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Vail High School

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  • 1. Vail High School
    Presents….
  • 2. College, Careerand Citizenship Program2009-2010
  • 3. Who is a vail student?
  • 4. VHS students aspire to attend college
  • 5. USC
  • 6. Vail students get empowered
  • 7. ANIMO CONFERENCE
    November 2009
  • 8. Animo Participants
  • 9. ANIMO CONFERENCE MISSION STATEMENT
    To promote health, educational and life activities in a forum where young men and their mentors can share their knowledge, needs and ambitions for mutual empowerment.
  • 10. The Participants
    Latino young men, ages 12-17
    Fathers, uncles, teachers and mentors who accompany the youth.
    A special Fathers’ session is held while the young men attend their own sessions. The focus is on issues such as decreasing domestic violence, manhood and their expression of self as a Latino man.
    Volunteer professional Latino men who come to assist and support the youth throughout the day.
  • 11. Conference for Latino Youth
    To encourage attending school each day
    To empower young men to make positive choices
    To explore career options
    To strengthen family culture and support
    To promote community support and trust
  • 12. Vail Students will attend college
    Vail High School College/Career Fair November 19, 2009
  • 13. Vail students exposed to higher education
  • 14. Vail High School College/Career Fair
    U.S. Army
    GNOMON
  • 15. American red cross
  • 16. Cerritos College
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  • 18. Vail students visit 4 year universities
  • 19. Cal State Long Beach
  • 20. Model Continuation School 2008-2009
    Vail Students Are Model Students
  • 21. Vail Students Are Ready For College And The World Of Work
  • 22. All Graduates Are Required To Complete And Pass Senior Portfolio
    Autobiography
    Choices Career Survey
    Research Paper
    Master Application
    Resume
    Power Point Presentation
    Exit Interview
    Two Letters of Recommendations
    Certificates and Awards
    FAFSA Application
    Scholarship Applications
  • 23. Vail students are leaders
  • 24. California School Board Association Annual Education Conference, December 4, 2009, San Diego
  • 25. Vail Students Are ASB
  • 26. Vail Students are ASB
  • 27. ASB Class of 2010
  • 28. Vail Students Are Smart
  • 29. Vail’s API
    API score for 2007-08 = 520
    Vail’s API now is 612
    An API increase of 92 in 2008-09
  • 30. They Help Support The American Red Cross
    • 15% of Vail Students donated 61 units of blood on September 22nd
    • 31. Vail Students donated another 61 units of blood on December 9th
    • 32. Vail students will donate again on March 24th
    Every unit of blood can save up to 3 lives
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  • 38. Vail students tutor
  • 39. Rosewood Park Tutoring Program
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  • 43. Vail Students Volunteer & help their community
  • 44. War On Hunger
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  • 47. Cindy Olivares receives award for donating 120 cans to the “War on Hunger”
  • 48. Vail Students Come To School
  • 49. Attendance Ratio
  • 50. Vail Students Are Poets
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  • 52. Izac Coronado Poetry Out Loud 1st Place District Winner
  • 53. Vail Students Get Awards
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  • 55. Vail Students Have Fun
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  • 60. Vail Students Are Expected To Graduate
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  • 62. Vail students make A difference