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Orange GlenHigh School

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English Learners: EL Programs and Supports

Orange Glen has a wide array of supports and services for students whose primary language is not English.  Important details to know:
 
 
 
CELDT Testing
CELDT (California English Language Development Test) will soon be replaced by the LPAC (Language Proficiency Assessment of California).  Each year, English Learners are required to be assessed in the areas of Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.  Their CELDT score will be used to help determine placement, and if high enough, may make them eligible for Reclassification (RFEP). 
 
 
 
Reclassification Criteria
In order for English Learners to reclassify to RFEP (Redesignated Fluent English Proficient) status, they must meet all of the following criteria:
  1. CELDT - Overall 4 or 5 (No sub-score lower than 3; Writing must be at least a 4)
  2. GPA or Grades - Semester grade for English must be at least a C OR GPA overall must be 2.0+.
  3. SRI (Scholastic Reading Inventory) - Minimum score of 900 lexile.
 
 
Placement of English Learners
English Language Learners have a wide range of service options available to them.  The current placements are:
ELD Level 1
ELD Level 2
ELD Level 3
ELD Level 3 Support
World History (Sheltered): Levels 1-3
U.S. History (Sheltered): Levels 1-3
Biology (Sheltered): Levels 1-3
Health (Sheltered): Levels 1-3
Math 1 (Co-taught Sheltered): Levels 1-3
Math 2 (Co-taught Sheltered): Levels 1-3
 
 
 
4-Year Plans for Graduation and A-G Completion
Course English Math Laboratory Science Social Science Fine Arts / Foreign Language Electives
Graduation Credits Required 40 credits 20 credits 20 credits 30 credits 10 credits (either) 75 credits
A-G Credits Required 40 credits 30 credits 20 credits 20 credits VAPA: 10 credits
Language: 20 credits
10 credits
 

 

Students must meet graduation requirements in order to earn a High School Diploma; however, A-G requirements must be met within those required credits in order for a student to consider applying to a CSU (California State University) or UC (University of California) system school.