Conley-Caraballo High School is proud to congratulate our class of 2013's early graduates. These are students that met their graduation credit requirements as well as community service hours that benefited our community. Our early graduates were treated to a small celebration and luncheon by the staff on January 17, 2013 and will be part of the official graduation on June 10, 2013.
A new State law now requires that all 7th-12th graders get a whooping cough booster shot, called Tdap, before entering school in the fall.
Your student will not be able to start school next year until he or she receives the shot AND the documentation is brought into our school office.
Contact your child’s doctor now to schedule an immunization appointment. Read More »»
ParentConnect is your web connection to your student's educational information including grades, attendance, and behavior.
To get a ParentConnect ID and Password, send an email to our school secretary, Ms. Campos at ACampos@nhusd.k12.ca.us.
Be sure to include your name, your student's name, and student ID number.
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Our students' artwork was featured in an exhibition at ZEUM's Spiral Gallery. The work was based on themes of Immigration & Identity, and was developed in cooperation with the Global Youth Media and Arts Program.
The high quality of the artwork is the result of the great efforts of our students under the guidance of our wonderful art teacher, Ms. Whitworth. Read More »»
Conley Caraballo's API scores jumped by an impressive 34 points!
The API scores are the Academic Performance Index reported by the California Department of Education. The scores are based on student tests in English and Math.
Congratulations to our students and staff for all their hard work to continually improve education at Conley.
Conley Caraballo is an Alternative High School in the New Haven Unified School District. We are a continuation high school serving students who are behind on their credits, but still want to get a quality education with excellent teachers in a small setting with lots of positive support.
New Conley students are admitted through a selective interview process that includes a meeting with the student, their family, and a Conley administrator.
If you are a Logan student, please see your counselor to request a transfer application. Read More »»