Teacher Synergy Login
How to Enroll?
How To Enroll?
Maps & Directions
Diploma Program Calendar
Transition Program Calendar
ABRAXAS Student Calendar
Credit Due Dates
Parent Resources -Transition
Site Report - SARC
Site Report - SPSA
hy am I here?
You chose to be here, 95% of Abraxas students chose to attend here
Almost all of the students are behind in credits
Poor attendance at previous school
Circumstances in someone's life has caused school to be a lower priority at the moment.
ow is Abraxas High School different from Poway's Comprehensive High Schools?
Small student population (approximately 200 in the diploma program and 70 in the transition program)
Small class sizes (typically 18-20 students)
Shortened daily schedule
Homeroom teachers develop a close personal connection with their students and serve as educational advocates
Homeroom teachers manage their students academic experience
Time required to complete courses can be extended or reduced, depending upon individual circumstances
Exceptional academic and social intervention
An outstanding time-day orientation program that helps to ensure student success
Block scheduling and a quarter system
Typically, only essential academic and extracurricular options are available
ow is Abraxas High School the Same as Poway's Comprehensive Schools?
Teachers are qualified in their subject areas
The same, challenging, standards-aligned curriculum is offered
There is an expectation that all students will meet or exceed the challenging PUSD academic standards
Academic credit is awarded only after students demonstrate high school-level mastery of course content
hat are the academic expectations?
Three resource classes per quarter
45 day quarter - 5 credits per class
One credit every 9 days
We expect you to be engaged, responsible for your education and respectful to all around you
hat are the behavioral expectations?
Zero Tolerance (Drugs, Threats, Violence, etc.)
Follow school dress-code
Cell phones not allowed during class hours