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Summer School

10th-12th Grade

Monday-Friday (Except July 4th)

Session 1: June 23rd - July 7th

Session 2: July 7th - 18th


9th Grade

Monday-Friday (Except July 4th)

Session 1: June 30th - July 14th

Session 2: July 14th - 25th



7:30 am - 10:40 am

10:40 am - 11:10 Lunch

11:10 am - 11:20 Passing

11:20 am - 2:20 Period 2

Senior Information

SENIOR PORTRAITS: Sanford Studios, (562) 698-0071


Cap and gown, ring, and announcements information:

Jostens, (949) 379-3920


YEARBOOK price June $100.

Purchase Yearbook in Room C-214 during nutrition or lunch.


PANORAMA picture,  June 17th, big gym, wear your gown.

Picture available for purchase at that time, $23, $26 if laminated.

Summer Internship Program

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is proud to offer its High School student Summer Internship program, a great opportunity for high school students in the Los Angeles area. The program offers an opportunity to learn about the transportation industry while applying classroom theories and concepts to “real-world” work situations at the nation’s third largest public transportation agency. The five week program will start on June 23, 2014 and end on July 25, 2014. Interns will earn $9/hour and work Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 3:00pm.

Eligibility requirements:

· Be current Junior or Senior

· Must be at least 16 years or older

· Be in good academic standing (3.0 GPA or higher)

· Have a high school ID or CA driver’s license

· Be a US Citizen

· Have experience performing office clerical duties

· Familiar with Microsoft Office is highly desirable



· Read, write, speak and understand English

· Follow oral and written instructions

· Assist departments in completing projects

· Maintain positive relationships with colleagues

Job Duties:

· Develops and maintains filing systems, record and logs including computerized


· Assists departments with administrative duties

· Scan, email, fax and shred documents

· Maintains, supports and promotes a safe work environment while complying

  with metro’s safety rules, policies and procedures

Dress Attire:

Student interns are expected to come to work dressed appropriately for a professional business environment. Business attire includes button collar shirts, ties, pants suits, skirts, blouses, dresses and slack. Jeans are NOT permitted.


To apply please email your resume along with a copy of your last report card to rrose@communitycareer.org

Bully Free Zone

Bully Free Zone


U.S. Department of Education


The site encourages children, parents, educators, and communities to take action to stop and prevent bullying. Interactive webisodes and videos provide suggestions on how young people and parents can talk about this sensitive subject. The site also explores the dangers of cyberbullying and steps youngsters and parents can take to fight it.