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Chaffey Joint Union High School District

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    Mr. danhof

     

    Eric Danhof
     

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    Principal's Message

    Dear Titans,

    Welcome back, Colony!  Second semester is off to another great start-It’s hard to believe graduation is only 5 months away for the Class of 2020

    I am very grateful for the Colony faculty and staff, each of whom continues to work diligently to ensure that all students have opportunities to succeed.  Our commitment to providing quality academic programs remains one of our top priorities. As we begin the second semester, we also dive into the winter sports season for basketball, soccer, wrestling, and girls water polo.  As well. our performing arts groups will have winter performances on the schedule-I encourage everyone to come out and support our students in their games and performances  

    Our mission continues to be focused on all students graduating ready for college and careers.  In order for our students to be successful, it is important that all students are in school daily. We’re looking to finish the year strong, and attendance is a critical piece to student success.  Please assist us in doing everything we can to ensure students are on-time and present every day. If there is need for remediation we have after school tutoring, school on Saturdays and various credit recovery opportunities-check with your students counselor for further details.

    As always, we know our partnership with our students, parents, and community ensures our students will be successful. We appreciate your support and commitment in helping provide our students the foundation for their future goals.

    Sincerely,

     

    Mr. Mitchell
     

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    Spotlight

    Colony High School

    Colony high school earned silver in u.s. news & world report

    Colony High School is ranked #2,041 in the National Rankings and 399th in California earning a silver medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college.

    U.S. News & World Report