• e-Business Academy Expectations 

    As a student in our academy program at Century High School, you have joined a special program that provides a unique learning experience.  With that acceptance comes certain requirements for students in the program. As an academy student you no longer just represent yourself but will be representing your school and academy at opportunities outside the school environment. With that responsibility, it is important that you understand what is expected of all students in the academy program.

    Expectations

    E-1.0 All students are expected to commit to attending school daily and tardiness to class is not acceptable.

    E-2.0 All students are expected to have a good attitude and treat teachers, staff, students, and others with respect and honor and represent our school and academy in a positive way. Each student is expected to be responsible, respectful, and committed to their own and others education.

    E-3.0 Upper Classmen are expected to attend all single day trade shows and contribute the overall success of their company

    E-4.0 You will be required to wear your academy shirt, company uniform or dress for success when on academy field trips and trade shows.

    E-5.0 You will be required to fully participate in the yearly academy scholarship fund-raising program and raise $20 in donations and other community service projects.

    E-6.0 Students are expected to maintain a 2.0 (“C” average ) grade point average or better while in the academy. Those who fail to maintain a 2.0 can be held out of field trips and/or competition.

    E-7.0 Students failing classes are expected to get extra help in those classes at school tutoring opportunities.

    E-8.0 Students are to remove hoods and all personal listening devices as they enter the class. Phones are to be placed in assigned phone pockets during class

    E-9.0 No food or eating during class time. Water bottles are ok.

    E-10.0 All students are expected to commit to a minimum of “one” full school year to the academy program.

     

    Business Office Expectations (junior and senior classes)

    During company office hours employees are expected to :

    To stay on task to meet deadlines (failure to stay on task may result in disciplinary actions)

    Not to have the cell phone out for any reason.

    No inappropriate use of the computer (YouTube ..etc)

    No personal music listening during class (open playlists can be established by companies)

    No leaving office (outside of e-Business classes) without company identification and facilitator permission.

    No food (except water or during company events)

    Required to sit in assigned department unless you are working on a collaborative task

     

    Distinguished and Honored Graduates

    During the time in the academy, each student has the opportunity to graduate with distinction within our program. This carries and a number of requirements that must be met to receive a special academy distinguished cord or honors sash to wear at graduation in their senior year.

    Below are the requirements to be eligible for the Distinguished and Honored graduate designation at graduation.

    Sophomore Year:

    Fully Participate in the Scholarship Basket Fund-raising program

    Full participation in our Adopt-a-Family community service project

    Earn a "B grade or better in both semesters in the sophomore year (honored)

     

    Junior Year:

    Fully Participate in the Scholarship Basket Fund-raising program

    Attend and participate in the San Deigo and LA Trade shows during the junior year.

    Full participation in our Adopt-a-Family community service project.

    Earn a "C" or better grade in the Entrepreneur 100 dual-enrollment class from Santa Ana College (honored)

     

    Senior Year:

    Fully Participate in the Scholarship Basket Fund-raising program (required to walk with your academy class)

    Attend and participate in the San Deigo and LA Trade shows during the senior year.

    Full participation in our Adopt-a-Family community service project

    Graduate with 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.

    Earn a "B grade or better in both semesters in the sophomore year (honored)

    Failure to meet one of the above requirements will eliminate from graduation designations