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General


School-wide Learner Outcomes and District Goals  |  SARB  |  CAASPP  |  Library Hours  |  Important Documents  |  School Accountability Report Cards

School-wide Learner Outcomes and District GoalsGo To Top of Page

BHS Students will:
 
Be Able To:
  1. Read, write, listen, and communicate effectively.
  2. Apply critical thinking skills to problem solve.
  3. Utilize technical skills.
Have:
  1. Progressed toward mastering the California Common Core Standards.
  2. Become college and/or career ready.
Strive to:
  1. Make healthy and safe choices.
  2. Be self-directed, reflective, and productive in a global society.

SARBGo To Top of Page

Miss School, Miss Out
 
The goal of the School Attendance Review Board (SARB) is to increase student attendance in school. Throughout the school year, the deputy district attorney meets with parents, students, and school officials to address issues of truancy and excessive absences. If, after numerous contacts and mediations, a child continues to be truant, the parent(s) will be prosecuted for violations of the California Education Code and/or California State Penal Code. For more information regarding SARB, please review the 2017-2018 Banning High School Parent/Student Handbook. Please remember, Attendance Does Matter!

CAASPPGo To Top of Page

All students in grade 11 take the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress known as the CAASPP. The CAASPP is an online exam that tests a students basic skills in math and language arts. There are three parts administered to grade 11 students at Banning High School during the months of April and May. 

For more information about the CAASPP log on to: CAASPP Parent Guide 

Additional information about testing can be found at: California Testing

Library HoursGo To Top of Page

Important DocumentsGo To Top of Page

School Accountability Report CardsGo To Top of Page