Block Schedule Information
Monday - No 0 period and school begins at 9:00 AM
Tuesday - Friday - "0" Period starts at 7:06 AM
Tuesday & Thursday - Periods 1, 3, 5 - 8:20 AM Start Time
Wednesday & Friday - Periods 2, 4, 6 - 8:20 AM Start time
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NEED A WORK PERMIT?
Do you need a work permit in order to get that job you want? If so, visit the Work Experience Office in Rm 7-16. Click here for more information.
Equal Opportunity Schools
Click the image below to complete the EOS survey.
The survey will be taken by all of our students to help us learn more about the perceptions of the existing Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) programs in our school by staff and students. The survey is designed by Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) to help:
• Uncover attitudes and perceptions about college readiness and college aspirations
• Reveal causes of equity issues in our school
• Identify students who have the potential to benefit from increased academic challenge
• Gather information about current resources and supports for students and staff as well as suggestions to meet additional needs
PSAT- October 14th
Students who will be taking the test should arrive at school by 8:00 to allow for time to check where they will be reporting for the test. Students should be in their designated testing rooms by the start of school and should not report to their second period class (unless that is their testing room). Students can find out where they're testing by checking the posted lists on the following buildings.
Sophomores: 5 building
All students with zero period should report to class at 7:06.
STUDENTS SHOULD BRING...
1. Student ID number
2. Acceptable calculator (optional)
3. Email address (optional)
4. Snack during the short break.
5. No backpacks or cell phones are permitted. They should be stored in student lockers.
There is a section of the PSAT that allows students to use calculators. Below is a list of acceptable calculators. Sharing calculators is not permitted.
The Simi Valley Unified School District now offers Family Connections and Naviance to assist students in planning for college and careers. Naviance is a college and career readiness platform that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals.Click here for more information about this comprehensive guidance program:
Royal's Battle of the Decades...come dress and dance the night away to the music of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's as well as today's hits! Royal's Homecoming Dance will be Saturday, October, 17th from 7 pm to 11 pm in the MPR. Tickets are on sale NOW in the ASB office -- $15 with ASB sticker and $20 without ASB; all guests are $20. All students need a permission form which can be obtain in ASB or click HERE prior to purchasing your tickets. Students must have their parent's signature and meet minimum academic requirements -- 2.0 or better, no more than 1 “F” or 1 “U”, and no more than 5 absences in any one class -- to participate. As this is a new policy, students may attend with administrative approval. Homecoming Dance Tickets will be on sale today through Thursday, October 15th. No tickets will be sold on Friday, Oct 16 or at the door so don't wait to the last minute. Buy now.
FOOTBALL GAMES - ADMISSION PRICES
COLLEGE CAREER CENTER
SEPT. 29 1:30 VANGUARD UNIVERSITY *
SEPT. 30 10:00 CORBIN COLLEGE *
SEPT. 30 1:00 CAL STATE CHANNEL ISLANDS*
OCT. 8 2:00 OREGON STATE *
OCT. 13 11:30 UCLA*
OCT. 23 10:30 ARIZONA STATE *
* SEE MRS. PORTER IN CCC ROOM 5-10 FOR A PASS
Credit Recovery Fall Session
The Adult Education Fall Session is open and applications are being accepted from seniors and juniors who need to make up credits for graduation. Seats are limited. Students should see their counselor for an application soon. For more information, visit the Adult Ed website: http://www.simi.tec.ca.us/ac
Live Like Highlanders
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Royal High School and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library have developed a partnership in education. This unique and one-of-a-kind partnership has resulted in the Ronald Reagan ...more
Congratulations to Royal High School on our authorization to become an International Baccalaureate Diploma Program World School! We are one of only 95 schools in California authorized to offer this prestigious program.
Royal in the News
Tyler Howell to Graceland - Victory Sports Network, September 02, 2015
District welcomes students to a new year - SV Acorn, August 21, 2015
Hands on training offered to teachers - VC Star, August 10, 2015
Path to the future.- Simi Valley Acorn, July 31, 215
One Fein Day.- Simi Valley Acorn, July 31, 2015
Action! Students make movies at Reagan Library. -VC Star, July 20,2015
Hardwood fun. - Simi Valley Acorn, July 10, 2015
Royal High School grad nets a big future. - VC Star June 11, 2015
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MAIN OFFICE HOURS
7:30am - 4:00pm
ASB OFFICE HOURS
7:30am - 3:15pm
Monday closed for lunch 1:20pm-2:20PM
Tuesday - Friday closed for lunch 1:05pm-2:05pm
Congratulations and Thank you for all your hard work!
ATHLETES OF THE WEEK
Congratulations to the following Students for being Athletes of the week!!
Girls Golf - Bianka Olsen
Girls Volleyball - Zoey Dew
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!!
Services for Homeless Families
The Samaritan Center of Simi Valley provides support and assistance to individuals and families facing homelessness. These services might include meals, shelter, referrals to community resources and more. For additional information, click here.
For a list of other social service programs/resources in eastern Ventura County (medical, legal, benefits, etc.), click here.
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