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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/7/17




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Published: 10/16/17




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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 8/28/17




Audience: Homepage, College, College Corner, College Information & Scholarships, Parents and Sunday Night Messages

 


Parents and students!  Did you know you can take college classes on the Hamilton HS campus after school for FREE?!?!?!  Please come to one of the 2 registration sessions this week to get more information.  This is a great way to earn college credits and fulfill high school graduation requirements at the same time (plus, it looks AMAZING on your college applications).

 

Classes are open to all students, as long as you don't have a period 7 class on your schedule.

 

Need VAPA (Visual and Performing Arts) credits?  One West LA Art Class will meet the year long VAPA requirement!

 

Need your LOTE credits (Language other than English)?  Two semesters of ASL (American Sign Language) will give you the 2 years of LOTE that is required to graduate.

 

Want to explore the world of Business?  We have 2 classes to help you on your way to being an entrepreneur.

 

Interested in Robotics and Coding?  Then Intro to Computer Science is the class for you.

 

For more information, please e-mail Hamilton's College Counselor, Ms. Chai: jessica.chai@lausd.net.

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Posted by: Stephanie Lartelier
Published: 8/18/17




Audience: Homepage

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Posted by: Andrea Schwartz
Published: 8/2/17




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Posted by: KevinAdmin Schulte
Published: 7/24/17




Audience: Homepage, Booster Club, Governance Councils, Governance Councils, Important Announcements, Parent Center, Parents and Weekly Messages

Greetings Hami Family,

 

This has been an amazing year, and I am honored to have worked with so many families through our new Parent Center!  We are still growing, and the school in general, will have PLENTY OF VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES throughout the year!  It is my goal to start the year off in August with as many LAUSD processed volunteers as possible! Even if you have previously volunteered at Hamilton and/or currently processed at another school, you still must process. Will you help out?  Will you give of yourself on behalf of our children?  If you have a desire to volunteer, please see the attached procedures, and/or visit your Hami Parent Center.

 

Thanks in Advance,

 

Ms. Tyler

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Published: 5/31/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage


 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 5/31/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage


Please list “UCLA-LAUSD Collaborative” in the box that asks, “WHAT GROUP OR ORGANIZATION INVITED YOU TO APPLY TO THIS PROGRAM?”

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 2ND.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 5/22/17




Audience: Associated Student Body and Homepage

 

 

The South Robertson Festival is on Sunday, June 4th, 2017 from 11AM to 4PM!  The single-day Festival includes activities for kids, a wide range of food, a live music stage and lots of exciting artist and vendor booths.  This form is for students who wish to volunteer for the festival.  Please provide information thoroughly and to the best to your ability so we may be able to contact you.  (In addition to community service hours, there's a free food and a SoRo Fest t-shirt!)

 

Please note that Seniors will have the opportunity to make up their absences with 4 hours of community service per day missed.

 

Please Follow the link bellow to apply to work at the SoRo Festival 

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScev_0wjDTek5ha4-nYO1qiqns7WzXUZLKlqW6s0-CBF-uUqw/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Since 1997, the SoRo Community Festival has built bridges amongst our neighbors, local businesses and public service organizations and celebrated the cultural diversity of our community. Co-sponsored by SORO NC and organized by our friends at the SoRo Community Foundation, Inc., the Festival is located on South Robertson Boulevard, between Cattaraugus and Beverlywood St. (just north of Hamilton High School and the 10 Freeway).

The single-day Festival includes activities for kids, a wide range of food, a live music stage and lots of exciting artist and vendor booths.

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Posted by: RAFAEL ENCISO
Published: 5/17/17




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Save the Dates for Registration Days

 

12th grade - August 1

11th grade - August 2

10th grade - August 3

 

9th grade - Last name A - L August 8

9th grade - Last name M - Z August 9

 

Make-up day August 10 

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Posted by: KevinAdmin Schulte
Published: 4/28/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

NeuroCamp is a FREE introductory neuroscience laboratory summer program developed by UCLA's Brain Research Institute (BRI) that is geared toward high school students of all academic backgrounds who are considering STEM education in college.  NeuroCamp 2017 will be held over a two-week period (three days each week) in July, and all interested students are encouraged to apply!

 

Applications are due by May 15. 

 

Click on the flyer for more information and how to apply. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/20/17




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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/17/17




Audience: Job Opportunities and Homepage

Juniors (Class of 2018!) The Superintendent’s Summer Scholar Program is an internship program created by L.A. Unified Superintendent Michelle King to enable high school students to gain firsthand experience in career fields that interest them. Students selected for the program work for six weeks in one of L.A. Unified’s diverse departments. For a description of participating departments, visit achieve.lausd.net/summerscholar and click on “About L.A. Unified Departments.” Each Scholar is paired with an L.A. Unified supervisor in the department where they work. This supervisor gives assignments to the Scholar and provides ongoing guidance, oversight, and support. In addition, all of the Summer Scholars come together on a weekly basis for professional development trainings. During these trainings, the Scholars learn a variety of professional skills, such as how to excel in job interviews and how to deliver great verbal presentations. At the end of the summer, students present a summary of what they have experienced and learned.

 

How much is each Summer Scholars paid?

The 2017 Summer Scholars will be paid $10.50/hour for the hours they work in June 2017, and $12.00/hour for the hours they work in July 2017.

 

Who is eligible to participate in the Superintendent’s Summer Scholar Program?

L.A. Unified students who are currently juniors in high school (Class of 2018) are eligible to participate in this program. Question: When does this year’s Summer Scholar program start? When does it end? Answer: The first day of the internship is June 19, 2017. The final day is six weeks later, on July 28, 2017. 

 

Deadline to apply is May 5, 2017. Please click on the attachment for more information and the link to apply. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/17/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture is very pleased to announce the second year of

FORM Academy - a multidisciplinary summer arts program for 25 high school students (entering 10th

- 12th graders) from under-resourced schools in Los Angeles County. We are looking for participants

who are imaginative, energetic and curious; interested in exploring the arts and creativity in an inter-disciplinary format; and who want to experience what life might be like on a university campus.

 

This summer, FORM Academy will be offered from August 1 through August 12. This is a FREE nine-day studio arts program including a public presentation on Saturday, August 12 for friends and families. Working with graduate mentors and UCLA faculty, FORM students will explore a range of art media such as video, painting, architecture, electronic arts and more - as well as participate in museum and campus tours, career discussions for fields in the arts, and an overnight stay in the dorms.

 

In addition to free tuition and the overnight stay in the dorms, all art supplies, instructional materials, lunches and snacks are provided throughout the program - but transportation to campus is not. Each selected student must be able to provide his/her own transportation to and from campus for the duration of the program.

 

Applications will be accepted from May 10, 2017 through May 25, 2017 via email or mail.

 

Please click on the attachments for more information and the application. 

 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/17/17




Audience: Booster Club, Governance Councils, Governance Councils, Important Announcements, Parent Center, Parents, School Site Council, Sunday Night Messages, Weekly Messages and Homepage

Good Day Hami Parents,

 

As some of you may already know, LAUSD is converting to PassPort, with "Schoology" as  the grade book component replacing "SchoolLoop," and ALL TEACHERS will be MANDATED to use this vital informational tool for parents to track and monitor our children's progress, as well as update important information and communicate with each child's learning team.

 

ALL PARENTS WILL NEED TO ENROLL IN A PASSPORT ACCOUNT PRIOR TO AUGUST 2017, but most of its function are up and running, and can be utilized by parents now!

 

PLEASE ATTEND OUR APRIL "PASSPORT TRAINING SESSION:"

 

Tuesday, April 18, 2017, from 8:30-9:30am, in your Hami Parent Center, Rm. 109.

 

Thanks in Advance~

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Posted by: Jsané Tyler
Published: 4/13/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

Program participants attend powerful workshops and seminars that will enhance leadership skills, academic preparedness, self-esteem, cultural awareness, and provide an understanding of state and local government. Travel, housing, and meals are provided. FREE of cost to all participants. 

 

Sacramento Leadership Conference

July 22-29, 2017

 

Los Angeles Institute

August 11-13, 2017

 

For current 10th (2019) and 11th (2018) grade students. 

 

Deadline to apply is April 19th, 2017. Please click on the link for more information and to apply. 

 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/28/17




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  
 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

 

To be eligible, applicants should meet the following criteria:

    • Must be a sophomore, junior or senior in high school by the start of the program.
    • Please note the senior applicant pool is extremely competitive. Senior applicants should work with their counselor to submit the best application possible.
    • Have a strong academic record ("B" average or better)
    • Demonstrated leadership skills and active involvement at school and in the community
    • First-generation college student 
    • Prior experience in or knowledge of business is not required

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MAY 19, 2017. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK FOR MORE INFO AND TO APPLY. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/27/17




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Published: 3/27/17




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.

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Published: 3/24/17




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.

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




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.

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




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Published: 3/9/17




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Published: 3/8/17




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

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




Audience: Job Opportunities and Homepage

High School Juniors (Class of 2018). The Intern Project (TIP) provides outstanding high school students from schools across LA County the chance to work in dynamic career areas through internships of four or more weeks during your summer break. For summer 2017, they have collaborated with LAUSD leadership, worked in partnership with the Linked Learning initiative and built unique partnerships with high profile businesses to create this unique experience.

 

Carefully selected LA County students will work with leading businesses in fields they are passionate about including healthcare, film production, new media and digital design, finance, interior design, and engineering.

 

To be eligible:

 

* A high school student in LA County, at least 16 years of age, in good academic standing (3.0 GPA and above)

* Available to work a minimum of 4 weeks (full-time or part-time) during the summer

* Knowledge and use of social media, and, above all, have a passion to work in one of the identified fields: (1) Arts, Media, & Entertainment, (2) Energy, Environment, & Utilities, (3) Health Science & Medical Technology, (4) Government, Philanthropy, & Social Impact.

 

DEADLINE TO APPLY HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MARCH 5TH.

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Published: 3/1/17




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

The College Camp Series features free, bilingual, half-day, college preparation workshops held in various cities around the country. The programs are designed to help middle and high school students – and their parents – prepare, plan, and pay for college. Breakout session topics include preparing for and applying to college, choosing a college that’s the right fit, writing a personal statement, researching financial aid and scholarship opportunities, and understanding the real cost of a college education. Students are grouped by grade level, and parents can choose to receive information in either English or Spanish. Participants have the opportunity to interact with HSF Scholars, Alumni, and supporters, including local business leaders, sponsors, and educators. Each event concludes with a motivational address.

 

DATE AND TIME

Sat, March 4, 2017

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

 

LOCATION

Loyola Marymount University - Burns Recreation Center

1 LMU Drive

Los Angeles, California 90045

 

REGISTER AT THE LINK PROVIDED.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 2/27/17




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

Please bring the following financial documents, if available:

 

* Federal income tax returns from 2015

* W-2 forms, paycheck stubs or any records of earned income

* Current bank statements and records of stocks, bonds, or other investments.

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE ATTACHMENT FOR A LIST OF LOCATIONS AND DATES. MANY OF THE WORKSHOPS ARE THIS SATURDAY, 2/25.

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Published: 2/24/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

Summer Coding Leadership Academy is a summer program for young men of color currently enrolled in 8th, 9th, or 10th grade and equips them with skills in technology and entrepreneurship over the course of 10 weeks. During that time - in addition to learning programming key concepts and business development - they are assigned a mentor, they build an application that will be entered in the demo day competition (where they have a chance to win up to $2000), and they take a trip up to the Bay Area. The program is COMPLETELY FREE! The young men must be willing to grind and put in the work to improve themselves and their community.

 

Program dates: June 14th, 2017 - August 5th, 2017

 

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MARCH 9TH.

 

Please click on the link to apply.

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Published: 2/24/17




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

Will be available all day tomorrow in the library until the end of the school day. Please bring the following items to help complete your application.


 

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Published: 2/23/17




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

This course is taken online through the University of Pennsylvania. How to Apply to College will empower learners of all backgrounds to demystify and better understand the college search and selection process, combining the expertise of an Ivy League admissions office and a leading college access and success organization. Led by expert educators, including Eric J. Furda, Dean of Admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Sean Vereen, President of Steppingstone Scholars, Inc., the course will help students, family members, college counselors and any inquisitive learner to navigate each stage from the start of the college search process through the transition into a college environment.

Through dialogue with students applying to and currently in college as well as campus advocates, How to Apply to College also aims to close the information gap for students who may be the first in their family to attend college and students who are underrepresented in higher education.

A range of video and web resources are provided through a collaboration with a number of educational partners including The Common Application, with nearly 700 colleges on the application platform, and Raise.me, which provides a new way for high school students to earn money for college starting in 9th grade based on their achievements in school and life. Other resources and tools featured in the course include Naviance, College Greenlight, College Scorecard, BigFuture by the College Board, College and Pell Abacus, ZeeMee and Federal Student Aid.

 

Click on the link provided for more info and to enroll.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 2/9/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

The Smithsonian Latino Center’s Young Ambassadors Program (YAP) is a nationally recognized program for graduating high school seniors that fosters the next generation of Latino leaders in the arts, sciences, and humanities via the Smithsonian Institution and its resources.

A national college preparatory and leadership program for graduating high school seniors that fosters the next generation of Latino leaders in the arts, sciences, and humanities via the Smithsonian Institution 
and its resources.
Participate in a week long pre-professional and pre-collegiate seminar in Washington, D.C. at the Smithsonian focusing on Latino perspectives with peers from all over the nation.Complete a four-week interdisciplinary internship program at a museum or other cultural institution in one of 17 cities in the United States and Puerto Rico. Explore careers in the Arts, Sciences and Humanities and meet Latino Leaders. Enhance networking skills and knowledge
 

Expenses and Program Stipend
 

Participation in the Young Ambassadors Program includes meals and accommodations for the duration of the one-week training seminar, round-trip travel costs to Washington, D.C., and a program stipend.

To be eligible for the program, you must:
 

*Be a high school senior graduating in 2017
*Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident of the United States with a valid Social Security Number at the time of application
*DACA students may apply as long as they have proof of DACA status, a valid work authorization permit, and a valid Social Security Number at the time of application
*Have a minimum weighted cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale.
*Be fluent in English
*Be enrolled full-time in a degree-seeking program at an accredited college of university (2 or 4 year institution) (enrollment will be verified for the fall 2017)
*Commit to participate in the one-week training seminar at the Smithsonian Institution and complete a four-week paid summer internship

DUE MARCH 9TH. Apply at the link provided.

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




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. 

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




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

Sophomores and Juniors! The UC Davis Young Scholars Program is a summer residential research program designed to expose approximately 40 high achieving high school students to the world of original research in the natural sciences with emphases on the biological, environmental and agricultural sciences. To be eligible for the summer of 2017, students must be currently enrolled as sophomores or juniors in high school. UC Davis Young Scholars Program participation is not limited to California students. Participants in the 2017 UC Davis Young Scholars Program will work one-on-one with research faculty and research groups in state of the art laboratories for six weeks. Each student will work on an individual project and prepare a journal quality paper and symposium presentation about their work. In addition to scientific research, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program strives to introduce participants to the climate and culture of living and working on a university campus. Staff make every effort to model the experiences that participants will have during their first years of college.

 

Open to all students regardless of citizenship or location. Participants must be 16 years old by the date the program begins, but not 18 years old before the date that the program ends.

 

Program dates: June 25 - August 5, 2017

 

FEE REDUCTIONS BASED ON NEED ARE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED ACCEPTED STUDENTS. DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MARCH 16, 2017. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK FOR MORE INFO AND TO APPLY. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 1/27/17




Audience: Associated Student Body and Homepage

SnowBall Refunds will be given this Friday January 27, starting nutrition at the Student Store.

 

Please Bring the Following Items: 

SnowBall Ticket 

- Student ID ( or any form of valid Identification)

 

Thank you for your time. 

 

- ASB Hamilton 

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Posted by: RAFAEL ENCISO
Published: 1/25/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

The school experience survey is here.  We need your immediate feedback to evaluate areas in which Hamilton HS is meeting the needs of our students and areas in which we need improvement.  Please complete the school survey by using the following link: Click here to take the survey

 

or copy and paste the following URL:

 

bit.ly/lausd2017

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Posted by: Kevin Schulte
Published: 1/23/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

Caminos al Futuro is a full scholarship residential summer program that engages qualified juniors (class of 2018) in academic leadership development. Selected candidates will demonstrate outstanding academic scholarship and a commitment to service and leadership within Hispanic or  Latino communities. All selected students will receive a full scholarship that covers roundtrip transportation to Washington DC, and the cost of attendance. 

 

Through academic discourse, meetings with leaders and policy makers, service learning, and site visits around Washington, D.C., participants will develop an applied understanding of critical issues facing Hispanic and Latinx communities as they prepare for their roles as future leaders.

 

Program dates: July 2 - 21, 2017

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY. DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MARCH 2, 2017. 

 

 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 1/23/17




Audience: Homepage and College Information & Scholarships

Sign up for a 1-day event where you learn exciting and innovative skills from UCLA students at the UCLA campus. Splash is an academic outreach initiative that offers high school students a chance to take fun, innovative, and exciting classes designed and taught by students, faculty, and alumni at UCLA. Splash UCLA will offer students courses ranging from anything to everything; from artificial intelligence to nanotechnology, you’ll find a plethora of cool topics, across many subjects, that you never even knew existed.

 

Classes are free and one day only this Saturday, January 28, 2017. 

 

SIGN UP AS A STUDENT AT THE LINK PROVIDED. 

 

 

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Published: 1/22/17




Audience: Diego Alva, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Homepage

The school experience survey is here.  We need your immediate feedback to evaluate areas in which Hamilton HS is meeting the needs of our students and areas in which we need improvement.  Please complete the school survey by using the following link: Click here to take the survey

 

or copy and paste the following URL:

 

bit.ly/lausd2017

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Diego Alva
Published: 1/17/17




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

This program provides Black, Latino, & Native American rising juniors (Class of 2018) with a 3.5 or higher GPA with mentors, tools, and resources to complete a competitive UC colllege application and the opportunity to get a close, personal look at UC Berkeley.

 

Students are introduced to college life, given admissions feedback on personal statements, financial aid information, and mentoring throughout the application process during the summer and school year. 

 

Requirements:

 

* Identify as Black, Latino, or Native

* Minimum 3.5 unweighted GPA

* consider Berkeley in top 3 college choices

* Attend a CA high school

 

Deadline to apply is March 24th, 2017.

 

Please click on the link to apply. 

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Published: 1/12/17




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

Harvey Mudd College presents the Women's Introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (WISTEM) program on February 23-25, 2017 for current female juniors. 

 

WISTEM includes a two-night stay on campus as well as a nine-month online engagement, Students are required to participate in both components of the program. The campus visit will teach participants the benefits of pursuing a technical degree at a liberal arts college while exploring life at a residential college. This part of the program will include a stay in the residence halls, class visits, lab tours, hands-on STEM workshops, and more! The online component will feature monthly webinars with women STEM professionals and Harvey Mudd admission and financial aid officers. Students will also complete online math and computer sciences courses, to supplement their preparation for college.

 

WISTEM is absolutely free. Students who fully participate in the residential and online components of the program will receive a letter of completion from the program director. Participants will also be eligible for a fee waiver for their HMC freshman application. 

 

Deadline to apply is January 20, 2017.

 

Please click on the link for more information and to apply. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 1/12/17




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. 

 

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




Audience: Job Opportunities and Homepage

The Community Internship Program is an innovative program in the Los Angeles Jewish community that combines paid internships in dynamic and impactful Jewish non-profit organizations with workshops that develop professional real-world skills and mentorship from Jewish adult role models. Interns will work full-time (9:00am-4:00pm) Monday-Thursday and will earn $12 an hour for their time
in the workplace and in trainings. Interns will spend Fridays (9:00am-2:00pm) together as a group to develop real world skills, engage in team-building activities, Jewish learning and self-reflection. The
Friday trainings will focus on areas that teens themselves said they were most interested in working on: resume writing, public speaking, interview skills, etc. The program will culminate in a commencement
celebration for interns, families, friends and Jewish community leaders. Program dates are from June 15 - July 14, 2017.

 

Deadline to apply is January 17, 2017. Please click on the link for more information and to apply.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/5/16




Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

LAUSD students who have taken the 2016 PSAT can receive personalized practice for the SAT free and exclusively from Khan Academy.

 

Receive:

* Practice tests and more

* A tailored practice plan

* Interactive practice

* Instant feedback

 

View the attached flyer for more information. Instructions on how to link are also included.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/4/16




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

For current juniors (Class of 2018)! The University of Southern California is pleased to announce the creation of USC Bovard Scholars, a new program which aims to help high-achieving students with financial need gain admission to and succeed at the nation's top universities. Scholars will receive admission and financial aid guidance, comprehensive test preparation, personalized career exploration and leadership development opportunities. The program includes an intensive, three-week residential experience during the summer on the USC campus and personal coaching throughout the college application and decision-making process, all at no cost to the student. Scholars will engage with guest speakers, industry experts, career specialists and recent college graduates to define their personal pathway to college and beyond. 

 

The summer program is set to run July 16-August 5, 2017. During their senior year, Scholars will work with their coaches to receive support and feedback as questions arise. Space in the program is limited. 

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK PROVIDED FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY. DEADLINE IS 2/17/2017.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/2/16




Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

Princeton welcomes 35-40 high school students from low-income backgrounds every summer to Princeton's campus for an intensive, 10-day seminar on journalism. The program's goal is to diversify college and professional newsrooms by encouraging outstanding students from low-income backgrounds to pursue careers in journalism. All expenses, including students' travel costs to and from Princeton, are paid for by the program. Students who attend the program come from across the country. The program will enter its sixteenth summer in 2017. It will take place from August 4 to August 14.

 

To be eligible:

* Must currently be a junior in high school

* Must live in the United States

* Must have a minimum 3.5 unweighted GPA

* Must have an interest in journalism

* Household income must not exceed $45,000

 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY. DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 24, 2017. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/2/16




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
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Posted by: RAFAEL ENCISO
Published: 9/16/16