A-G Program - a rigorous academic program that meets University of California entrance requirements.
Advanced Placement - rigorous academic classes for eleventh and twelfth grade students that prepare students to pass an examination that could allow them to skip college freshman courses in the particular area that was passed. Courses include: English, Composition, Spanish, Art, Biology, Physics, U.S. History, Psychology, Economics, Government, Calculus, and Statistics.
Golden State Examination Program - rigorous state examinations in Algebra, Biology, Chemistry, Government, U.S. History, and Economics that provide eleventh and twelfth grade students with an opportunity to receive a California State emblem on their diplomas acknowledging their passing test score.
College Placement Exams (ACT, SAT) - rigorous examinations that are required for admission to four-year colleges and universities. Scores are combined with GPA"s to meet entrance requirements.
GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) - differentiated programs that provides specialized tutoring and other activities to ensure that target students are prepared to enter college.
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) - a program that provides specialized tutoring and other activities to ensure that target students are prepared to enter college.
Athletic Programs - including football, basketball, cross country, volleyball, soccer, wrestling, track, baseball, swimming, and water polo.
ISP/Home Education Program - independent study program that focuses on teacher/student/parent/cooperation to assist students with work done at home. Meets 7-12 graduation/promotion requirements.
Opportunity - individualized, three or more hours per day, programs that service expelled students grades 7-12 (Inland Community Outreach); credit deficient students in grades 9-12 (Back on Track); and, 7-8th grade students who are experiencing difficulty in the mainstream program (Crossroads).
Partnership Program - provides specialized tutoring and other activities to ensure that target students are prepared to enter college.
PL=US (Positive Learning=Ultimate Success) - self contained 11th grade continuation school program.
Special Education Program - for learning disabled students that provides individualized instruction according to identified needs. An individualized education plan is prepared for each student.
Tutoring - University of California, Riverside and other tutors are available at specified times to assist students who need help.
Inland Area Recovery - on site support group and intervention program for students 7-12. Support groups are available during and after school and are available for parents.
Conflict Management - employees, parents, community members, and students have a forum for open discussion on campus concerns. Conflict managers are trained and available to assist students and staff in conflict resolution.
High School Articulation - High school courses taken by high school students during traditional school day, courses are aligned with community college courses in the same discipline ,courses are taught by the high school faculty, courses are offered on the high school campus, serves high school students only.
Dual Enrollment - College courses taken by high school students, courses typically offered on the high school campus during traditional school day, courses are typically taught by high school faculty who meet community college minimum qualifications, these courses serve high school students.
Concurrent Enrollment - College courses taken by high school students outside of the traditional school day, courses are typically offered on community college campus, courses are taught by community college faculty, they are open to the public.