• When is graduation?

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    Graduation is on June 1, 2022.

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  • Where is graduation?

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    REACH graduation ceremony will be held at:

    Valley High School Sports Complex

    1801 S. Greenville St, Santa Ana, CA 92704

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  • What time does the graduation ceremony start?

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    The graduation ceremony starts at 7:00 PM.

    ALL graduates must be at Valley High School by 4:30 PM to prepare for graduation.

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  • Do we have practice or rehearsal for graduation?

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    Yes, we have graduation practice on June 1, 2022 at Valley High School.

    Rehearsal will be from 8:00 AM to 10:00AM. 

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  • Will there transportation to practice or rehearsal?

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    Yes, there will be a bus taking all CURRENT students to Valley High School for graduation practice.

    Only students who are currently still enrolled with REACH Academy will be allowed to take the bus to Valley High School. 

    Students who have already graduated (finished between July 2021-March 2022) will need to meet at Valley High School. 

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  • Do I need graduation tickets for my family and/or friends?

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    Yes, all people attending the ceremony will need a graduation ticket (excluding the graduates themselves).

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  • How do I get my cap and gown?

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    Cap and gowns will be distributed on June 1, 2022 AFTER graduation practice. 

    Students are not required to pay for their cap and gown.

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  • How do I get my graduation tickets?

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    All REACH graduates will receive 6-10 graduation tickets AFTER graduation practice.

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Principal's Message

  • Chad Greendale

    Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year. 
     
    My name is Chad Greendale, Blessed Principal of REACH Academy, and I would like to introduce myself.
     
    I am honored to be working at REACH Academy.  I have nearly 19 years’ experience working as an Educational Professional.  During that time, I have worked as an Coach, Site Director, Teacher, Dean, Vice Principal, and Principal: working with at-risk youth, grades 6th through 12th. 

    It has truly been my calling to work in education.  Every day I have an unyielding, unapologetic approach for student success.  I truly believe working with at-risk is not only shaping communities but SAVING lives.  My approach in working with at-risk students is trauma informed, student centered, and one that creates a second chance at success.  The learning community (staff, students and parents) does this by having caring relationships, providing an alternative method of teaching, learning, intervention and prevention, safe and healthy environments, and collaborative partners.  By having those key ingredients, we all meet the unique educational, social, physical, and emotional needs of these diverse students we serve.     

    I am beyond honored and excited for the 2021-2022 School year.  It is going to be a great year with many new opportunities for student success.

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