The video is an overview of our Parent Information Night for Rising 6th Graders. Check it out if you would like to learn more about what to expect in 6th grade.
2020-21 Hybrid Learning Schedules
starting the week of September 28th (1st grade) or September 29th (K-12)
3rd Quarter High School Schedule
Transcripts and Records
There are two ways to get an official transcript:
1. ORDER ONLINE AT PARCHMENT.COM
Parchment.com is an online service that will send your transcript directly to the institutions you request. It is the fastest and most secure method of transcript delivery.
*Please note that there is a small fee associated with this service.
2. ORDER AT Tustin Connect Front OFFICE
The office can assist with preparing a sealed envelope containing an official transcript. You will then be responsible for mailing the transcript to the specific institutions who require it. There is no fee for this service, however please allow 1-2 days for processing.
Also keep in mind, you can always access Aeries to look at or print "UN-official transcripts.
2021 Graduation and Promotion Ceremonies
Class of 2021 Seniors: Thursday, May 27th at 12 noon at the Tustin High School Stadium, we will be celebrating our seniors with an in-person graduation ceremony.
Class of 2025 8th Grade Promotion: Wednesday, May 19th at 5:30 pm at the B Street Campus parking lot, we will be celebrating our 8th grade students with an in-person promotion ceremony. Students will gather in chairs in front of the Estock E Wing while parents and siblings will be in their cars celebrating their students as they promote to high school.
Along with the celebrations, we ask that all families adhere to CDPH Guidance for Outdoor Seated Live Events and Performances for necessary mitigation measures to protect performers, graduates, and audience members included below.
All attendees must wear masks as per CDPH Face Coverings Guidance and maintain distance of at least 6 feet from other attendees at all times, other than with household members such as when they are in their own vehicles.
Speakers may remove masks during their remarks as long as they are at least 6 feet away from other attendees. Speakers should keep the time for comments brief to limit the time they are unmasked.
Attendance must be limited to school staff, graduates, household members, and family members and attendees must abide by travel limitations as indicated within the current CDPH Travel Advisory.
Attendees must sign up in advance of the graduation, and only those who have preregistered may attend.
Staff or attendants must monitor the number of attendees entering the graduation event and confirm that they had pre-registered.
Persons who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 (e.g., due to age or underlying conditions) should be discouraged from attending.
Individuals who are sick or in isolation or quarantine must remain at home.