Q: I am a senior this year. How many hours do I need?
A: If you've been enrolled at CGUHSD since freshman year, you'll need 200 hours by April 16 (the deadline is this date so the student may be recognized at the Senior Awards Ceremony and in the Graduation Program).
Q: I'm a sophomore/junior at CGUHSD and have attended CGUHSD since my freshman year. How many hours do I need to meet the Superintendent's Challenge by my senior year?
A: 200 hours
Q: I'm a junior and I just started attending CGUHSD this year. How many hours do I need to meet the Superintendent's Challenge?
A: 100 hours (new students need 50 hours per year from the enrollment date)
Q: I'm an incoming freshman. When do I start accruing hours for the Superintendent's Challenge and how many hours will I need by April 16 of my senior year?
A: You may begin accruing hours on June 1 of your freshman year and need 200 hours by April 16 of your senior year.
Q: What paperwork do I need?
A: You'll need to fill out an application (one time) and community service logs (as needed). All paperwork is on the Superintendent's Challenge web page.
Q: Who is my advisor?
A: An advisor is any adult (teacher, principal, counselor, coach) at your school.
Q: Can I start accruing hours without my advisor?
A: Yes. Please find your advisor as soon as school starts so they can sign off on your application and community service log.
Q: What are the submission deadlines and who do I turn my paperwork in to?
A: Deadlines are noted on the application and the community service logs. After your advisor signs off on your application and/or community service logs, please send them to Mary Rosenbam ([email protected]
) in the District Office.