High School Academy/Pathway Lottery
Instructions and applications for the Academy/Pathway lottery were mailed to parents on Friday, November 2nd. Parents of students attending an AUSD middle school may begin dropping off their completed, signed applications to their middle school on November 15, 2018. If your student attends a school outside of AUSD, please drop off your completed applications to the District office located at 510 G Street in Antioch. All applications must be received by 4:00 pm on December 7, 2018.
The Academy/Pathway lottery for the freshman class of 2019-20 will be held on January 24, 2019 at Antioch High School Beede Auditorium starting at 8:00 am. A separate lottery will be held directly following for out of district students who have submitted applications.
Instructions and applications in English and Spanish, can be downloaded and printed by clicking the links below.
There are numerous pathways to choose from at various sites. Please click on the named links below for more information on each pathway.
Pathways located at Antioch High School:
Pathway located at Dozier Libbey:
Pathways located at Deer Valley High School:
*supported by the ACE Academy
The Antioch Unified School District is pleased to provide many educational options to our high school students. To prepare our students for college, career, and life, our high schools offer rich curricular and instructional programs based on an academy design. Eighth grade students are encouraged to review the available options and to select a high school program based on their interest. Admission to Academy programs is by application and lottery.
College and career academies provide a system of support to ensure student success. They have courses of study that meet University of California A-G requirements. Each academy consists of a team of teachers who work together with a cohort group of students to build meaningful relationships, and provide rich, engaging integrated curricula. The teacher teams meet regularly to collaboratively plan lessons, activities, and interventions specific to their student's needs. Academies also include a sequence of courses that link the common core with career-based learning activities. Academies connect learning in the classroom to real-world application.
Linked Learning Academies are built upon the following principles:
- Students take a sequence of career technical courses that link the content across the curriculum
- Students experience career-based learning activities
- Academy course work meets college entrance requirements
- Academies are open to all students; no prerequisite requirements
- Academies provide a system of support to ensure student success
If you have any questions, please call Micki Bagar at 925-779-7500 X 53300.