|End Aug||Registration. (Students usually attend without parents by 10th grade.)|
|General notes||All sophomores are expected to take Health.
If your student is considering IB, Government and Economics will need to be taken their sophomore year. For graduation requirements, click here.
Continue to encourage your student to get involved in school activities (music, drama, clubs, athletics, student government)
|End Sep||Back to School Night (a night for parents without their student)|
|Oct||Free PSAT for all sophomores (paid for by the State of Oregon). Note: 10th grade PSAT scores do not count towards National Merit Scholarship competition.|
|Begin Nov||First quarter Report Cards sent home (these do not count towards transcript)|
|Before Thanksgiving||Parent-Teacher conferences (without your student)|
1st semester grades sent home. These count on your student’s transcript.To learn more about the CHS Grading System, click here.
|Feb||Forecasting for Junior year.|
|Begin April||Third quarter Report Cards sent home (these do not count towards transcript)|
|Late Spring||For those considering full or partial IB, make sure your student attends their first IB meetings with the IB coordinator.|
|Begin June||2nd semester Finals.|
|Mid June||2nd semester grades sent home. These count on your student’s transcript.To learn more about the CHS Grading System, click here.|