Special progress reports will be mailed home for all middle school students on May 24, 2018. This progress report will include information about academic progress, citizenship grades, community service completion, attendance, and any fines owed to the school. This information will determine eligibility for the end of the year activities, and the academic progress will determine recommendations for promotion or retention at grade level for students who may be at-risk of failing. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s homebase teacher.
The O'Farrell High School is ranked in the top 7% of California high schools and top 15% of high schools in the nation.
The first day of state CAASPP testing for middle school students will begin on Monday, May 14 and runs through Friday, May 25. Students will test in their ELA and math classes. Please help ensure students are ready for their exams by making sure they get a good night’s sleep, eat a good breakfast, and arrive on time to school each day. These tests are important; scores will be used to help place students in their classes for the following school year. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s homebase teacher.
Thank you to the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition for hosting a bike skills drill for our OCS middle school students. In addition to riding tips and safety information for all participants, 15 students were nominated by their teachers to receive new bikes and helmets.