G.O.A.L. returns to Rancho Cucamonga High School


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Goal Schedule for the Fall Semester of the 22/23 School Year (changes might follow).

Rancho Cucamonga High School will host the first G.O.A.L. of the 2022-2023 school year on Saturday, Aug. 27, at 8 a.m. Students of all grades are encouraged to attend G.O.A.L. 

Attending G.O.A.L. is a good way for students to get back on track with their classes. It provides students with an extra opportunity to catch up on any points they may have missed.

“[Attending G.O.A.L.] helped me prepare for the AP tests due to the practice tests available,” said junior Trevor Lee. “GOAL is really great, and it provides personalized instruction with your teacher. I’m really grateful for GOAL and its impact in my life.” 

G.O.A.L will be offered for around two times each month for students to get caught up on schoolwork. They will be able get assignments done and redo tests that might have gotten a lower score on.

“There are 18 total sessions for the entire school year,” said Assistant Principal of Achievement Jeremy Hansen. “If students are behind in the subject matter, they need to talk to their teacher at least three days before GOAL, asking if they came to a GOAL, how could they make up work or retake a test.” 

To add to this, students will get a free snack given for attending this event. It is heavily recommended that students attend G.O.A.L. if they need to work on schoolwork.

“I firmly believe that it is the best opportunity to help students, to remediate grades, and to be successful here at Rancho,” said Hansen.