Our 11th annual parent education day will be held on Saturday morning October 26th from 8:30am - 12:00pm. There will be 17 workshop topics available. This day is a chance for us all to work together to help in your teen's success. The workshops are free, fun and informative. Parents of seniors will receive 2 additional free graduation tickets. Free childcare available. Click here for topics.
SFHS is starting it's own alturistic gratitude project of making fleece blankets for children at Whittier Presbyterian and Long Beach Memorial hospitals. In the last two meetings, we have made approximately 100 blankets!! Students, staff and community members are all invited to our next gathering on Wednesday October 23 from 3-4pm in the cafeteria. Click here to read more.
In their biggest appearance yet, the Santa Fe High School Marching Band and Color Guard performed in the 30th annual Central American Parade on Sunday, Sept. 15, in Los Angeles. Watch an upcoming interview to air on Telemundo's "Buenos Dias" at 6 a.m. on Tuesday. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Of the 21,035 public high schools in the U.S., Santa Fe High School is ranked #1891 according to this year's U.S. News & World Report top schools list. Click on the title to follow the link for more details.
Santa Fe High School recently honored its “Top 100” students in academic achievement at a special dinner event held in the Mike Mendez Gymnasium. Held annually, the “Top 100” consists of the 25 highest ranking students in academic achievement in the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. This year, 160 students were honored, with 68 students coming from the freshman class – double the number of freshman from the previous year. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Taking hands-on learning to the next level, a new Automotive Engineering class at Santa Fe is putting students in the driver’s seat of a project to convert a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle into an electric vehicle. Click on the title above to read the full story.
Teachers and students are moving into the school’s new science building, which features four large science lab classrooms and energy-efficient design. Click on the title above for the full story.
Students who work Part-time develop a strong work ethic, gain important job skills, develop self confidence, and acquire a great deal of experience for their future careers. Santa Fe High students who are currently employed part-time, have the opportunity to earn up to 5 school credits per semester. They must enroll in The Work Experience Class, an elective class, which combines supervised paid employment with related classroom instruction. The topics of instruction include how to get a job, how to keep a job, how to leave a job, economic awareness, and career development. Additionally, students develop a personal portfolio, demonstrating their skills and experiences, which they may use to obtain future employment. To enroll in The Work Experience Class, students must have a proper and up to date work permit, currently be employed part-time, be at least 16 years or older, and be an Junior or Senior. Class meets weekly after school on campus in I5, and interested students should visit the College and Career Center in F4 to complete an application.
12:20 PM - 1:00 PM Jostens - Cap and Gown & Ring Orders @ lunch
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Winter Formal @ Knott's Berry Farm