2020-2021 Hybrid Learning or 100% Distance Learning Model Program Selection

  • Duarte Unified School District continues to monitor the number of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County, as well as County and State guidelines for the safe reopening of schools for in-person instruction. At this time, targets for reopening secondary schools for in-person instruction have been met in Los Angeles County. DUSD is pleased to transition to in-person instruction through a Hybrid Learning Model option starting the week of April 26, 2021 for students in:

    • Grades 6 - 8 at Andres Duarte, Beardslee, Maxwell, Royal Oaks, and Valley View (Valley View 6th grade will stay on elementary schedule)
    • Grades 9 - 12 at Duarte High School and MIT

    Please click here for descriptions of the learning models.

    Please complete the registration form for each student in grades 6 - 12 in your household, and submit your form no later than Monday, April 19, 2021:

    DHS Hybrid Learning Model or 100% Distance Learning Model Selection Form

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  • Duarte High School Pioneers Yet Another Early College Pathway!

    Students that graduate from Duarte Unified School District are highly sought after by esteemed colleges and universities. Our recent graduates are attending top institutions like UCLA, Harvard, and Berkeley, but instead of entering as a freshman, they are years ahead of their college classmates because of the unprecedented Early College Dual Enrollment Degree-Bearing program offered in our district. Duarte High School joined forces with Citrus College in 2009 to establish the first Early College program of its kind in the region. In 2017, we pioneered the only program to offer a four-year pathway resulting in an Associate of Science Degree upon high school graduation. This affords families a cost savings of thousands of dollars in college tuition and provides an accelerated route for students wanting to get a head start on graduate work or entry into their career of choice. Please contact Principal Haro to learn more: Lharo@duarteusd.org, 626-599-5701.

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