Graduating Class of 2017

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Robert Tubbs                    Judith Kuykendall                      Tami Schmal                    Denise Smith
    Assistant Principal                         Counselor                          Academic Advisor               Senior Secretary
       619-660-3525                          619-660-3547                          619-660-3541                    619-660-3522

This is your SENIOR year! 
Don't forget to make an appointment with Boyd Anderson as soon as possible to take your senior picture!

Updates from SDSU Admissions

This year we received approximately 84,000 applications. We have finalized our application reviews and admissions decisions, and our new averages for fall 2016 admitted students are 3.85-GPA; 1174-SAT (old test critical reading and math); 27-ACT

New SAT Updates:

Important information here!! We recently received word from the California State University's Chancellor's office regarding new SAT numbers, benchmarks to clear remediation, and Eligibility Index.

They will indeed be taking the new portion of the SAT called Evidence Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) in lieu of the Critical Reading section to compute an applicant's eligibility to the CSU. The new EBRW score is still scored the same way, with a score between 200-800, just like the Critical Reading section and math.

It is important to note:

  • The CSU will accept both old and new SAT scores from students currently in grades 9 – 12 (graduating in 2020 or prior). Any student graduating after 2020 will be required to take the new SAT.
  • The new and old SAT tests are not constructed in the same way. Consequently, campuses may “superscore” or combine results with like-tests only. If an applicant has taken both the new and old SAT, the total score that is most advantageous to the applicant should be used.
  • The SAT eligibility index formula will remain the same: SAT (scores in mathematics and EBRW) + (800 x high school grade point average).  
  • The essay is not required nor is it recommended for applicants.

New Eligibility Index

With a re-calibration, the minimum Eligibility Index needed to be CSU eligible is now a 2950.Per the memo, this will be grandfathered in and students who score 2900 are still CSU eligible for fall 2017.

In case anyone is curious about the general differences between the new and old test, please see the following link:

Here is the college board website that shows the concordance tables between the old and new SAT.

Senior Class Information