  have to click “find a tutor” to be taken to log in screen
  • Your Username is your STUDENT EMAIL ADDRESS and your password is your POWERSCHOOL PASSWORD
  • You may now choose your class from the list of classes or submit a paper/essay for review (see SUBMIT box located at top of the page)
  • In-Person tutoring offered every day except Wednesdays
  • All subject areas are welcome every day but see schedule below for specific subject help

Download Tutoring Flyers Here

As well as a .pdf Here

 

 

QHHS Live Tutoring

Need help with your homework?

Need help with a major essay?

Need help with PSAT, SAT, ACT, or AP Exams?

QHHS Live Tutoring

·     Need help with your homework?

·     Need help with a major essay?

·     Need help with PSAT, SAT, ACT, or AP Exams?

 

Live Tutor Directions.doc

Live Tutor Directions.pdf

 

Access live tutors in subjects such as: Math, English, Science, Foreign Language, Social Studies, and more!

 

1.     Go to https://powerschool.avhsd.org

2.     Sign in using your student user ID and password

3.     Select “Live Tutors” on the left side menu

1.     Sign in using your Google email and PowerSchool password 
Go to https://powerschool.avhsd.org

Get Ahead This Summer - Summer School Starts July 1!

Summer school is not just for catching up, it is for getting ahead too! Summer school runs from July 1 - July 26, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-1:00pm on each high school and Academy Prep Junior high campus. Contact the school counseling office for more details.

Why should my student attend summer school?

  • Summer school is not just for catching up, it is for getting ahead too!
  • Make sure he or she is meeting graduation and A-G requirements (UC/CSU college admission requirements).
  • Get ahead or catch up - Earn 10 credits!
  • Summer school runs from July 1 - July 26, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-1:00pm on each high school and Academy Prep Junior High campus.

Don't delay, classes are filling up fast. Contact the school counseling office for more details about summer enrichment opportunities.  

 

Group Picture of 57 AVUHSD Medical Explorer Graduates

Last week, 57 students from the Antelope Valley Union High School District (AVUHSD) graduated from the 3rd Annual Medical Exploring Post in the Antelope Valley hosted by Kaiser Permanente.

On Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 57 students from the Antelope Valley Union High School District (AVUHSD) graduated from the 3rd Annual Medical Exploring Post in the Antelope Valley hosted by Kaiser Permanente.

Exploring is Learning for Life’s career education program for young men and women who are at least 14 (and have completed 8th grade) and not yet 21 years-old. Exploring is all about helping young adults make more informed decisions about future careers and determine which career is the right one for them. Before being accepted into the career preparation program, each student was required to complete a competitive application process, which included teacher recommendations.

Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley physicians and employees volunteered their time to provide real-world career experiences for the explorers to help them gain practical knowledge in the medical field through a variety of activities.

As a youth-led program, students organized monthly meetings including hands-on learning presentations, a tour of the Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley Medical Offices, a tour of the Kaiser Permanente Regional Lab, community service projects, CPR training, and a graduation ceremony celebrating their accomplishments.

“Kaiser Permanente is proud to be going into our fourth year hosting the Medical Exploring Program,” adds Tamara Riley, Assistant Medical Group Administrator, Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley and Medical Exploring Post Committee Chair. “This program is meant to expose students to a variety of careers in healthcare and help guide and inspire the next generation of medical professionals who will serve the communities they grew up in.”

During the graduation ceremony, local Kaiser Permanente, AVUHSD, elected and community leaders were in attendance to extend their congratulations during a graduation ceremony where students shared their experiences, conducted live demonstrations of their learnings, as well as, a special video presentation.

The Medical Exploring Post 661 hosted by Kaiser Permanente Antelope Valley is one of many youth workforce development programs, including Hippocrates Circle for middle school students and our Volunteer Program for high school students and beyond.