TAPS is a graduation requirement for all CUHS students consisting of community service, a website and an interview. It is a four year program where students work with their Tribe Time teacher ensuring that they are on track to graduate and start planning for their future. In March of their senior year, all students are required to present their completed website during an interview. This portfolio and interview, along with 60 community service hours or 40 hours of community service and 20 Tribe Points, are required by the district on order to graduate.  
All resources can be found on the link to the left.  If you have any questions or comments, please email me at rossd@chowchillahigh.org or call the high school at (559)665-1331.

Mrs. Ross 

Education Services Director
TAPS Coordinator

TAPS Resources Website
Link to SBAC designated supports form:
 SBAC Designated Support Form
Link to CAASPP practice and training test site: