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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2017

 

Breaking Down Walls Assembly Schedule

Period 0:  7:00 to 7:55                                                                         Period 4: 11:45 to 12:30

Period 1:  8:00 to 9:15      (Assembly for 10th and 12th grades)                  LUNCH:  12:30 to 1:05

Panther Time:  9:15 to 9:30                                                                            Period 5:   1:10 to 1:55

Period 2:  9:35 to 10:50     (Assembly for 9th and 11th grades)                   Period 6:   2:00 to 2:45

Period 3: 10:55 to 11:40                                                                                 

 

SPECIAL NOTICES

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

Save the date! It’s time for Back to School Night on Thursday, Sept. 28. The College and Career Center will open at 6:00 pm with zero period beginning at 6:15. Be sure to bring your student’s class schedule as each period is only 15 minutes long. Refreshments provided by the PTSA. See you there!

THE CLOCK IS TICKING FOR PSAT SIGN-UPS

Late sign-ups for the PSAT (sophomores and juniors) and PSAT 8/9 (freshmen) are this week. However, there are a limited number of tests available and when they’re gone, they’re gone. The exams are Wednesday morning, Oct. 11 here at Pen. Sign-ups are in the Student Store and you must show your student ID to register. Fee to register is $30. You may pay with cash or a check payable to PVPHS-PSAT.

SENIORS—HERFF JONES AT BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

This is a great opportunity to turn in graduation, class ring and letterman jacket orders directly to Herff Jones representatives. Forms are available at pvphs.com under the “Activities” tab in the Senior Information section.

GRAD NIGHT UPDATE

Seniors! If you turned in your Grad Night consent forms and checks, the checks will be deposited on Friday, Sept. 29 after Back to School Night. A listing of seniors who have paid will be available mid-October.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

TODAY is the deadline to turn in election ballots for the PVPHS English Language Advisory Committee. Forms are available in the Main Office and Room P105. All PVPHS parents and community stakeholders 18 and older may vote for nominees to the ELAC. Contact Anne-Marie Voegtlin (ext. 705) or Junko Lee (ext. 704) with questions or for further information.

PANTHER GEAR AT BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

Check out new items as well as popular standards at Back to School Night on Thursday, Sept. 28. This is the only time parents can see what styles are available. Pay with cash or check made out to PVPHS-PTSA. If items are sold out, only prepaid orders will be accepted. Be ready to show your Panther spirit!

BOOT CAMP PREP FOR SAT AND PSAT

Need assistance getting ready for the SAT and PSAT? Help is on the way! Join Catalyst Prep for a two-day SAT workshop that arms students with go-to strategies for test questions. Part of the proceeds go to PVPHS PTSA. To enroll, click here and click on “Boot Camp Sign Up” or call Catalyst at 1-800-235-0056. For more info, see the flyer on the PVPHS PTSA website or email pvphsptsa3vp@gmail.com. Registration deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.

 

GENERAL

CAMPING + ENGINEERING=SOLAR BOATS?

Come to the first meeting of the Peninsula Solar Boat Team TODAY at lunch in T202 and find out the connection.

TSA TEAM CAPTAINS’ MEETING

All new and returning TSA team captains must come to the meeting TOMORROW at lunch in P210. See you there!

LET’S PUT ON A SHOW

But there’s more to putting on a play than just the actors in front of the audience! Peninsula Drama is looking for students to be stage crew for our fall play, “The Christmas Spirit.” For more information, go to www.peninsuladrama.com.

SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Interested in joining the Science National Honor Society? Pick up a form in P210 to fill out and submit. Last year’s members must also reapply. Deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.

ONE HUNDRED PROBLEMS

Math Team members! Come to the fall start-up event on Thursday, Sept. 28 in S45 during lunch. Your help is needed to solve 100 problems!

 

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL

Please excuse the varsity tennis players at 1:15 pm for a match at San Marino HS. Bus leaves promptly at 1:30. Good luck, Panthers!

BURRITOS & BASKETBALL

Grab some tasty Mexican food at Chipotle in the Peninsula Center and help our girls’ basketball team. On Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm, mention you’re supporting Pen’s girls’ basketball and 50% of the sale comes back to our team. Thanks for your help!

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

SCHEDULE CHANGE DEADLINE

If you want to DROP an online class, the deadline is Friday, Sept. 29. The deadline to drop or level down all other classes is Friday, Oct. 6.

STUDENT TUTORS NEEDED

If you’re interested in becoming a student tutor, see Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office.

 

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

PAYING FOR COLLEGE NIGHT

College is expensive and seniors and their parents are invited to attend this important information session TOMORROW, Sept. 26 in the PAC. The guest speaker from the USC Financial Aid Office will provide important updates and information about paying for college.

COLLEGE REP VISITS CONTINUE           

Take advantage of the variety of schools visiting Pen through early November. The full list of schools is on Naviance and updated regularly. This week includes Northeastern U, UCLA, UC Merced and Butler. Remember, the hours and days the reps will be on campus are posted on Naviance, which is also where you sign up to meet with them. In addition, you must have your teacher’s permission in advance to attend. See Mrs. Arico in the CCC if you have any questions.

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2017

 

SPECIAL NOTICES

PEN HIGH DIRECTORY

Make it easy for people to find your contact information by participating in the annual Peninsula High Directory put out by the PTSA. Click here to enter your data. Deadline is TODAY.

 

CLASS COMPETITION TODAY

Panthers! The first class competition of the year is TODAY in the gym at lunch. Wear your class color and come support your classmates!

 

BREAKING DOWN WALLS AT PEN NEXT WEEK

Don't miss the chance to join in this amazing program! Permission slips for workshop participants are due ASAP and may be turned in to the Activities Office in P115. Permission slips are at pvphs.com under "Panther Picks" or you can click here to download the document. Remember, if you participate in Breaking Down the Walls, your absence is excused.

 

THE CLOCK IS TICKING FOR PSAT SIGN-UPS

Late sign-ups for the PSAT (sophomores and juniors) and PSAT 8/9 (freshmen) are next week. There is a limited number of tests available and when they're gone, they're gone. The exams are Wednesday morning, Oct. 11 here at Pen. Sign-ups are in the Student Store and you must show your student ID to register. Fee to take the exam is $25 and goes up to $30 starting Monday. You may pay with cash or a check payable to PVPHS-PSAT.

 

GRAD NIGHT UPDATE

Seniors! If you turned in your Grad Night consent forms and checks, the checks will be deposited on Friday, Sept. 29 after Back to School Night. A listing of seniors who have paid will be available mid-October.

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Election ballots for the PVPHS English Language Advisory Committee are available in the Main Office and Room P105 today through Monday, Sept, 25. All PVPHS parents and community stakeholders 18 and older may vote for nominees to the ELAC. Contact Anne-Marie Voegtlin (ext. 705) or Junko Lee (ext. 704). With questions or for further information.

 

PANTHER GEAR AT BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

Check out new items as well as popular standards at Back to School Night on Thursday, Sept. 28. This is the only time parents can see what styles are available. Pay with cash or check made out to PVPHS-PTSA. If items are sold out, only prepaid orders will be accepted. Be ready to show your Panther spirit!

 

BOOT CAMP PREP FOR SAT AND PSAT

Need assistance getting ready for the SAT and PSAT? Help is on the way! Join Catalyst Prep for a two-day SAT workshop that arms students with go-to strategies for test questions. Part of the proceeds go to PVPHS PTSA. To enroll and get information on fees, times, and more click here and click on "Boot Camp Sign Up" or call Catalysts at 1-900-235-0056. See the flyer on the PVPHS PTSA website or email pvphsptsa3vp@gmail.com Registration deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.

 

 

GENERAL

CAMPING + ENGINEERING=SOLAR BOATS?

Come to the first meeting of the Peninsula Solar Boat Team on Monday, Sept. 25 at lunch in T202 and find out the connection.


 

THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT

There's more to putting on a play than just the actors in front of the audience! Peninsula Drama is looking for students to be stage crew for our fall play, "The Christmas Spirit." For more information, go to www.peninsuladrama.com.


 

SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Interested in joining the Science National Honor Society? Pick up a form in P210 to fill out and submit. Last year's members must also reapply. Deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.


 

ONE HUNDRED PROBLEMS

Math Team members! Come to the fall start-up event on Thursday, Sept. 28 in S45 during lunch. Your help is needed to solve 100 problems!

 

ATHLETICS

Early Dismissal

Please excuse the varsity boys' water polo team at 1:05 pm today for a tournament at Diamond Bar HS> Bus leaves at 1:15 sharp. Go Panthers!


 

BURRITOS & BASKETBALL

Grab some tasty Mexican food at Chipotle in the Peninsula Center and help our girls' basketball team. On Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm, mention you're supporting Pen's girls' basketball and 50% of the sale comes back to our team. Thanks for your help!


 

COUNSELING OFFICE

SCHEDULE CHANGE DEADLINE

If you want to DROP an online class, the deadline is Friday, Sept. 29. The deadline to drop or level down all other classes is Oct. 6.


 

STUDENT TUTORS NEEDED

If you're interested in becoming a student tutor, see Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office.

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

 

SPECIAL NOTICES

LAST CALL

Don’t miss this final chance to apply for membership in the California Scholarship Federation! If you missed the deadline to apply, the one and only make-up day is TODAY at lunch in H65. Take advantage of this opportunity! Don’t have an application? Pick one up in H65. See you there!

PEN HIGH DIRECTORY

Make it easy for people to find your contact information by participating in the annual Peninsula High Directory put out by the PTSA. Click here to enter your data. Deadline is TOMORROW, Sept. 22.

THE FIRST CLASS COMPETITION

Panthers! The first class competition of the year is TOMORROW, Sept. 22 in the gym at lunch. Wear your class color and come support your classmates!

THE CLOCK IS TICKING FOR PSAT SIGN-UPS

Late sign-ups for the PSAT (sophomores and juniors) and PSAT 8/9 (freshmen) are next week, but only while supplies last.  The exams are Wednesday morning, Oct. 11 here at Pen. Sign-ups are in the Student Store and you must show your student ID to register. Fee to take the exam is $25 and goes up to $30 starting Monday. You may pay with cash or a check payable to PVPHS-PSAT.

BREAKING DOWN WALLS AT PEN NEXT WEEK

Don’t miss the chance to take part in this amazing program! Facilitators need to turn in your permission slips at once to P115. Permission slips for workshop participants are due asap and may also be turned in to P115.

GRAD NIGHT UPDATE

Seniors! If you turned in your Grad Night consent forms and checks, the checks will be deposited on Friday, Sept. 29 after Back to School Night. A listing of seniors who have paid will be available mid-October.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Election ballots for the PVPHS English Language Advisory Committee are available in the Main Office and Room P105 today through Monday, Sept. 25.  All PVPHS parents and community stakeholders 18 and older may vote for nominees to the ELAC. Contact Anne-Marie Voegtlin (ext. 705) or Junko Lee (ext. 704) with questions or for further information.

 

GENERAL

MODEL UN MEETS TODAY

MUN members! Don’t forget today’s meeting in the PAC at lunch.

CAMPING + ENGINEERING=SOLAR BOATS?

Come to the first meeting of the Peninsula Solar Boat Team on Monday, Sept. 25 at lunch in T202 and find out the connection.

THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT

There’s more to putting on a play than just the actors in front of the audience! Peninsula Drama is looking for students to be stage crew for our fall play, “The Christmas Spirit.” For more information, go to www.peninsuladrama.com.

SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Interested in joining the Science National Honor Society? Pick up a form in P210 to fill out and submit. Last year’s members must also reapply. Deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.

 

ATHLETICS

BURRITOS & BASKETBALL

Grab some tasty Mexican food at Chipotle in the Peninsula Center and help our girls’ basketball team. On Wednesday, Sept. 27 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm, mention you’re supporting Pen’s girls’ basketball and 50% of the sale comes back to our team. Thanks for your help!

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

SENIOR ATHLETES

If you are planning to play NCAA Division 1 or Division 2 sports in college, you need to register with the NCAA at https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3 and send in an official transcript. To verify that your coursework will meet NCAA requirements, submit a request to your counselor asking for a review before you register.

SCHEDULE CHANGE DEADLINE

If you want to DROP an online class, the deadline is Friday, Sept. 29. The deadline to drop or level down all other classes is Oct. 6.

WORK EXPERIENCE/INTERNSHIP STUDENTS

Please remember to sign in with Mrs. Jo in the Counseling Office every THURSDAY from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. Be sure to give your initial paperwork packets and first assignments to Mrs. Jo TODAY.

STUDENT TUTORS NEEDED

If you’re interested in becoming a student tutor, see Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office.

 

 

COME BACK FOR MORE TOMORROW!

 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

 

Late Start Schedule

Period 0:  9:00 to 9:40                                                                         Period 4: 12:00 to 12:40

Period 1:  9:45 to 10:25                                                                                   LUNCH:  12:40 to 1:15

Period 2: 10:30 to 11:10                                                                                  Period 5:   1:20 to 2:00

Period 3: 11:15 to 11:55                                                                                  Period 6:   2:05 to 2:45

 

SPECIAL NOTICES

FIRST MATH COMPETITION

It’s the first competition of the year! Come and support the Math Team at the “Who Wants to Be a Mathematician” contest TODAY at lunch in S45.

WRITERS, ARTISTS, MUSICIANS AND DOODLERS

You are summoned to participate in the 2018 issue of Beard Full of Butterflies, the best literary magazine in Southern California!  If interested in becoming a staff member or you currently are one, check into Mrs. Okamoto’s room H65 at lunch TODAY. This high caliber magazine is filled with poems, stories, lyrical pieces, photos, doodles and more, all submitted by Pen students. You’ll earn UC elective credit and have a creatively  good time. Come and join us!

LAST CALL

Don’t miss this final chance to apply for membership in the California Scholarship Federation! If you missed the deadline to apply, the one and only make-up day is TOMORROW at lunch in H65. Take advantage of this opportunity! Don’t have an application? Pick one up in H65. See you tomorrow!

THE FIRST CLASS COMPETITION

Panthers! The first class competition of the year is Friday, Sept. 22 in the gym at lunch. Wear your class color and come to support your classmates!

BREAKING DOWN WALLS AT PEN NEXT WEEK

Don’t miss the chance to take part in this amazing program! Facilitators need to turn in your permission slips at once to P115. Permission slips for workshop participants are due asap and may also be turned in to P115.

PSAT SIGN-UPS

The PSAT 8/9 (freshmen) and the PSAT exam (sophomores and juniors) will be on Wednesday morning, Oct. 11 here at Pen. Sign-ups are in the Student Store and you must show your student ID to register. Fee to take the exam is $25 and it goes up next week. You may pay with cash or a check made out to PVPHS-PSAT.

ID REPRINTS AVAILABLE

The ID maker is now set up for corrections and reprints. If you need an ID redone, please turn it in to Mrs. Ball or Ms. Keilbach in the Attendance Office BEFORE 11:00 am with a description of what is needed. Your corrected ID may then be picked up the same day at the beginning of lunch from Mrs. Shiosaki in the Hawthorne Office.

PEN HIGH DIRECTORY

Make it easy for people to find your contact information by entering it into the annual Peninsula High Directory put out by the PTSA. Click here to enter your data. Deadline is Friday, Sept. 22.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Election ballots for the PVPHS English Language Advisory Committee are available in the Main Office and Room P105 today through Monday, Sept. 25.  All PVPHS parents and community stakeholders 18 and older may vote for nominees to the ELAC. Contact Anne-Marie Voegtlin (ext. 705) or Junko Lee (ext. 704) with questions or for further information.

PANTHER GEAR AT BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

Check out the new items as well as popular standards at Back to School Night on Thursday, Sept. 28. This is the only time parents can see what styles are available. Pay with cash or check made out to PVPHS-PTSA. If items are sold out, only prepaid orders will be accepted. Be ready to show your Panther spirit!

 

GENERAL

LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR TRI-M MUSIC SOCIETY

Visit either the choir room or band room or you can click here to go to the Peninsula High Music Boosters website to download an application. All returning members must submit a new application. Deadline is TODAY.

CAMPING + ENGINEERING=SOLAR BOATS?

Come to the first meeting of the Peninsula Solar Boat Team on Monday, Sept. 25 at lunch in T202 and find out how these three are related!

THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT

There’s more to putting on a play than just the actors in front of the audience! Peninsula Drama is looking for students to be stage crew for our fall play, “The Christmas Spirit.” For more information, go to www.peninsuladrama.com.

CHINESE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

If you missed the initial meeting for the Chinese National Honor Society, you MUST attend the meeting TODAY in P101.

SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Interested in joining the Science National Honor Society? Pick up a form in P210 to fill out and submit. Last year’s members must also reapply. Deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.

  

ATHLETICS

EARLY DISMISSAL

Please excuse all JV and Varsity tennis players at 1:15 today for a tennis match. Go Panthers!

MORE EARLY DISMISSALS

Also excuse the boys’ water polo team (Varsity, JV and Frosh/Soph) at 1:05 today for games at Redondo Union HS. Bus leaves promptly at 1:15 pm. Good luck Panthers!

SURFING TRYOUTS

Want to hang ten for Pen? Surf team tryouts are bright and early TODAY at Torrance Beach. Be there by 6:30 am, ready to surf. Remember, you must have proof of a current physical to try out. For more information, contact Coach Helmrich at helmrichb@pvpusd.net.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

SENIOR ATHLETES

If you are planning to play NCAA Division 1 or Division 2 sports in college, you need to register with the NCAA at https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3 and send in an official transcript. To verify that your coursework will meet NCAA requirements, submit a request to your counselor asking for a review before you register.

SCHEDULE CHANGE DEADLINE

If you want to DROP an online class, the deadline is Friday, Sept. 29. The deadline to drop or level down all other classes is Oct. 6.

WORK EXPERIENCE/INTERNSHIP STUDENTS

Please remember to sign in with Mrs. Jo in the Counseling Office every THURSDAY from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. Be sure to give your initial paperwork packets and first assignments to Mrs. Jo by Thursday, Sept. 21.

STUDENT TUTORS NEEDED

If you’re interested in becoming a student tutor, see Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office.

 

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

 

REMINDER: LATE START TOMORROW, SEPT. 20

 

SPECIAL NOTICES

MATH COMPETITION

It’s the first competition of the year! Come and support the Math Team at the “Who Wants to Be a Mathematician” contest TOMORROW at lunch in S45.

WRITERS, ARTISTS, MUSICIANS AND DOODLERS

You are summoned to participate in the 2018 issue of Beard Full of Butterflies, the best literary magazine in Southern California!  If interested in becoming a staff member or you currently are one, check into Mrs. Okamoto’s room H65 at lunch TOMORROW. This high caliber magazine is filled with poems, stories, lyrical pieces, photos, doodles and more, all submitted by Pen students. You’ll earn UC elective credit and have a creatively good time!

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Election ballots for the PVPHS English Language Advisory Committee are available in the Main Office and Room P105 today through Monday, Sept. 25.  All PVPHS parents and community stakeholders 18 and older may vote for nominees to the ELAC. Contact Anne-Marie Voegtlin (ext. 705) or Junko Lee (ext. 704) with questions or for further information.

PSAT SIGN-UPS

The PSAT 8/9 (freshmen) and the PSAT exam (sophomores and juniors) will be on Wednesday morning, Oct. 11 here at Pen. Sign-ups are in the Student Store and you must show your student ID to register. Fee to take the exam is $25 and it goes up next week. You may pay with cash or a check made out to PVPHS-PSAT.

ID REPRINTS AVAILABLE

The ID maker is now set up for corrections and reprints. If you need an ID redone, please turn it in to Mrs. Ball or Ms. Keilbach in the Attendance Office BEFORE 11:00 am with a description of what is needed. Your corrected ID may then be picked up the same day at the beginning of lunch from Mrs. Shiosaki in the Hawthorne Office.

PEN HIGH DIRECTORY

Make it easy for people to find your contact information by entering it into the annual Peninsula High Directory put out by the PTSA. Click here to enter your data. Deadline is Friday, Sept. 22.

PANDA EXPRESS FUNDRAISER FOR PTSA

Craving Chinese food? Then come to the Panda Express TODAY, Sept. 19 between 11:00 am and 9:00 pm. Click here to download the flyer, then show it at Panda Express so 20% will come back to the PTSA. A flyer is also posted on the bulletin board outside the Main Office or you can pick up a flyer at the Main Office. Everybody wins!

 

GENERAL

TRI-M MUSIC SOCIETY

Applications for the Tri-M Music Honor Society are now available. For more information, visit either the choir room or band room or you can click here to go to the Peninsula High Music Boosters website to download an application. All returning members must submit a new application. Deadline is TOMORROW, Sept. 20.

CAMPING + ENGINEERING=SOLAR BOATS?

Come to the first meeting of the Peninsula Solar Boat Team on Monday, Sept. 25 at lunch in T202 and find out how these three are related!

THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT

There’s more to putting on a play than just the actors in front of the audience! Peninsula Drama is looking for students to be stage crew for our fall play, “The Christmas Spirit.” For more information, go to www.peninsuladrama.com.

CHINESE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

If you missed the initial meeting for the Chinese National Honor Society, you MUST attend the meeting TOMORROW, Sept. 20 in P101.

SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Interested in joining the Science National Honor Society? Pick up a form in P210 to fill out and submit. Last year’s members must also reapply. Deadline is Wednesday, Sept. 27.

 

ATHLETICS

SURFING TRYOUTS

Want to hang ten for Pen? Surf team tryouts are bright and early TOMORROW, Sept. 20 at Torrance Beach. Be there by 6:30 am, ready to surf. Remember, you must have proof of a current physical to try out. For more information, contact Coach Helmrich at helmrichb@pvpusd.net.

 

COUNSELING OFFICE

SENIOR RECOMMENDATION LETTERS

If you’re applying for Early Decision or Early Action and need a recommendation letter from your counselor, your letter of recommendation packet must be turned in TODAY,  Sept. 19 at 2:45 pm. All other regular decision letter of recommendation packets are due by Tuesday, Oct. 10

SENIOR ATHLETES

If you are planning to play NCAA Division 1 or Division 2 sports in college, you need to register with the NCAA at https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3 and send in an official transcript. To verify that your coursework will meet NCAA requirements, submit a request to your counselor asking for a review before you register.

SCHEDULE CHANGE DEADLINE

If you want to DROP an online class, the deadline is Friday, Sept. 29. The deadline to drop or level down all other classes is Oct. 6.

 

WORK EXPERIENCE/INTERNSHIP STUDENTS

Please remember to sign in with Mrs. Jo in the Counseling Office every THURSDAY from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. Be sure to give your initial paperwork packets and first assignments to Mrs. Jo by Thursday, Sept. 21.

STUDENT TUTORS NEEDED

If you’re interested in becoming a student tutor, see Mrs. Juge in the Counseling Office.

 

COLLEGE CAREER CENTER

COLLEGE NIGHT IS HERE

Juniors, Seniors and their Parents--Join us TONIGHT, Sept. 19 in the gym for College Night! It starts at 6:00 pm with a discussion of the college admissions process with Tim Brunold, USC Dean of Admissions. From 7:00 to 8:40, students and parents may choose from the following sessions: Paying for College; Community College with Option to Transfer; and Four Year Colleges: Private, Public (other than UC/CSU), Cal State System, UC System and the College Application Essay.