10.21.19

Let’s Talk College

Let’s Talk College Counselor Presentation 2019

Fall is a busy time for many Senior High School students as they submit college applications to public schools in the state of California.  Our middle school students aren’t quite ready to submit applications but they definitely can start researching and learning about colleges and the steps they need to take to apply.  The counselors would like to invite you to attend “Let’s Talk College” and informal Question and Answer time where you can learn how to start preparing your middle school student for college.  The same discussion will take place twice.  Choose the day and time that fits best with your schedule.

Nov. 6 @ 8:30am in the Library

Nov. 7 @ 6:00pm in the Library

Please click on the link below to let us know you will be attending and if you have any specific questions you would like addressed:  https://forms.gle/fLLhEUjUCMBa46rGA

 

Check out some of these upcoming College Events:

Oct. 23- Cal SOAP College Fair @ the Scottish Rite Center, Mission Valley

Oct. 26- Point Loma Nazarene Fall Fest

Nov. 2- UCSD Fall Showcase

Nov. 9- USD Torrero Showcase

Feb. 1- 21st Annual Black College Expo @ Los Angeles Convention Center

March 21- SDSU Showcase

April 11- Cal State San Marcos Open House

April 21- San Diego National College Fair @ the San Diego Convention Center

 

Campus Tours:

Visiting a college campus is a great way to learn the culture and atmosphere of a school.  Most Universities offer free campus tours year round.  Contact the individual universities for a free campus tour or attend one of their annual showcases.

08.07.19

Wellness Wednesday

SELF CARE:

Take a moment at the end of each day and list a few good things that have happened. This can help refocus your emotions on all the positive things that happen each day, even when it doesn’t seem like it.

KINDNESS CHALLENGE:

Compliment someone on something great they are doing.

01.26.18

SUHSD Mission Statement

MISSION

Located in the heart of an international border community, the Sweetwater Union High School District ensures a safe, inclusive, collaborative culture that empowers each student to actively engage in a meaningful educational experience to pursue personal and academic success.

 

BELIEF STATEMENTS

  • We believe each student can succeed.
  • We believe in a welcoming community that is inclusive, equitable, and promotes positive academic, social, and emotional well-being.
  • We believe relationships and collaboration matter.
  • We believe resources shall be equitably distributed to ensure the success of each student.
  • We believe in the value of community voice in decision-making.
  • We believe in a culture of trust based on integrity and transparency.