Mission: Developing higher educational standards for all students.
Vision: DeQuincy High School, in partnership with all stakeholders and the community, will strive to produce a well-rounded, four year graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter college and/or the workforce.
The virtual program at the high school level will be conducted in a hybrid instructional model. Students will participate in their core subjects and a general elective credit with CPSB CCR teachers in a live, synchronous platform. Other courses such as electives, will be conducted in CPSB’s new online asynchronous platform, Edgenuity.
Students enrolling in CCR in these grades will be required to remain enrolled in the program for the entire first semester. To be accepted into the CCR program at the high school level, students must have official medical recommendation or proof of extenuating circumstances that will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Grades, attendance, and behavior will be factors in approval.
If a student enrolled in the CCR program is failing any course, he/she may be required to return to a face-to-face instructional setting.
Current CPSB Students: To complete an application for a student currently enrolled in CPSB, click here.
Out of District Students: To complete an application for a student not currently enrolled in CPSB, click here.
The deadline for all applications is May 31. Details regarding meal arrangements and other topics will be determined based on enrollment and communicated with families following acceptance into the program.
This page details information about spring testing.
This page gives information about senior graduation requirements and deadlines for meeting them.
This page explains how to check your student email account.
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9:00 AM Sr. Class Meeting
6:00 PM Band Spring Concert
7:15 PM Choir Spring Concert
8:00 AM AP English
1:30 PM Jr. Ring Ceremony
6:00 PM Senior Grad Award Night
7:00 PM Graduation