CAHSEE Intensive Options
All 10th , 11th and 12th grade
CAHSEE Intensive students
All 10th , 11th and 12th grade Intensive students, (those with internet access and those without) must be enrolled in eKnowledge via GEA courses in the fall. All students will then receive the Early Level Measuring Up Student Workbook and either eKnowledge online access or hard-copy Diagnostic Tests. By ordering in bulk, we are saving money, and ES will not have to order individual student textbooks.
In the fall all CAHSEE Intensive students must take the
Diagnostic Placement Test (DPT) according to the Paperwork Timetable. If
a student scores proficient on this test, they will not have
to enroll in an approved CAHSEE Intensive class or tutor, and they are not
required to complete any further DPT assessments. Students who do not take the
Diagnostic Tests, or who do not score proficient, will have to enroll in an
approved CAHSEE Intensive class or tutoring (see below). Attendance will be
tracked and monitored during the corresponding semester.
Attendance tracking will take place during the fall semester for 10th grade students who score Below Basic and Far Below Basic on their DPT 1 Assessment, and is also mandatory for all 11th and 12th grade Intensive Students who do not score proficient on the DPT 1 Assessment. Although it is not required that 10th grade students scoring Basic enroll in a CAHSEE Intensive course or receive weekly tutoring during the fall, it is highly recommended that they use available resources to help them prepare for passing the exam. Spring attendance will be mandatory for 10th graders who do not pass the DPT2 with proficiency and 11th and 12th graders who do not take or pass the November CAHSEE.
See CAHSEE Intensive Plan for more information on Requirements of CAHSEE Intensive, and Policies and Procedures.
Be sure 10th grade
letter has been signed by student, parent, and ES
CAHSEE Letter for 10th Graders (if applicable)
See the CAHSEE Intensive Task Timeline