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APPLICATION WINDOW FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR OPENS OCTOBER 1, 2020 @
LAUSD'S UNIFIED ENROLLMENT SITE! 
 
 
 
 
You WILL need to submit an application to Poly's SAS IF: 
  1. Your child is designated gifted, BUT we are not your school of residence
  2. Your child exceeds standards on BOTH the ELA/Math SBAC, BUT we are not your school of residence
  3. Your child consistently performs at two grade levels or above, BUT we are not your school of residence
If your child meets the following criteria, you WILL NOT need to submit and application to Poly's SAS because your child will automatically be enrolled in Poly's SAS: 
  1. Your child is designated gifted, AND we are your school of residence
  2. Your child exceeds standards on BOTH the ELA/Math SBAC, AND we are your school of residence
  3. Your child consistently performs at two grade levels or above, AND we are your school of residence (**this criteria is pending verification from your child's middle school) 
Questions? Please email the 9th Grade SAS Coordinator-Ms. Combs at lori.combs@polyhigh.org or Ms. Elfarra at nse3882@lausd.net. 
POLY HS SAS INFORMATION 

The Poly High School SAS program welcomes you to a fantastic school year full of Poly Pride! My name is Ms. Elfarra and I am the SAS Coordinator for Poly students. Ms. Combs is the SAS Coordinator for 9th grade SAS students. Throughout your high school experience, you will find our services to be an integral part of your education. Collectively, our staff works diligently with you and your parent to empower students and foster a college and career ready program.  Please know that you are an extension of our program and we look forward to assisting you with academic planning, personal/social, and college/career needs. The goal of our counselors is to provide a personalized counseling and guidance experience to each student on campus to foster socio-emotional support and promote college and career readiness with the ultimate goal of maximizing student potential.

 

Students will need to pass all courses each year and earn a specific amount of credits to promote or advance to the next grade level in high school: 9th to 10th grade-50 credits, 10th to 11th grade- 105 credits, 11th to 12th grade-160 credits. You will need 210 credits in specific courses to graduate along with meeting non-course requirements which include identifying a career pathway and completing a service-learning project.

 

Your counselor will be reviewing your Individualized Graduation Plan (high school/college) with you in the fall and will be meeting with you in the spring to ensure you are meeting the requirements needed to graduate and be college/career ready. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. We are here to assist you during your high school career.

SAS PROGRAM RESOURCES
GATE PARENT RESOURCES
Gifted/Talented Programs is pleased to offer online parent workshops. Here is link for more information:
 
Poly HS College Information