Program Improvement (PI)
What Is PI?
Granada Hills Charter High School has been identified as a Program Improvement (PI) school under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001.
Our charter school receives funding from many sources, one of which is Title I, Part A, a grant from the federal government. As a condition for receiving these funds, NCLB requires all states to create academic standards that identify what a child should know and be able to do in kindergarten through grade twelve in English-language arts and mathematics. California already has highly regarded content standards in place in our schools. Schools must then test students each year to determine if they are proficient in these subjects. Each school is reviewed annually, using a system approved by the California State Board of Education, to determine if students at that school are making adequate yearly progress (AYP).
While GHCHS did meet the 2015 AYP requirements of participation and graduation rate, please click HERE
for the official notification letter of GHCHS remaining PI Year 2 Status for 2015. For 2016 and 2017, all schools who receive Title I, Part A funding will remain in current PI Status even though GHCHS did meet all AYP requirements.
While not required, GHCHS will continue to offer Supplemental Education Services (SES) provided by outside vendors along with our continuing extensive before and after school tutoring and support program through the AHA Office. GHCHS will determine which students may be offered SES. Please contact the AHA Office at AHA@ghchs.com or call (818) 360-2351 Ext 315 for more information regarding student support.