The Coyote Connection Leadership (CCL) Program is a high school transition program that welcomes incoming students and orients them to campus facilities and services. Built on the believe that current students are best-equipped to help new arrivals succeed, CCL trains members of the freshmen through senior classes to serve as student ambassadors. As positive role models, Coyote Connection Leaders are motivators, leaders and teachers who guide our new students to discover what it takes to be successful at Skyline High School.
CCL plays a central role in many large-scale school and community events. Student ambassadors assist with Freshmen Boot Camp, textbook check-outs and check-ins, local elementary school carnivals, Financial Aid Night, CTE Tours, Parent Boot Camp, Legacy of Excellence Awards, Scholarship Assembly, and Graduation Night.
Because of the wide array of responsibilities that often call student ambassadors out of class or even away from school, CCL only accepts the most dependable of students into the program. Admission begins with a staff or faculty nomination in early spring. Nominees then receive applications, which are rigorously screened to identify potential ambassadors who exemplify Skyline's commitment to establishing a "Legacy of Excellence" through strong academic achievement, exemplary behavior, and good attendance. Successful candidates receive training in personal comportment, conducting campus tours, and the basic principles of promotions and public relations.
CCL meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 a.m. in Room 109.