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Anderson Union High School District is gathering input and perspectives from a wide array of educational partners to inform the development of the AUHSD Local Control and Accountability Plan. The goal of the survey is to provide feedback to school and district staff, families, and communities about the district’s plan for supporting positive student outcomes through the LCAP. The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a central component of California's school funding and accountability system, known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The LCFF was enacted in 2013 with the aim of providing more equitable and flexible funding to school districts and charter schools, while also increasing local decision-making and accountability. The LCAP is a three-year plan that outlines the goals, actions, and expenditures a school district or charter school will undertake to support student achievement and overall school improvement. The LCAP must address eight state priorities, which include student achievement, student engagement, school climate, and basic services, among others. School districts are required to gather input from stakeholders, including parents, teachers, and community members, to inform the development of the LCAP. We welcome your participation in and sharing of this survey for completion by March 1, 2024.

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trade certs



Students could earn the following trade certificates and/or degrees while earning their high school diploma:

Trade Certifcates 

  • Administration of Justice
  • Auto Mechanics
  • A+ Certification 
  • Careers with Children
  • CISCO  Networking
  • Cosmetology/Barbering
  • Culinary Arts/Hospitality
  • Fire Fighting
  • Industrial Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical Assisting Pathway
  • Welding Technology 

Associate's Degrees

  • Social Sciences: University Studies 
  • Humanities: University Studies 
  • Language Arts: University Studies 
  • World Languages: University Studies 
  • History: AA-T for Guaranteed Transfer 

Undergraduate Prep

  • Apply to a 4-year university with up to 60 transferable units
  • Reduce college debt and save time
  • Will still qualify for 2 years free at Shasta College post HS graduation

*Pathway designed for students pursuing degrees such as STEM, Business, International Relations, Nursing, Psychology, etc.  


What is an Early College High School?

Through the Early College program, students at participating high schools have the opportunity to earn up to 60 college credits toward an associate degree or a certificate while earning their high school diploma. Course offerings begin in the 9th grade.

Why is early college model successful? 

Early colleges make college success a reality for students that have traditionally been underrepresented in post-secondary education. By working in close partnership, school districts and institutions of higher education are able to serve students in a more personalized and efficient manner that leads to higher levels of student success. 

Who can participate?

West Valley Early College High School provides opportunities for all students to successfully obtain college credits. Our early college model is designed to support student interest in college and careers and to individualized learning. Students do not have to be a straight A student, they just need to be dedicated and committed to earning college credits while earning a high school diploma.

Will every West Valley Early College High School student receive college credit?

West Valley provides opportunities for all students to successfully attain college credits through dual enrolled courses as well as CTE pathways. Students can choose as many of our dual enrolled courses as they would like. Knowledgeable counselors are on staff to assist them with choosing these courses based on individualized pathways. 

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West Valley High School

Phone: (530) 347-7171

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