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Click here for the 2016-2017 district-wide calendar.

 

School begins August 15, 2016 and ends June 8, 2017.

 

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12/2/16

The Simon Family Foundation will be holding their annual sophomore recruitment assemblies on Friday, January 13th.

 

Each year, the foundation selects 8 students for this amazing program.

 

This year, our timeline is significantly condensed. Applications, including letters of recommendation, will be due to the counseling office NO LATER THAN Monday, February 6th.

 

The Simon Family Foundation’s “Simon Scholars Program” was created to help economically disadvantaged students who face difficult life circumstances advance themselves through a college education. It is an especially unique scholarship program in that it begins in the summer before a student’s junior year in high school.

 

The Simon Scholars Program offers its participants tools, mentoring and support that create successful college applicants with the ultimate goal of developing confident individuals who remain highly competitive throughout their college years and beyond.

 

The Simon Family Foundation understands that it takes much more than financial support to change lives. Thus, the Foundation has developed and become known for its intensive, hands-on college preparatory support program. Beyond granting a $16,000 college scholarship, we offer our recipients a host of resources aimed at whole-person development while in high school, including leadership and life-skills training, college coaching/application assistance, a notebook computer, SAT/ACT preparation courses and exposure to the arts.

 

An important aspect of the Simon Scholars Program is the creation of strong peer support networks within each of our participating regions. Through involvement in our many programs, our Scholars are presented with opportunities to create meaningful lifetime friendships with students who are similar in their aspirations to achieve, but who reveal a multitude of different backgrounds, cultures and talents. This exposure to a diversity of individuals promotes a broadened life perspective and an enhanced worldview for our Scholars. In addition, we have found that these relationships with other high-achieving individuals provide strong support and positive influences for our students as they overcome obstacles together.

HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (Junior and Senior Years)

Students selected for our Simon Scholars Program will receive the following while participating in various required activities:

  • Notebook Computer
  • SAT/ACT Preparation Course
  • Academic Support
  • College Coaching
  • Annual College Tour
  • Leadership and Life-Skills Training
  • Scholar Teambuilding Events
  • Community Service Projects

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

Students that successfully complete their high school graduation and are in good standing with the Simon Family Foundation will then continue into college with their Simon Scholars College Scholarship. These $16,000 college scholarships (up to $4,000 per year) will be awarded as “needs-“based” scholarships. “Needs-based” scholarships are defined as being “last dollar in” after all other financial assistance has been computed.

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A SIMON SCHOLAR

Upon selection as a Simon Scholar, each student is afforded the opportunity to enjoy a special relationship with the Simon Family Foundation, its Board members, staff and affiliates for the purpose of helping to assure academic and life success with the highest standards of integrity, exemplary performance and continuing access to special resources, both financial and personal. In addition, being a Simon Scholar means that they have become part of a select group of students both at their high school and in the community and that they have been identified as having high potential according to important criteria that are vital to both academic and life successes.

 

Provided with an exceptional investment of time, funds and mentoring from the Foundation, our scholarship recipients are held to a higher standard, and are expected to rise to the occasion of being named a “Simon Scholar”. As a condition of the scholarship, the Foundation requires that its students exhibit solid academic performance, high moral standards/conduct, and meaningful community service while serving as role models for their peers and other youth.

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11/3/16
 

KOCT will now broadcast select Oceanside and El Camino High School varsity football and varsity boys' and girls' basketball games on local TV.

The broadcast games will include Oceanside High School varsity boys' and girls' basketball games, dates to be determined.

KOCT is available on Cox Cable in the City of Oceanside and is available county-wide on AT&T’s U-Verse service (channel 99). They will also stream the games on KOCT.ORG.


 

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10/24/16

Click Here to Print the 2016-2017 Club Schedule

 

Club

Room

Advisor

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thurs.

Fri.

Sat.

Athletic Club GYM Carroll Lunch          

Scholars for Public

Service

C-2

Brinkman

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

   

Global Awareness

C-2

Brinkman

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

   

European Travel Club

C-2

Brinkman

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

   

Spanish Club

N-45

Stickles

     

Lunch

   

History Movie Club

V-130

T. Miller

     

Lunch

   

Art Club

F-19

Ward

           

National Honor Society (NHS)

T-104/MPR

Richman/Stone

   

Lunch

     

Junior Civitan

Choir Room

Ritt/ Chan

       

Lunch

 

Paintball & Video Game Club

T-307

Richman

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

   

Fellowship of Christian Athletes/Christian Club (FCA)

C-10

Zimmerman

     

Lunch

   

Star Wars Club


 

C-8

Driscoll

       

Lunch

 

Be The Resistance Club (BTR)

I-1

Roy

 

2nd & 4th Tues.

Lunch

 

2nd & 4th Tues.

Lunch

   

Health Careers Academy

(HCA students only)

 I-1 Roy  

2nd Tues. After School

       

Drama Club

K-26

Roccoforte

     

Lunch

   

Advanced Placement Club

V-128

Howard

Lunch

         

Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA)

W-135

McKenzie-Jenney

 

Lunch

 

Lunch

   

Fashion & Design Club

K-24

Swanson

 

Lunch

       

Black Student Union

C-9

Lightfoot

     

Lunch

   

Pirates for Change

N-43

Talamantes

 

Lunch

       

Alateen

T-301

McCullough/

Fosnot

   

Alternates class periods

     

Speech & Debate Club

C-7

Villalpando

       

Lunch

 

Anime Club

N-42

Webb

2:30-3:30

         

Chess Club

O-52

Hollingsworth

     

2:30-3:30

   

Driftwood

C-2

Brinkman

   

2:30-3:30

 

2:30-3:30

 

ELD Girls Group

C-5

Martin

   

2:00-3:00

     

Green Machine

O-50

McNeal

   

2:30-3:30

     

Pirate Pics

C10-A

Ruez/Cordner

 

2:30-4:30

       

POP (Poly Outreach Program)

U-123

Solia

   

2nd & 4th Wed 2:30-3:30

2:30-3:30

   

Robotics

T-107

Fogliatti

   

2:30-3:30

     

Show Choir

Dance Rm

Ritt

   

6:00-8:00pm

     

Surf Club

Oside Pier

Munsterman

 

2:30-3:30

     

TBD

Weight Training

Weight Rm

Barrett/Gerardi

3:00-5:00

3:00-5:00

3:00-5:00

3:00-5:00

   

Saturday Scholars

MPR/ Field

Gonzalez

         

10:00am-1:00pm

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