Friday, May 17, 2013

Scholarship Night 2013

2013 Scholarship Night Awards Photo Album

Congratulations on a job well done last night at the Scholarship Awards Night. All of your hard work paid off! I'm extremely happy for you and your families and was touched by the kind words I received from some of you and your families after the ceremony.

Please know that the Class of 2013 has much to be proud of:
1. Exceeded the $1 MILLION mark in scholarships won!
2. Submitted more SUHI Foundation applications than all other classes in the history of this scholarship!
3. presented yourself exceptionally well at the Awards Night Ceremony!

All the best!
Mr. K. Smith
Scholarship Counselor

For a complete listing of all scholarship awards received, click here. 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Class of 2015 College and Career Survey

Class of 2015! Use this link to complete your college and career survey after the counselor's presentation with your English class.

Speaker - Physician Assistant with Sharp Hospital

Speaker - Physician Assistant with Sharp Hospital in Room 152, Wednesday, May 22nd, 4:00 pm. All interested students are welcome.

He is a local graduate of Lincoln High School. Completed his undergrad at UCSD, then went on to USC graduate school and completed a degree in Physician Assistant. Speaks fluent Spanish. He's community oriented, loves to talk to students, schools and encourages them to pursue a career in Medicine. Currently working at Sharp Hospital as an E.N.T. (Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist). With Obama Care, there will be a huge demand in this field.

What's a Physician Assistant?

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Class of 2013 Senior Survey!

Class of 2013!

If you haven't done so yet, please complete your senior survey!

No survey, no senior clearance!

Click here!


Summer Programs

Underclassmen! Looking for something fun to do this summer? Check out the awesome programs below!

Fall Diversity Hosting Weekend - We know that the opportunity to visit campus is an important factor in identifying whether Cornell would provide what you are looking for in your college experience. The Fall Engineering Diversity Hosting Weekend (EDHW) is a great chance for you to come see what the College of Engineering and greater Cornell University campus have to offer!

San Diego
California Student Opportunity and Access Program
Summer College Tours
July 26, 2013
7:00 am - 7:00 pm

August 2, 2013
7:00 am - 7:00 pm

The College of Education at San Diego State University has provided an ideal setting to develop a Pre-College Institute with a teaching and research mission. Since 1983 The Institute has built the formal structure to deliver services geared toward the accomplishment of this mission. The Institute has integrated existing federally funded programs to serve underrepresented students and their teachers in low-income neighborhoods.

UCSD Youth Camps and Enrichment Programs 

This exciting program is designed specifically for talented and motivated high school students. The California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science [COSMOS] is a 4-week residential summer program open to entering ninth through exiting twelfth-grade high school students with demonstrated interest and achievement in math and science. 

Need Community Service?

Need Community Service?

How do you get started? Call or email any of the community service opportunities you are interested in. Then say, "Hi I'm ____________ from Sweetwater High School and I'm looking for community service opportunities. Can I please speak with someone who might be able to help me?". Simple as that! Make sure you have a pen and paper to take notes down while you are on the phone! Need help, see your Social Science teacher or counselor!

Here are some community service  suggestions:

(619) 470-5800

Community Services supervisor: (619) 336-4423

Feeding America San Diego is able to provide food to 73,000 different individuals each week because of the help of our wonderful volunteers. - 

Interested in the health field? Volunteer at Paradise Valley Hospital, Volunteers (619) 470-4122

Volunteers help out in many different ways. Most volunteers help out in our warehouse inspecting, sorting, and bagging food packages while others lend their skills in our offices.

Volunteer opportunities with the City of San Diego range from animal shelters, law offices, parks and recreation, voting, and more!

Volunteer the the San Diego Zoo!

We believe youth have the potential to make a difference in huge ways. In our eyes, they are a vital resource bringing energy, innovation and inspiration to the American Red Cross and our goal is to provide them with meaningful opportunities for education, training and volunteer service so that they remain a part of the Red Cross family throughout their lives. 

Join this group on Facebook to get updates on new community service opportunities! 
eeding America San Diego is able to provide food to 73,000 different individuals each week because of the help of our wonderful volunteers. - See more at: