Faculty Counselors Hamilton HS Instructional Technology Plan Professional Development Schedule Tech Support WASC Accreditation
Departments & Small Learning Communities English Learners Magnets Partnerships School for Advanced Studies/GATE Special Education Title 1
AP Courses College Information & Scholarships Testing Transcripts
The Goldman Library
Parent Center Attendance Policy Booster Club Emergency Information Forms Enrollment Important Announcements Meal Application Parent Involvement Policy Governance Councils Parent Handbook Weekly Messages
Academic Policy After School UCLA Programs Associated Student Body Attendance Athletics Bell & Block Schedule Calendar Career Readiness Comprehensive Student Support Federalist JK LIVIN Performances School Map School Policies Senior Class Student Store Summer School Yearbook Replacement ID Card TAP Cards Tech Support Work Permit Information
Contact Us Mission & Vision Podcasts Video Gallery Visitor Parking

News
News Archive

Audience: Job Opportunities and Homepage

The City of Los Angeles is offering high school juniors (Class of 2019) and seniors (Class of 2018) who are interested in the sciences with a great opportunity to participate in a six week paid summer internship!  Selected students will participate in the Summer Introduction to Engineering and Science Program (SITES) with the Department of Public Works Bureau of Sanitation from June 19, 2017 through July 28, 2017. Attached is the flyer with the program requirements.

 

This program includes training sessions, workshops, and educational field trips.  Students will have the opportunity to gain work experience and may explore careers in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Environmental Science.

 

The deadline for all applications is April 24, 2017.  The earlier the application is submitted, the better the chances of being admitted into the program!

 

Please submit documentation to Andrew.Washington@lacity.org.  For more information, call (213) 485-4047.

more
Attachments:
Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/24/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

SUPER SATURDAY

April 1st, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

High School Seniors -- All Parents Welcome

 

Get help with the following:

  • Math/English Assessment Testing
  • Course Advisement
  • Financial Aid
  • Support Programs

RECEIVE PRIORITY ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER/FALL 2017!

Enrollment begins in May... MAKE SURE YOU ARE READY!

 

RSVP at the link provided.

more
Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/23/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

GRADUATING SENIORS (CLASS OF 2017).

 

Year Up is a no-cost, one-year intensive training and internship program that prepares young adults for successful careers in technology and business operations. Receive professional training in technology and business operations, a paid internship, an education stipend and college credits. 

 

WHO CAN APPLY?

  • 18-24 years old
  • High school graduate or GED recipient
  • Of low to moderate income
  • A U.S. Citizen, permanent resident, or have an employment authorization card
  • Available 5 days a week (Monday-Friday) for the full year of the program
  • Highly motivated to learn new technical and professional skills

APPLY AT THE LINK PROVIDED.

more
Attachments:
Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/23/17

Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

The USC Center for Applied Molecular Medicine (CAMM) and the USC Westside Cancer Center (WCC) are accepting applications for the 7th annual CAMM Junior Fellows Program. This is a unique program designed to foster scientific achievement for rising high school seniors (Class of 2018) interested in clinical or research oncology. We believe that passion, coupled with outstanding aptitude, are the hallmarks for success. This program fosters scientific education by incorporating hands-on experimentation in a collaborative environment. As part of our mission to inspire and cultivate the scientists of tomorrow, this free 3- week course is made possible through the generous support of our donors. 

 

THIS PROGRAM IS FREE AND RUNS FROM JUNE 14TH-30TH. PLEASE CLICK ON THE ATTACHMENT FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS APRIL 7, 2017

more
Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/8/17

Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

For current 10th and 11th grade girls. Barnard provides a wonderful opportunity for students to enjoy a pre-college experience and college preparation while exploring New York City. Among their programs, they have two, Summer in the City and Liberal Arts Intensive, that allow students to choose from an array of subjects including writing, literature, art, theatre, film studies, psychology, computer science, architecture, religion, political science and more. The Young Women's Leadership Institute is a 9-day program that focuses on leadership and gender studies. In addition, there is Dance in the City, which takes advantage of dance performances across the city, technique classes at The Ailey Extension at the Joan Weill Center for Dance, a STEM program, and Entrepreneurs-in-Training, an immersive 10-day program. 

 

For the 4-week students, they also offer 4-week workshops with Admissions Counselors as well as visits to workplaces around NYC as part of their Beyond the Gates series about life in and after college. 

 

For more information, including dates and fees, please click on the link provided. Students may apply for partial and full need-based scholarships. 

 

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MARCH 31, 2017. 

more
Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 2/8/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

The Los Angeles College Promise will increase the number of community college graduates, university transfer and workforce-ready students throughout our region. It is a partnership between Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), City of Los Angeles, LA Chamber of Commerce, UNITE LA and private philanthropy.

Through LA Promise, the LAUSD class of 2017 can receive free tuition for the first year and other additional benefits including participation in a Summer Bridge program; assistance completing financial aid forms; priority registration for classes (move to the front of the line); success coaching and tutoring; and a structured class schedule.

To qualify:

  • The student must be a 2017 graduate of an LAUSD regular or charter school
  • The student must complete a FAFSA and/or BOG Fee Wavier application
  • The student must attend full time (12 to 15 units) 

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER FOR AN INFORMATION SESSION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK. 

 

more
Attachments:
Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/13/16

Audience: Associated Student Body, Clubs and Homepage

American Indian Student Resources Center (AISRC)

  julianasuzukawa1@gmail.com

Anime Kurabu

  nwizzinw@gmail.com

Architecture Club

  pradoelena0525@gmail.com

Asian Student Association

  lilianawilf@yahoo.com

Best Buddies

  cheychey69@hotmail.com

BIT Leadership

  tita-diaz147@yahoo.com

Black and Brown Empowerment Program

  larryarmstrongkizzee@yahoo.com

Black Student Union

  arethabernard@gmail.com

Book Nook

  shaaron_sagastume@yahoo.com

Brady Teens Club

  freddycushner@aol.com

Computer Science Club

  jeshu.bheeman@gmail.com

Crafters United

 

  fuyuotaku@gmail.com
   

Creative Writing

  tanzieluvsu13@gmail.com

Cyber Patriot

  rafael.enciso218@gmail.com

Dream Activist Leaders of Los Angeles (DALLA)

alecabgon@gmail.com

Debate Club

  camillemfe@yahoo.com

Desi

  sanjaykunnath338@gmail.com

DIY Club

  jessicaax04@gmail.com

Eliana Yeager

Home elianayeager@gmail.com

Environmental Club, Animal Welfare, Key Club, Habitat for Humanity

  lilianawilf@yahoo.com

Film Club

  doroteamurray@gmail.com

First Robotics Team 5510: The Da Vinci Coders

  hamiteam5510@gmail.com

Gay-Straight Alliance

  elenamovies@aol.com

Girls Academic Leadership Academy

Awesomenesss, Music school

School, Parents

  niagabster@gmail.com

Hamilton Against Hunger

Hot Topic

  jackieh160@gmail.com
   

Hamilton Authors

  elianayeager@gmail.com

Hamilton Business Club

  ariazarifpour@gmail.com

Hamilton JPL Teams

  hamihighengineering@gmail.com

The Hamilton Unbeatable Guitar Society

  rachmielk@gmail.com

Helpers for Miracle Marrow Matches (H3M)

  jiminkim905@gmail.com

Hip Hop Movement Club

  ilovemonroy@gmail.com

Hugs In A Basket

  zoewilf@gmail.com

Hurricane Help

  jordanmichelb@gmail.com
  jpleichenger@yahoo.com

Jesus Club

  alonzoperez1118@icloud.com

Jewish Student Union

  imidgen@gmail.com
   

Knitting Club ( Stitch & ....)

  talyahavivi@gmail.com

Korean Culture Club

  hawnibb@gmail.com

LaSO

  elizabethh85@yahoo.com

Literature Club

  lilianawilf@yahoo.com

Makeup Club

  songstarb@gmail.com

Math Help Club

  michaelamit456@gmail.com

Math Tutoring Club

  sayani.rukhsar@gmail.com

Mecha de UCLA

  alonzoperez1118@icloud.com

Men In Training

  frostedloopz@hotmail.com

MSM Leadership

  pradoelena0525@gmail.com

Music Technology Club

  fuyuotaku@gmail.com
   

Music Theory Society

  rachmielk@gmail.com

Nevians

  benapt35@gmail.com

Otateu May Cry / Anime Club

  jbirton17@gmail.com

Penn Model Congress

  jpleichenger@yahoo.com

Photography Club

franco_achacoso@yahoo.com

Physics Seminar

  booktiger@gmail.com

Piano Club

  gwhiting14@gmail.com

Politics Club

  imidgen@gmail.com
   
   

Queens: Black and Intersectional Feminism Club

  ragsdalelanay@yahoo.com

Recording And Music Business Club

  trevorsilbert@gmail.com

Science Bowl

  camtg12@gmail.com

Senior Class Club

  nickmurga45@gmail.com

Student For Gender Equality

  srmwestwood@gmail.com

Students for Disability Awareness

  emmaerenmark@gmail.com

Tefillin Club

  orensaghian@yahoo.com

Truth Be Told

  ozjose.escarcega@gmail.com
  cable.tyler@yahoo.com

Youth Fulfillment Club

  anaesmeraldamendez@gmail.com
more
Attachments:
Posted by: RAFAEL ENCISO
Published: 9/16/16