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Announcements from your Principal for the week of June 6: Monday, 6/6 is an A Block Day. The regular school will dismiss at 2 pm and there is a 7th period final for Humanities and Music Academy students. There are NO LATE buses this whole week.... Tuesday through Friday, 6/6 - 6/9, we are on a Minimum Day Schedule with 12:30 pm dismissal for ALL students.... On Tuesday, 6/7, finals for periods 1 and 6. Tuesday, 6 Cap and Gowns disbursed to seniors with last names A-L from 8 am to 11 am. Additional graduation tickets go on sale at the student store.... On Wednesday, 6/8 finals for periods 3 and 5. Wednesday, Cap and Gowns disbursed to seniors with last names M-Z from 8 am to 11 am.... On Thursday, 6/9, finals for periods 2 and 4. This is the last day to clean out PE and regular lockers. Anything left after 12:30 pm on Thursday will be donated to charity.... Friday is a B Day schedule with no finals.... Our Graduation Ceremony is at LMU at 3 pm. There is a $10.00 cost for parking, cash only. Plan to arrive at least an hour early.... Last but not least, Yankees, please remember to adhere to our dress code. Any student inappropriately dressed may be sent home--see the Information tab, School policies-Dress code.

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The Program Offers:

  • Unique experience for students
  • Fun and creative environment where Music and Dance are incorporated with Language, Content, and Culture
  • Student projects, a field trip to a Moroccan restaurant
  • 3 College credits

Date: July 11 - July 29

Place: Hamilton High School

Time: 8:00 - 1:00 face to face and 1 hour online



For Sign Up Sheets, contact the main office OR Email

Ms. El Oudiyi at : touriae@gmail.com

Or Mr. Zaidi at: Mohcinezaidi@yahoo.com


FOR GRADUATING SENIORS, CLASS OF 2016. West LA College is offering a free, one-year intensive training program that empowers low-income young adults to succeed in professional careers and higher education. This program includes:


* 6 months professional training in IT, Finance, or Customer Service

* 6 month corporate internship with a respected company

* Up to 24 college credits

* Weekly educational stipend throughout the program

* Guidance and support from a staff advisor and professional mentor


85% of Year Up graduates are employed or attending college full-time within four months of completing the program. Those employed earn an average starting salary of $18/hr - $36,000/yr for salaried employees.




For the Class of 2017. The Future Achievers in Science and Technology (FAST) programs offer high school seniors from populations that are traditionally underrepresented in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) an opportunity to experience Harvey Mudd College. Participants of FAST will stay overnight in one of their residence halls, take a campus tour, sit in on classes, complete an interview with the Office of Admission, participate in a hands-on computer science workshop and much more. There will also be discussions on admission policies, financial aid opportunities, campus resources and the benefits of pursuing a technical degree at a liberal arts college. 


The FAST Program is free to all participants and includes lodging, meals, and travel accommodations (if applicable). Participants will also receive a fee waiver for a Harvey Mudd College freshman application. Harvey Mudd will host two FAST programs: Sep. 29-Oct. 1 and Nov. 10-12.




Seniors! Those who have applied for FAFSA or the Dream Application can manage your Cal Grants and verify your GPA by creating an account on http://www.webgrants4students.org


Look for green check marks next to your information and GPA. Those with red check marks, please see Ms. Chai in the college office. 



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