Luis worked with Reality Changers and received a full scholarship to Brown University. Luis became involved ... Read more
Exhibitions: May 23 12:45-2:30 panels will be posted around school May 20 for students. Cap and Gown deliveries will take place June 10 AFTER rehearsal. Student MUST attend rehearsal in order to participate in the ceremony. After rehearsal cap & gown distribution will take place and tickets will available to pick up. IF a student needs to purchase a cap and gown they may do so at this time. They MUST have $40 to purchase the items from Jostens directly at that time. This is the ONLY time before the ceremony to get the cap and gown. No exceptions. Graduation ~ June 11 @ 5PM, gates open @ 4:30. Students report to school by 3PM. Tickets - students receive 4 tickets free, up to 6 tickets may be purchased for $5 each, total of 10 tickets per student. If more tickets needed students may work out trading or other options among themselves. Tickets on sale June 3-7 @ lunch only. CASH ONLY NO CHECKS, NO EXCEPTIONS per district policy. Students may NOT wear leis or other decorations during graduation. No balloons or flowers allowed during ceremony to students. NO BALLOONS ALLOWED IN GRADUATION AREA, save the hassle tell family now, get balloons later. NO CELL PHONES AT ALL DURING CEREMONY! NO EXCEPTIONS! Make arrangements where to meet family after before separating. ALL phone will be taken and secured until after ceremony. Save the hassle. Any questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
The U-T All-Academic Team honors juniors and seniors who participated in a California Interscholastic Federation-approved varsity sport and maintained a cumulative, weighted grade point average of 3.0 or better. Mission Bay High’s scholar-athletes are...
Nine student teams from the San Diego Unified School District will join more than 50 other teams at this year’s FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition, Ring It Up. Teams from Mission Bay High...
The 16th Annual YTM was held on Thursday, January 24, 2013 for over 750 students from San Diego County and Baja Mexico. The student-selected WorldLink theme was "Changing Worlds: Media's Power and Influence," which focused on social media's revolutionary change, the relevance of traditional media, the relationship between media and government, media as a humanitarian voice and media as a global activist.
Exciting new Magnet School coming to the Mission Bay Cluster in 2013-14 school year!
“Without the diligence of Betsy Knight, this 8-year dream of revitalizing the school’s weight room would never have happened." - Fred Hilgers
Low and no-cost vaccinations are being offered every second Tuesday of the month from 8-11:00 a.m. at Mission Bay High, 2475 Grand Avenue. The clinic will be located either in the auditorium or the nurses office. No appointment is necessary. Please bring your vaccination card/record. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If you have questions, please contact the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency at (858) 573-7300.