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  • The Spring Testing Calendar is available here.
  • The last day for students to change the courses they have chosen for next year will be Friday, April 25th.  Beginning on Monday, April 28th, only course corrections will be made. It is important that families and their students review their course selections for next year and communicate any desired changes with their Guidance Advisors, Ms. Aguiniga (A-L) and Ms. Lambert (M-Z), prior to this date.


Do you want to make a difference in the lives of Freshmen and make Prospect a more safe, inclusive school while having a lot of FUN?  Come to the LINK Crew info meeting on Wednesday, April 23rd during lunch in room 30A to find out more! (O’Holleran).  Link Leader Applications can be found in Student Services, Main Office and the Library.  Applications are DUE Friday, April 25th
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Prospect’s 2014 Prom  -  “A Walk Through Wonderland"  includes dinner and dancing at the beautiful Dolce Hayes Mansion on Saturday, April 26th.
Junior and Senior boys: Be sure to rent your formalwear for the prom from Selix in Campbell.  They have great deals and will give $10 to Prospect's Grad Night for each tux rental.  Be sure to let them know you are from Prospect High School.  They are super nice and located on Campbell Avenue just across the street from the Pruneyard. 

Attention AP students: Pre-registration for AP exams will occur in the Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, April 29th during Study Hall. You will be getting passes and will be released from classes 5 minutes early. Please arrive at the PAC on time. Pre-registration takes about 40 minutes, so it is important that you arrive on time. Keep the pass with you as proof of your AP participation. If you have any questions regarding the AP exams, please contact Mr. Rose.

Announcing CUHSD Public LCAP Forums - May 6 or May 7
California’s 2013-14 Budget Act included landmark legislation that significantly changed how funding is allocated to public schools.  The changes in the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) represent a major shift in the funding of school districts across the State of California.

Along with the local control comes a new accountability structure.  The LCFF requires each district to develop a Local Accountability and Control Plan (LCAP) in consultation with the community.

CUHSD’s Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Parent Forum is open to anyone in the community interested in learning about State and District educational resources, goals and priorities. 

The Forum will focus on:

  • The State’s eight educational priorities
  • District Goals
  • Stakeholder Input

Two locations and dates are offered for your convenience:

Date:                  Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Time:                 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Location:            Del Mar High School Cafeteria

                           1224 Del Mar Avenue

                           San Jose, CA    95128


Date:                  Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Time:                 6:30 – 8:00 PM

Location:            Prospect High School Library

                           18900 Prospect Road

                           Saratoga, CA  95070

Homework Center
is open in the library from 3-4:30 pm every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Sign in any time after school and use library computers, printer, books. A teacher is available to help you, too. It’s a good place to study quietly or in a group, write a paper, print a project.  Choose success in the homework center!  

Senior Information

Do you like taking photos of the things going on in the Prospect community?  Is your camera attached to you 24/7 to capture all those special moments?  Why not share your love of photography with the yearbook class? eShare is a great service from our yearbook publisher, Herff Jones, that allows students, parents, and greater the community to submit photos for potential use in the yearbook. So what do you do next?  Parents and students can go to www.hjeshare.com  and enter the school code ProspectYrbk2014. Also check out the eShare iPhone and Android apps in the app stores.  These are a quick and easy way to contribute photos from your mobile phone. Please note: The yearbook class has final approval on all photos. 
Senior Parents: Don’t miss your opportunity to buy Grad Night tickets for $95.00.  Pay in full or make  payments now to keep this price.  After February 2014, the price may increase. Send cash or check to the main office. Make sure to put “Prospect Grad Night” on the envelope and student’s name, parent’s name, e-mail address and phone number. A receipt will be emailed to confirm ticket purchase.  If you don't have email, please provide an address where the receipt should be sent.  If you have any questions, please email rsblack@pacbell.net
Junior Parents, your chance to offer a Safe and Sober Graduation to the Class of 2015 is here.  You need to get together to support, raise money, and keep your soon to be seniors safe as they graduate and move on to their bright futures and Grad Night 2014 wants to help you get started.  A parent from the class of 2015 needs to step up and be the contact. Please contact Sandy Black. For more detailed information, read the Grad Night Letter to Junior Parents.
PHS Welcomes Volunteers! Let us know what you'd like to do.  No matter what your skills are, or the time you have available, we can find a spot for you.  If you're interested, please contact the PTSA Volunteer Coordinator: Liesbeth Visscher.


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