Monday, October 23, 2023

SUHi Money Monday - Income Caps?

Happy #SUHiMoneyMonday Red Devils!

No matter how much money your family makes, you are eligible for financial aid.

First step is to create your FSA ID! Go to to get started!

FAFSA and CaDAA open in December!

Have questions? See your counselor!


Monday, October 16, 2023

Tutoring October & November


SUHi Monday Monday: Do You Need Money For College?


Attention seniors!

Do you need money for college?

It is important that you submit your FAFSA/CaDAA to increase your chances of receiving the financial aid you are eligible for.

What is the difference between the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the California Dream Act Application (CaDAA):

The first step for all students, parents, and legal guardians applying through the FAFSA will be to register for a Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID.

We encourage students and their contributors (parents) to create an FSA ID as early as possible to be ready for the December opening of the FAFSA and CaDAA.

How to video here:

Counselors will call you out on SUHi Money Mondays in Novmeber to help with your FSA ID.

Remember, if you do not have a SSN, it’s OK! You are still eligible for financial aid.


See Ms. Luansing afterschool in the counseling center.

Saturday, October 14, 2023

October 2023 Scholarship Bulletin

October 2023 Scholarship Bulletin now available!

Applying for scholarships is beneficial as they can significantly reduce the financial burden of education, open doors to opportunities, recognize achievements, and enhance your academic and personal development.

Class of 2024 Google Classroom: thw7gmh

Thursday, October 12, 2023

University of Colorado, Boulder - Full Ride Scholarship


The Morgan Family Foundation/SUHI Foundation has opened its FULL RIDE scholarship to the Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder. Please share with your students. There will be a virtual info meeting, and students must pre-register.

Wednesday, October 11, 2023

Counselor Chats - Nov 15th

We invite all parents to meet with our dedicated counselors. Join us to discuss your child's academic progress, well-being, and any concerns you may have. Your insights are invaluable in ensuring the success and support of your child's educational journey. Let's work together for their bright future!


Red Ribbon Week: Parent Presentation - Get Real About Drugs

We invite you to a crucial drug awareness workshop, where we'll address the dangers of deadly drugs. Join us for a frank discussion, learn about prevention, and discover vital resources. Your presence can make a significant difference.

Let's protect our children together.

October 25th will be in English, 6PM
October 26th ,Thursday in Spanish, 11am.


Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Our Safe Space: October 2023

Hello Our Safe Place Community:

Happy October! We hope you're all doing well and are ready for an exciting month ahead.

As always, we're here to provide support and a sense of belonging for everyone in our community.

We're thrilled to share our October calendar with you, full of engaging activities and events:

📅 October Calendar Highlights 📅

10/15: Field Trip at 4PM 🚌 Join us for an adventure as we embark on a field trip this month! Keep an eye out for updates and details about this exciting outing on our Instagram page! (Program Participants Only)

10/31: Halloween Movie Night at 4PM 🎬👻 Get ready for some spooky fun as we celebrate Halloween with a movie night. Dress up in your favorite costumes and join us for an evening filled with treats, tricks, and cinematic delights.

We always welcome your questions and feedback, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us at Our team is here to assist you in any way we can. Remember, we offer a range of services, including tours, one-on-one support for parents, presentations, and training sessions. If you have specific needs or ideas for collaboration, please reach out to us.

Wishing you all a fantastic start to the spooky season! 🍂🎃


Upcoming University Presentations

Planning to apply to a 4-year University? Want to learn more about the admissions process and overall campus going culture at some universities?

Join us for in person university presentations. (*) virtual presentations

SUHi Wellness Message: October 2023

Be present.

Welcome back students. It’s time to re-focus and get back into the swing of things. Sometimes we are focused on our problems, what happened last week. But it's important to learn to enjoy where you are today, while you are on your way to where you're going. 

Life is not always about the destination; it's about the journey, with all the bumps in the road, the disappointments, the things you don't understand. Too often we rush through the day, trying to force our way through the challenges and setbacks. 

It's important to slow down and enjoy the journey. Focus on what you need to be doing now, maybe it's homework, maybe it's chores. Take it one day at a time and stay in the present.

Be Well Red Devils!


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If you or someone you know is experiencing emotional distress, please call or text 988 to speak with a trained crisis counselor 24/7/365.


Organizers seek 300 volunteers for two Chula Vista sites 

The City of Chula Vista and the South Bay Sustainable Communities Network are calling for volunteers to register for the 20th annual Beautify Chula Vista Day neighborhood cleanup on Saturday, October 21. 

The event will be held from 8:30 a.m. to noon, and volunteers can choose from two Chula Vista locations to participate in beautification activities: Chula Vista Animal Care Facility - 130 Beyer Way, Chula Vista, CA 91911 Memorial Bowl at Memorial Park - 373 Park Way, Chula Vista, CA 91910 

 Volunteers will help remove graffiti and clean up litter from streets, parks, and neighborhoods. Approximately 300 volunteers are needed to make a lasting impact.

 Participants must provide their own transportation, and are advised to wear appropriate clothing and shoes, bring work gloves, a refillable water bottle and snacks or lunch. This is a great opportunity for students to earn community service hours and for residents to get involved by lending a helping hand in their community. 

 All volunteers must register prior to the event. For details and registration for individuals or groups, please visit For registration questions, please contact the City’s Environmental Services Division at or (619) 691-5122.