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2016-2017 PROFILE
COLONY HIGH SCHOOL - HOME OF THE TITANS
3850 E. Riverside Dr.
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 930-2929 (909) 460-5856 (fax)

Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
CEEB: 052384


Principal: Kern Oduro
Assistant Principals: Eric Danhof, Michelle Dolven, Jose Fuentes, Brian Jeffrey
Counselors:
Fidel Castaneda Special Education/AVID
Maria Glick (A-D)
Lisa Fontes-Kelly (E-L)
Mario Annecchini (M-RE)
Isabel Hernandez (RI-Z)


 

Colony High School is one of the eight comprehensive high schools in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District and is located in Ontario, approximately 45 miles east of Los Angeles in San Bernardino County. Colony opened in September 2002 and celebrated the first graduating class in 2005. The current enrollment is approximately 2,203 students in grades nine through twelve. Colony High School is accredited through WASC and in April 2013 received a 6-year accreditation with a mid-cycle progress report and 1 day visit.

Student enrollment is evenly distributed by gender with 50% of the student population male and 50% female. The composition of the current student population by ethnicity is 61% Hispanic, 16% White, 13% African-American, 9% Asian and 1% other. Of our 2,107 students, 573 are identified as GATE and Honors, 254 are identified as ELL, and 305 students are in our Special Education Program. The school serves a lower socio-economic base with approximately 54% of our students identified as qualified for free and reduced lunch.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: 230 credits
HONORS/Advanced Placement Courses

17 AP courses in: AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, AP Calculus,AP Stats,  AP U.S. History, AP U.S. Government, AP Economics, AP English Composition, AP English IV, AP Spanish Literature, AP Spanish Language, AP French, AP Studio Art, AP Studio Art: 2-D, 3-D, AP Drawing, and AP Psychology.

8 Honors courses in: IM II, IM II/III, Pre-Calculus, Biology I, Chemistry I, English I, English II, and World History.

CREDIT
Five credits are granted for completion of semester courses. Two point five credits are granted for quarter courses (ELD). Students normally are enrolled in 6 classes each semester.

GRADING:

Grade Honors/AP
A =4 5
B = 3 4
C = 2 3
D= 1 2
F= 0  


 

SAT, ACT, and AP Data

SAT Mean Scores

  #taking Math Writing Critical Reading
2009-10 222 495 473 471
2010-11 163 477 465 458
2011-12 182 469 470 465
2012-13 187 468 453 454

ACT Average Composite Scores

  #taking Average Score
2008-09 48 21.07
2009-10 88 20.23
2010-11 68 19.9
2011-12 97 21.57
2012-13 70 20.0

Advanced Placement Exams

  Total # of Test Taker Total # of Exams >=3
2008-09 171 170
2009-10 207 196
2010-11 171 186
2012-13 245 54
2013-14 266 233