Registration

On-line registration is available starting on Monday, July 28.  All students must do all preliminary steps on-line prior to the "walk-through" process on one's assigned day.  Letters containing log-in information are in the mail and should be in the home by Friday, August 1st.

The "walk-through" process will take place in the multi-purpose room (MPR).  Please click here to access the Registration Portal.

Registration dates and times for 2014-15 according to birth month.

Tues,   August 19
Seniors
Wed,   August 20
Juniors
Mon,   August 25
Sophomores
Tues,   August 26
Freshmen

Jan-Mar
- 8:00-8:45 am

April-June - 8:45 -9:30 am

July-Sept - 9:30-10:15 am

Oct-Dec - 10:15-11:00 am

NEW SENIORS - 11:00

Jan-Mar
- 8:00-8:45 am

April-June - 8:45 -9:30 am

July-Sept - 9:30-10:15 am

Oct-Dec - 10:15-11:00 am

*SAI/SSC - 10:00-11:30 am

NEW JUNIORS - 11:00




Jan-Mar
- 8:00-8:45 am

April-June - 8:45 -9:30 am

July-Sept - 9:30-10:15 am

Oct-Dec - 10:15-11:00 am

NEW SOPHOMORES - 11:00

All Sophomores will need to complete mandatory vision and hearing testing immediately prior to registration on campus. Please make time for this important test.


Registration with IMPACT leaders. Please refer to IMPACT letter for your IMPACT group leader name and registration time.  IMPACT Letters will be mailed by Friday, August 1st.


Please report to the IMPACT Check-In tent (green) in front of the school at the assigned time.

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Looking for something to do?

Head over to our summer programs page on the newly redesigned College and Career portion of our site.

Graduation DVD Orders

Remember your graduation ceremony and walking across the stage forever! Order your very own DVD of the Graduation Ceremony for only $20.  Click here for the order form.

CP Summer Work

Chinese - all levels


This is not required, but suggested pratice for Chinese students over the summer.  Click here for a list of helpful links.

English - all levels

The University High English Department is committed to supporting literacy by supplementing the school-year curriculum with summer reading.  Students at all levels of English are asked to read at least one substantial text over the course of the summer.  Students may choose which book or equivalent text to read.  Core English classes will begin the year with an assignment or series of assignments that utilize the students' chosen readings.  Our hope is that all students will read texts they enjoy, discovering both the pleasure and the power of reading.

These requirements are summarized here.

Spanish - students taking Spanish 3 next year


Click here for your assigned worksheet.

AP Summer Work


Below you will find the expected summer work for students taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses in the 2014-2015 school year.  This will be updated as more classes report their assignments.

English:
   AP Language (Juniors)
   AP Literature (Seniors)
Math & Computer Science:   
   No summer work is expected.   
Science:      
   AP Biology
   AP Chemistry
   AP Environmental Science
   AP Physics
Social Science:
   No summer work is expected.
World Languages:     
   No summer work is expected.

Notice from the Orange County Department of Health regarding Whooping Cough

Please see the attached letter.

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