2022-2023 School Calendar

Fall Semester: August 22, 2022 – January 20, 2023

August 16-18 (Tue-Thu) Teachers Work Days
August 20-21 (Sat-Sun) Dorm Only: Orientation
August 21 (Sun) Registration for New Students
August 22 (Mon) Fall Semester begins / First Day of School
September 5 (Mon) Labor Day / No School
September 23 (Fri) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day
October 12-14 (Wed-Fri) Midterm Exam
October 22 (Sat) Honoring Elders Day
October 24 (Mon) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day / Midterm Grades Due
November 11 (Fri) Veterans Day observed / No School
November 23-25 (Wed-Fri) Thanksgiving Break / No School
December 2 (Fri) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day
December 14 (Wed) Early Release Day
December 15-January 6 Winter Break
January 16 (Mon) Martin Luther King, Jr. Day / No School
January 20 (Fri) Last Day of Fall Semester / In-school celebration of Chinese New Year
88 class days, 6 work days

Spring Semester: January 23, 2023 – June 2, 2023

January 23 (Mon) Spring Semester begins
February 17 (Fri) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day
February 20 (Mon) Presidents’ Day / No School
March 17 (Fri) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day
March 22 – 24 (Wed-Fri) Midterm Exam
March 27 – 31 (Mon-Fri) Spring Break
April 7 (Fri) Cherishing Youth Day
April 24 (Mon) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day
May 19 (Fri) Teachers Work Day / Early Release Day
May 29 (Mon) Memorial Day / No School
May 31 (Wed) Boys Last Day of School & Teachers Banquet and Award Ceremony
June 1 (Thu) Boys Graduation Ceremony
June 1 (Thu) Girls Last Day of School & Teachers Banquet and Award Ceremony
June 2 (Fri) Girls Graduation Ceremony
88 class days, 4 work days
Total of 176 class days, 10 work days

Note: Parents should make every effort to ensure that students do not miss school. Students who leave early before or return late after spring, winter, or summer breaks will not be excused unless there is a justifiable reason such as: personal illness, quarantine, medical appointments, funeral services, religious reasons, and court appearances. The school must be informed of these reasons in a timely way with an Absence Form or note signed by the parent (or a doctor’s note for medical absences three days or more). High school students are responsible for getting their teachers to sign the Absence Form in order to excuse their absence. Unexcused absences will affect their grades.