End of year grades and comments are now available online. To read your student's report, please visit Academic Records via the school's website (under Community), or you may utilize the following link: Academic Records.
If you'd like an overview of accessing comments, please watch the following screencast:
In end of year comments, faculty provide both a course comment, which includes an overview of the course's content, activities, and assessments thus far, and an individual student comment for each class, one which discusses progress, achievements, and areas in need of growth. Faculty also provide a grade that indicates effort and achievement. The end of year grade is the only grade published on the official transcript (unless a course is a fall, single semester elective). Students should read comments for indications of success and guidance towards growth and improvement.
Forgot username and/or password?
Your username is typically your firstname.lastname and the password you have chosen. If you've forgotten your password, for immediate assistance you may utilize the "Forgot Password" feature and a temporary password will be sent to your email. If you are still having trouble, you can email Andrea Sanico, School Secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions or comments about your student's progress, please contact the class dean or the teacher of a specific class. Joyce Sherry, Dean of Students, and Sean Raymond, Academic Dean, are also available to support your student's success.
If a student has earned a D or lower in any class, contact the Academic Dean asap to discuss remediation options. If you have any questions about your student’s progress, please contact individual teachers through via email, or contact the Academic Dean, Sean Raymond, at email@example.com or 831.372.7338 x108.
Schedules for 2017-18
Student schedules for the next school year will be posted to Academic Records in July. Please check the York website for an announcement. Enrollment in graduation requirements for all students is the aim of the Master Schedule. The Master Schedule is also designed to optimize fulfillment of students’ first choice electives.
Summer Reading and Textbooks
To learn more about summer reading and textbooks for the coming school year, please click here.