We have a number of in-school and after-school activities for students to enjoy:
First Home Basketball Game
C-Tech is a vocational education program that offers nationally recognized, stackable certifications in various digital infrastructure related career fields. C-Tech has been providing training since 1993 and boasts a 98% completion rate and a 90% certification rate for its courses. C-Tech offers career placement services for graduates of its programs. Students who complete certifications are equipped to step into well paid skilled labor positions immediately after High School. In addition to providing certification, the courses have cross-curricular components that align with standards in Math, English and Science curriculum. The courses are designed to be taught in a specific order. Students must meet criteria and have Principal/Teacher recommendation to participate. Students must take C Tech outside of regularly scheduled hours.
To learn more about our C-Tech program click here.
Hiaki Member Campus Cooking Class
Students made Chicken Pitas and Apple Wraps.
Hiaki Member Campus Senior Writing Exercise
Raffle Wheel Student Rewards
Students who attended school on November 22, 2017 and showed up on time were rewarded using the Valencia Raffle Wheel.
3 C Presentation Series
Over 90 students attended our 3 C (College, Career & Community) Presentation Series yesterday. 3 Representatives from Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services (TOPS) who’s mission is to “educate and empower the youth and young families in our community so they can make informed, healthy decisions” provided our students with engaging and interactive activities to educate them about healthy relationships.
Resume Writing Workshop
Students at Charter Valencia & Hiaki High School will benefit from attending this very informational Resume Writing Workshop that was presented by Tim Kennedy from Tucson Youth Development, who we have been partnering with for the past 3 years.
Digital Learning Day
Students participating in the the Digital Learning Day Coding Challenge. Winner received a tablet.
JAG Echelon Visit
JAG students visited the Echelon housing complex to work with Seniors in their home community. Other seniors who may have been unsure of working with ‘teenagers’ got to experience first hand the inter-generation conversations and observe the tech lesson the students provided. All the students left with a job application form!