DON'T MISS THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY! Please come and get FREE assistance with the FAFSA application and Dream Act application. Pre-Register at www.sandiegocalsoap.com or call 858-569-1866 Click on article for more information and dates of other workshops.
Take advantage of all these different test prep classes. Please see several attachments for more information and applications!
See the attached schedule for the month of February and March. all the numerous and diverse activities going on after school at Mission Bay High School. There is definitely something for everyone! Don't miss this great opportunity to try something new or get assistance with your homework.
Presentation about Mesa College programs and services provided Thursdays in Spring. Please see attachment for more information.
Students write a 1,000 word persuasive essay on the benefits of college students taking transit to and from classes or using MTS services to get around San Diego. Deadling is April 10, 2015. Submit your application and essay by Friday, March 27, 2015 by 5:00 pm and you could win a $100.00 Best Buy gift card. Applications available at https://www.sdmts.com/marketing/laptopscholarship2015.asp
Rady Children’s Hospital–San Diego, in collaboration with UC San Diego School of Medicine and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences presents: SUMMER MEDICAL ACADEMY July 13 - 24, 2015 Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Please see attachments for more information.
Join us on one of the IB School Tours this year. The next tour will be on March 19th. Meet in the front office before 8:00 a.m. There will be a slide show in the library and classroom visits after. Find out what great things are going on at Mission Bay High School and in the International Baccalaureate program.
Results are available online at www.schoolyarddash.org. Placewinners are listed below: • Elementary School, boys & girls: Harold Gildehaus, Jacob Adler, Henry Gildehaus: Alexa Gibson, Lauren Pelot, Sydney Piquilloud • Middle School, boys & girls: Nicholas David Arch, Miguel Ayala Ochoa, Ian Briski: Cecilia Almazon, Mariana Merlos, Songa Cayetano • High School, mens. & womens: Jason Watts, Chris Varela, Tosh Knight: Arianna Linley, Priscilla Tamborini, Katie Baker • Adult mens & womens: Andrew Bruck, Brian Wigley, Ernie Remillard: Margaret Ditchburn, Michelle Mead, Alice Kim THANKS AGAIN to our sponsors: Schoettle Financial, Ocean Park Inn, Brown & Winters LLP, Woodstocks Pizza, The Patio, Broken Yolk, Nightingale Music, Bird Rock Coffee and High Performance Movement!!
Please click on FUND YOUR FUTURE for more information on HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE- CAL GRANTS- SCHOLARSHIPS-FAFSA-DREAM ACT AND MUCH MORE.
ACES- Since its inception last year, over 7800 students have worked at MBHS ACES, or the After-school Center for Excellence and Support, whose mission is to provide academic support across the curriculum and resources to develop the whole child. ACES, a voluntary after school tutoring program, aligns its commitments to the MBHS community with the four suits from a deck of cards. The Ace of Hearts represents a holistic approach to mentoring, providing access to an array of services to benefit social and emotional growth. The Ace of Clubs represents a club/community effect, providing a consistent place for students to gather to further their education. The Ace of Diamonds represents a balanced approach to support, including 1) English/History, 2) Math/Science, 3) Foreign Language/Fine Arts, and 4) Special Populations such as IB, ELL, or Special Education. Finally, the Ace of Spades represents digging deeper, through access to one-on-one instruction with expert teachers. ACES is located in the Mission Bay High School Library and is open from 2:15-4:15 every Monday through Thursday, staffed by teachers across the contact areas including Tracy Borg, Paul Kreamer, Ron Lancia, Kirk Larowe, Francisco Martinez, Gualter Moura, Richard Oka, Tamara Rasmussen, Nathan Sheehy, Vicki Turner, Linda Vadnais, and Rocio Weiss. ACES offers helpful reference materials, access to computers and printers and supplies, free and healthy snacks, college tutoring from SDSU and UCSD students, specialized help like CAHSEE/PSAT/SAT Prep, college application counseling, and mentorship for life, college, and career. Currently, about 100 students a day are working at ACES, and with a new partnership with the ARC program, those numbers and opportunities will only increase. The center is coordinated by Ron Lancia (x342) and Principal Ernie Remillard (x126)
FOPBSS is a parent organization that supports both Pacific Beach MS and Mission Bay HS. The assistance and support they give both schools is immeasurable. If you would like to receive their email blasts please sign up at www.fopbss.org . They will keep you well informed of both PBMS and MBHS activities.
Every student under 18 years of age must have a work permit before they begin working. You must have a 2.0 GPA. See Shauna Fitzpatrick in the IB office (green bunaglow on Lee St.) for a work permit application.858-273-1313 ext. 285 or email@example.com for more information.