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RUHS R U READY?

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Shannon Rodriguez
College & Career Advisor
Competitive Dance Team & Varsity Sport
Competes with the Sea Hawk Marching Band & in Indoor Dance Competitions
Participates in School Functions
5 Experienced Counselors
College & Career Advisor
Social/Emotional Counseling
4-year Academic Planning
College Admissions Information
Graduation Requirements
Scholarships
DRAMA
Naviance
College Admissions Counselor Presentations
Orientations by Grade Level:
College Readiness and Course Selection (A-G Requirements)
College Application Requirements + Testing (SAT/SAT II/ACT)
Career/Education Relationship
Transcript Review
Summer Enrichment Programs + Community Service
Career Technical Education (SoCal ROC/Community College)
Workshops
Parent Information Nights
College Fair
Student & Parent Night
Class of 2018
Redondo Union High School
R U READY?
R U Ready?
STAYING
INFORMED

ACADEMICS
ACADEMIC
PROGRAMS

ATHLETICS
MEASURE
C & Q

CLUBS
AND
ORGANIZATIONS

ATHLETIC
DIRECTOR
The students, families, staff and community of Redondo Union High School will create a safe educational environment that supports the needs and co-curricular interests of a diverse population of students in meeting high academic expectations and post-secondary goals.
MISSION STATEMENT
109 Years of Sea Hawk Pride
56 Acres
Semester System
Block Scheduling
Enrollment of 2,450 Students
Diverse Student Body
AP Honor Roll Award Last 2 Years
FACT SHEET
REDONDO UNION HIGH SCHOOL
ETHNIC DIVERSITY
2013-2014
SCHOOL
COUNSELORS

EXCELLENCE IN COUNSELING & GUIDANCE
AVID
Focus on Leadership, Discipline and Responsibility

Nationally Recognized as a Naval Honor School for the Past Three Consecutive Years

Community Service

No Direct Correlation with Military Enlistment
(Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps)
Unarmed Exhibition
Armed Exhibition
Chaparral Drill Competition 2012
Unarmed Drill Team
Armed Drill Team
Color Guard
MCJROTC Platoons and Extracurricular Activities
Drill
Exhibition
Color Guard
Marksmanship Training Unit
Thank You Redondo Beach Residents
$98+ Million
On-going Construction
MEASURE C & Q UPDATES FOR RUHS
2014 CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Student Union (Cafeteria)
Library Remodel
New Computer Lab
Modernized Science Building, Classrooms & Labs
Modernized Industrial Arts/CTE Classrooms
MCJROTC & Robotics Centers
2013 CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
https://ic.rbusd.org/campus/portal/redondo.jsp
INFINITE CAMPUS PARENT PORTAL
WEBSITE
BULLETIN
SCHOOL NEWSLETTER
IMPORTANT FUTURE DATES
Freshman Orientation
Summer 2014
Can I Get a Sea Hawk?
SEA HAWK!

Can I get an Oh Yeah?
OH YEAH!

Can I get uh-huh?
UH-HUH!

Oh Yeah?
OH YEAH!

R-R-U-H-S?
R-R-U-H-S
Go Sea Hawks!
Upstairs in the Student Services Building
7:30 a.m. - ? Snack/Lunch
THE NEST
A-G & COLLEGE READY REQUIREMENTS
2013-2014 Courses:
AP Computer Science
French 4/ AP French
Human Body Systems
College & Creative Writing
Speech & Argument (11)
Constantly Assessing Student Needs
NEW COURSES
API
7 Year
API Growth
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
Consistent Academic Growth
High Expectations for All Students
Rigorous Standards-Based Curriculum
A-G Approved Courses
EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMICS
18 ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES
RUHS ADVANCED PLACEMENT PARTICIPATION
Meet Needs of All Students
Math and Chemistry Tutoring
English Language Services
Special Needs Program
SUPPORT FOR ALL
engineering
biomedicine
environment
STEM
Pathways for all students
Requirements:
1. Successfully Completes 3 or 4 Pathway Courses with a Grade of B or Higher
2. Successfully Completes all “A-G” Requirements
3. Has an Overall 2.5 (A-G) GPA and Satisfactory Conduct
4. Successfully Completes a Senior Capstone Project
STEM
1.3 Million Engineering & Technology Jobs are Open in the U.S. without trained people to fill them

We will need 15 Million Engineers and Tech Workers by 2020

Since 1988, the Number of Engineering and Technology Graduates has Decreased by ~20%

By 2014, Over 3.6 Million New Healthcare Jobs will be Created
STEM
VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS (VAPA)
www.scroc.com
School of Art & Design:
3D Digital Animation
Fashion Design

School of Design & Engineering:
Aerospace Engineering
Plumbing

School of Finance & Business:
Banking & Financial Services
Computer Accounting

School of Health Sciences:
Emergency Medical/ First Responder
Kinesiology/ Sports Medicine

School of Public & Consumer Services:
Cosmetology Modules
Hotel/Restaurant Occupations
Benefits of SCROC Classes:
Many Courses Meet A-G Requirements
Provides a Strong Foundation for Post-Secondary Goals
Gives Students Experiences in Their Chosen Career Pathway
Courses are Free
SCROC
Extracurricular Participation is Crucial!
Student Council Leaders Making a Difference on Campus
Manages ASB Budget
Students Hold Positions & All Grade Levels Participate
Runs & Advertises Campus Events like Powder Puff, Homecoming Parade, Rallies, Spirit Weeks & Prom
Spirited & Motivated
ASB

40-50 Campus Clubs & Organizations
Two Sign-Up Days
Clubs Meet Regularly
Members Commit to Community Service & Fundraising
Students Can Start New Clubs
ASB CLUB SIGN-UP DAY
Juniors and Seniors Helping
Freshmen Positively Transition into High School
LINK CREW
Freshman Orientation
Student-Led Campus Tours!
Small Groups - Leaders Share Insight & Experiences
LINK CREW
Full Class Rally to Pump Freshman Up!
A Time to Re-Connect
LINK CREW
Link Leader & Frosh Lunches Throughout the Year
Selected Based Upon:

Strong Position & Influence in their Peer Group
Good Communication Skills
History of Standing Up for Friends
Bystander Education Program
Empowers Students to Prevent & Stop Bullying/Harassment of Peers
Improves School Climate
Training:
Motivation & Skills to Resolve Conflicts
Support Isolated & Excluded Students
Seek Help when Needed
SAFE SCHOOL AMBASSADORS
THE PILOT
Competitive Academic Club
Placed 2nd in LA County
Placed #11 in California & #22 in the United States
Competes in 2 Marching Band Circuits
Highly Ranked in Jazz Band & Concert Band Festivals
Winter Line Competes in Indoor Drumline Competitions
BAND
DANCE GUARD
B-Boy:
Participates in School Functions
Learns B-Boy & Breaking Tricks
Hip Hop:
Participates in School Functions
Learns Hip Hop Routines & History
Salsa:
Participates in School Functions
Competes at Sabor de Latino
Performs at UCLA, USC & Charity Events
DANCE CLUBS
Participates in School & Sporting Events
Attends Community Events
Competitions
1st Place in Division... Nationals in Vegas
CHEER
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
American Red Cross
Amnesty International
Anime & Manga Club
Artists' Den
Aspiring Author’s Club
Bboy Club
Best Buddies
Blue Zones Project
Brony Club
Chemistry Tutoring
Chess Club
China Care Club
Chinese Club
Club F.I.T.
Code Club
Drama Club
Dress from the Heart
Ecology Club
Econ Challenge
Electronics Club
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Flock
Food Club
FPS Xbox
Freedom 4U Expression Club
Friendship Circle Clun
French Club
Freshman Class Council
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
Girl Up
Geometry/ Alegbra 1 & 2 Tutoring
Global Solidarity Club
Grades of Green
Grapefruit Collective
Helping Hands
History Bowl
Hockey Club
Interact
Improv Club
Jimmy Miller Memorial
8th Grade AAA Night:
May 7th

Sea Hawk Talk:
March 12th
Freshman Orientation:
Summer 2014
WORDS OF WISDOM
English Language
English Literature
European History
US History
Government
Macroeconomics
Psychology
Spanish Language
Spanish Literature
Chinese Language & Culture
Computer Science
*Offered Based on Enrollment
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Environmental Science
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Statistics
Studio Art
Art History
ACADEMIC DECATHLON

(College & Career Center)
Partners with the School Counselors
Provides Information about College and Other “After-High School” Opportunities
The Redondo S.T.E.M. Initiative is an educational program designed to bring classes that will help bridge students from the classroom to their prospective future careers.
Band Classes Offered:
Marching Band
Concert Band
Sea Hawk Band
Jazz Band
Percussion Ensemble
Wind Ensemble
Andy Saltsman
Lindsey Corcoran
Dedicated
Caring
Collaborative
Common Assessments
“GO THE EXTRA MILE!”
HIGH TIDE
(U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2006) (Project Lead the Way)
LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
ATHLETIC FACILITIES
Track & Field
Athletic Fields Including Golf Cage
Aquatics Center
Softball Field
Weight Room
Small & Large Gyms
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
(Science Technology Engineering Mathematics)
(Achievement Via Individual Determination)
MCJROTC
(Southern California Regional Occupational Center)
(Associated Student Body)
All Students can Audition for the Fall Play and Spring Musical
Students can Participate in Production Crews: Lighting, Set Design/Building, Costumes, Makeup, Sound and Ushering
Beginning and Advanced Drama Classes Students Learn the Technique and Art of Acting
Attend Monthly Drama Club Events Coordinated by the Drama Board
Student Run Staff: Editors, Writers & Photographers
Newspaper Published Biweekly- Covers Important News in School & Community
Yearbook Published Annually- Covers Sports, Clubs, Student Profiles & More!
SCHOOL COUNSELORS

Among the Best Publications in the United States Since 2003
Newspaper - Crown/Pacemaker Awards from Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) Since 1996
Yearbook - Crown/Pacemaker Awards from National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) Since 2003 & All American Honors Since 1991
NEWSPAPER & YEARBOOK
(Yearbook)
(Newspaper)
2013 CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Spanish Club
Sports Psychology Club
Sophomore Class Council
Team to Inspire
The You in Be(you)ty
The Modern Movement
The Young Vinyl Lovers
Touhou Mahjong Club
TEDed Pilot Club
Robotics Club
Young Life
Young Republicans
Ultimate Frisbee Club
Junior Class Council
Key Club
Korean Culture Club
Make-A-Wish
Marine Biology
Model United Nations
New Channels
Note Worthy
Ohana O’ Kekai
Paige's Promise
People to People International
Political (you)th
Polynesian Club
Programming Club
Prom Committee
Relay for Life
Sabor de Salsa
Science Olympiad
Semper Comites
Senior Class Council
SEE YOU IN THE FALL!
www.redondounion.org
COURSE OFFERINGS
See Website for Course Offerings
ATHLETIC MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to provide a rigorous athletic program, which complements and supports a challenging academic program, by teaching students to persevere, work well with others, and test themselves.
Pride – Tradition – Integrity
ATHLETIC CORE VALUES
The Experience
Policies and Rules
Compete/Win with Integrity
Represent in a Positive Fashion
REDONDO COACHES/STAFF
Experienced Professional/Certificated/CIF
17 Head Coaches
10 Assistant Coaches
Value Student-Athletes
Pursue Victory with Honor
STUDENT ATHLETES & ACHIEVEMENTS
Excel Socially, Athletically and Academically
25 sports – 65 Teams Compete in 3 Seasons
1120 Athletes Competing Yearly
ACHIEVEMENTS:
CIF-SS Player of the Year
All CIF-SS Honorees
All Bay League Athletes
Bay League MVP’s
CIF-SS Female Scholar Athlete of the Year
May 7, 2014 in the RUHS Auditorium
www.redondounion.org
Middle School Registration:
Adams Middle School- March 24th
Parras Middle School- March 18th
Hermosa Valley - March 19th
2013 CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
ACTIVITIES
DIRECTOR
Sherie Gross
CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION
COURSES OFFERED:
- Culinary Arts
- Media Arts
- Journalism/ Yearbook
- Photography
- Engineering
- Web Design
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Spanish
Chinese
French
The AVID Student Profile:
Upper basic to lower advanced CST Test Scores
2.0- 3.8 Academic GPA
College Potential with Support/ Guidance
Desire and Determination
How can AVID Help you Succeed?
Teaches Study & Organizational Skills
College Tutors
Encourages Collaboration & Rigorous Courses
College & Universities Tours
PSAT SAT Prep
Assists with College Application Process
Target students who will be 1st generation college students
8th Grade students apply and interview in March/April
Immersed in the college-going culture!
ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS
Jens Brandt
Anthony Bridi
In a College Board study, compared with students who did not participate in the arts, music students scored between 53 and 61 points higher on the verbal section of the SAT. They also had higher scores on the math section, ranging from a 39 to 42 point increase.
VAPA makes the Difference
VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS (VAPA)
Dramatic Arts
Musician Pathway
Choir/Advanced Choir
Marching Band
Jazz Band
Wind Ensemble
Concert Band
Percussion
Music Appreciation
Music Theory
Beginning Theatre Appreciation
Drama- Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced
Musical Theatre/Play production

2014-2015 Courses:
Medical Innovations
Broadcasting
Film Theory & Criticism (12th grade)
Freshman Orientation for Class of 2018!
Friday, August 22nd 8:00am Big Gym
9th Grade:
Denise Holmes (A-K)
Arond Schonberg (L-Z)
10th Grade:
Kelley Goo
11th Grade:
Leticia O'Brien
12th Grade:

Tiffany Straight
Jenelle Tanaka
EL Academic Advisor
PRINCIPAL
Dr. Nicole Wesley
TRIPLE A NIGHT
Athletics- Activities- Academics
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