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Back to School Night Sept 15th!

Back to School Night September 15, 2016!


Come join us for dinner and back to school fun!

Thursday, September 15, 2016

from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.


5:30 - Hot Dog Dinner served in Cal Hills front quad ($2.00 per person or $5.00 per family donation requested)

6:00 – General Program in MUSD Board Room (Building 500)

6:20-7:30 – Classroom visits and teacher

Information on the Zika Virus

Have you traveled in a region infected with the Zika virus? Would you like more information about the virus and suggestions for talking to children about the virus? See Zika Virus Information page with info provided by the CDC (Center of Disease Control & Prevention).

Review 2015-2016

Relive some of the great moments of 2015-2016 school year by checking out the Mustang Highlights


And don't worry! We will all be back for the first day of the 2016-2017 school year, August 11, 2016. If you have questions concerning enrolling in Cal Hills, administration and some office staff can answer your questions until the end of June and throughout August. Go Mustangs!

Cal Hills Mission

Calaveras Hills High School’s mission is to develop the “total student.”  We do this by committing to provide our students with a learning environment of personal growth, social interpersonal skills, and academic excellence.

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FLY begins Wednesday August 24th!

You can earn five credits for Social Studies Elective or just regular Electives. You will learn about: 1) What to do when approached by the police; 2) What crimes can affect a youth’s driver’s license; 3) When youth can get in trouble for things their friends do; 4) What Proposition 21 means to you; 5) When having sex is illegal and much, much more!

Please sign up with your advisory teacher or in the office.

Online School Meal Payments Available

Click MyNutriKids Logo below for information.