Mrs. Moya will be visiting classes this week to discuss the "Take 2" campaign to support suicide prevention month.
Students On the Academic Rise (SOAR) High School provides a supportive, flexible, and academically enriched environment with an emphasis in mathematics, science, and engineering for underrepresented students who may be high potential but low performing in the traditional educational system. SOAR High School is designed to promote academic achievement, social maturity, and enhanced economic opportunities through the completion of high school and success in college. SOAR High School embraces the Core Principles of the Early College High School (ECHS) Initiative, including improving the graduation rates by creating a flexible high school year, by compressing the number of years to complete a college degree and removing financial and other barriers to college.
SOAR Stars are life-long learners and self-advocates who solve the most pressing challenges through an unwavering pursuit of knowledge, innovation, and collaboration, becoming engaged and productive leaders in their communities.
Principal's Take is Dr. Herrera's recap of the activities at SOAR.
This FREE event is open to the public! Join us Monday, September 24, 2018 from 4:30pm - 7:00pm to learn about college and careers.
More than 70 colleges and universities will be in attendance to connect you with counselors and workshops to help you discover your path to college and careers. Hope to see you there!
Be sure to check out this week's bulletin!
October 10th is PSAT day! Freshmen will be taking the PSAT 8/9, and sophomores and juniors will be taking the PSAT/NMSQT.
Alumni spotlight features selected alumni to showcase where they are today. Check back regularly for alumni updates!
On Thursday, October 11, 2018, business, industry and government leaders gather at the AV Fairgrounds to share future opportunities with high school ninth graders and middle school students.
We encourage all parents of new SOAR students to join us for an information meeting to equip parents with the tools and information to ensure that students have a successful transition into SOAR's early college high school program.