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Redlands East Valley High School. Class Of 2017. Home of the Wildcats. Student enrollment. Approximately 180 staff members. MIDDLE SCHOOL REGISTRATION DATES. Open Enrollment for students who are not currently enrolled in an RUSD school begins April 29, 2013. What happens next?.

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redlands east valley high school
Redlands East Valley High School




Home of the Wildcats

student enrollment
Student enrollment

Approximately 180 staff members

middle school registration dates

Open Enrollment for students who are not currently enrolled in an RUSD school begins April 29, 2013.

what happens next
What happens next?
  • Counselors will register students starting next week.
  • They will return to the middle schools in May to hand out course selections to students.
  • Summer mailer (middle of July)-Go through it in detail!
  • Freshman Orientation on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 8:00AM – 1:00PM
  • August 14th—1st Day of School
2013 2014 counselor assignments
2013-2014 Counselor AssignmentS

Alpha BreakdownCounselor

A – DiMr. Joe Gianni

Dj – JMrs. LaRee Orland

K – OMrs. Shana Delmonico

P-Rn/AVIDMrs. Barbara Krause

Ro-ZDr. Tom Slick

redlands east valley graduation requirements
Redlands East Valley Graduation Requirements

4 years of English

2 years of Math (Alg. 1 or equivalent)

3 years of Social Studies

2 years of Science (1 yr. Life, 1 yr. Physical)

2 years of P.E.

1 year Fine Arts or Foreign Language

1 semester of Health

1 semester of Physical Geography (Freshman Requirement)

80 Elective Credits

225 credits are required for graduation.

Students earn approximately 60 credits each year.

The minimum requirements for graduation include: 

All students are required to pass the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)

curriculum freshman classes
Curriculum-Freshman Classes

English 9

English 9H (Honors) *

Physical Geography

AP Human Geography *



Algebra A/Algebra B

Algebra I

Geometry 9

Geometry 9H (Honors)*

Foreign Language (Spanish/French)


General Electives

Review Classes

*Requires Specific Pre-Requisite

sample 9 th grade schedules
  • Sample #1
  • 1. English 9-H
  • 2. Geometry 9-H
  • 3. PE
  • 4. Physical Geography/Health
  • Biology
  • Foreign Language

Sample #2

1. English 9

2. Geometry 9

3. PE

4. Physical Geography/Health

5. Biology

6. Foreign Language or Fine Arts

  • Sample #3
  • 1. English 9
  • 2. Algebra B-9, Algebra I-9
  • 3. PE
  • 4. Physical Geography/Health
  • Biology
  • Elective
telepresence courses
Telepresence Courses

This is a course that is taught by an instructor over a Telepresence system. It is an interactive, live class that students must attend on campus at the scheduled time. In a Telepresence classroom, students will engage in discussion, group work, class work, and tests just as they would in a regular classroom. Student should have computer experience and be comfortable with technology. Outside assignments requiring technology can be met at school, at public libraries, or at home.

how to be successful in high school

How to be Successful in High School

Redlands East Valley High School

And how to help your student along the way…

be involved
Be involved!
  • Help/encourage with homework
  • Access REV website regularly
  • Website has information about bulletins, sports, clubs, activities, teacher web pages, and more
encourage good attendance and citizenship
Encourage good attendance and citizenship
  • Attendance is crucial for success!

Poor attendance = poor grades = lost opportunities

  • High school requires a higher level of maturity
  • Seek help/advice if problems arise
contact someone when there is a problem
Contact someone when there is a problem…
  • Teachers-Classroom issues and questions
  • Counselors-Scheduling/grades/class concerns
  • Administrators-Discipline/attendance/teacher concerns
  • Our doors are always open to students and parents
  • If your student tells you something of concern,

report it. Confidentiality will be ensured.

aeries abi parent portal
aeries abi / parent portal

ABI will give you access to attendance, grade books, transcripts, student info, and teacher e-mails

rusd summer school

Free summer school program for students who need to retake Algebra I or review courses.

See the middle school counselors for registration information.

Redlands East Valley High School

7:30 AM – 12:10 PM

First semester 6/13 – 6/27/2013

Second Semester 7/1 – 7/18/2013 No School July 4th & 5th

Fee based summer school program for students who want to take a class to get ahead.

Online Registration begins March 1st

aaa academy high school summer school
AAA Academy High School SummerSchool
  • Tuition based $220 per semester
  • Meet RUSD graduation requirements and UC entrance requirements
  • Catalog, forms, and registration online
  • Scholarships available

Course offerings for incoming Freshmen

  • Health – 1st and 2nd semester
  • Geography – 1st and 2nd semester
  • Art CP – Two semester class

Redlands East Valley High School

7:30 AM – 12:10 PM

First semester 6/12 – 6/28/2013

Second Semester 7/1 – 7/19/2013 No School July 4th & 5th

Fall Sports
  • Boys Cross Country (V, JV)-Andrea Johnson
  • Girls Cross Country (V, JV)-Andrea Johnson
  • Football (V, JV, Fr)-Kurt Bruich
  • Girls Tennis (V, JV)-Ken Whitmer
  • Girls Volleyball
    • (V, JV, Fr)-Eli Cuenca
  • Boys Waterpolo
    • (V, JV)-Ryan Williams
  • Girls Golf (V)-Sam Patalano
Winter Sports
  • Boys Basketball (V, JV, Fr)-Bill Berich
  • Girls Basketball (V, JV, Fr)-Rob Tompkins
  • Boys Soccer (V, JV, Fr)-Ted Small
  • Girls Soccer (V, JV, Fr)-Jeff Wray
  • Girls Waterpolo (V, JV)-Troy Delmonico
  • Wrestling (V, JV)-Ben Chavez
Spring Sports
  • Boys Baseball (V, JV, Fr)-James Cordes
  • Badminton (V, JV)-Scott Washburn
  • Boys Golf (V)-Sam Patalano
  • Girls Softball (V, JV, Fr)-Debbie Garcia
  • Swimming (V, JV)-Troy Delmonico
  • Boys Tennis (V, JV)-Ken Whitmer
  • Boys Track and Field
    • (V,JV)-Andrea Johnson
  • Girls Track and Field
    • (V, JV)-Andrea Johnson
  • Boys Volleyball
    • (V, JV)-Chad Blatchley
Clearance Information
  • Complete the Sports Packet available on-line from REV’s website and should be returned to Mrs. Young, Athletic Secretary, 389-2500, Extension 32109.
  • Sports Packets are available for 2013-2014 on REV’s website:
  • The Physical Exam is mandatory prior to try-out. Physical exams are good for one year.
  • The completed packet and residential/academic eligibility must be determined prior to try-outs (2.0 GPA required—at least four semester classes).
  • The player presents the Consent to Treat and Clearance Card to the coach prior to beginning the try-out process.

View REV’s sports schedules with MapQuest directions to venues.

Save time and phone calls

  • * ASB
  • * Band
  • * Choir
  • * Newspaper
  • * Speech and Debate
  • * Theater
  • * Yearbook