2019 Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project Student Conference

JUNIORS and SENIORS — interested in building an understanding of what it means to be an Asian American or Pacific Islander American student in today’s culturally and ethnically diverse society?


The Asian Pacific Youth Leadership Project (APYLP) is a non-profit organization that sponsors a statewide conference for high school juniors and seniors. In this conference, you will have an opportunity to participate in group workshops on:

  • leadership development
  • cultural identity and awareness
  • the legislative process
  • public speaking skills

As a participant you will also be able to:

  • participate in mock legislative sessions
  • hear from elected officials and prominent speakers from the Asian and Pacific Islander community

A total of fifty juniors and seniors will be selected from STATEWIDE applicants to participate in this conference on April 11-14, 2019 in Sacramento. The APYLP will pay ALL EXPENSES for the participants including:

  • travel
  • lodging
  • meals

Applications are due no later than Thursday, November 15, 2018.



Google Code-In Session

Come learn about the opportunity to explore the world of open-source development!

Come to Room 214 after school on Tuesday, October 23rd (2:45-3:45pm).

Participants complete “tasks” of their choice for a variety of open source software projects.

Students can earn t-shirts, digital certificates, and hooded sweatshirts for their work.

Grand prize winners receive a four day trip to Google in Mountain View, CA, USA the following summer!

Over the past eight years:

  •  8,000+ student participants
  •  107 unique countries
  •  40,000+ open source tasks

Open source development is much more than just computer programming! There are lots of different kinds of tasks to choose from including:

  1. Coding: ​Writing or refactoring code.
  2. Documentation/Training:​ Creating and editing documentation and helping others learn.
  3. Outreach/Research​: Community management and outreach/marketing, or studying problems and recommending solutions.
  4. Quality Assurance:​ Testing to ensure code is of high quality.
  5. Design:​ Designing visual aspects of pages and user accessibility.

Visit ​https://codein.withgoogle.com/ for more information!



This full cost of attendance scholarship will be awarded to a  SUHI Class of 2019 senior to attend the University of Colorado, Boulder in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science degree in any major within the college’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

The scholarship was established by the Morgan Family Foundation in partnership with the University of Colorado Foundation.

To access more details and to apply, click here.


South Bay Community Services LGBTQ+ Youth Drop-In

Our Safe Place

A welcoming community center for youth up to age 21 and their families.

One of San Diego’s most vulnerable populations, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) youth, often suffer because of non-supportive or even hostile environments in their homes, schools, and communities. Located at SBCS Trolley Trestle Youth Hub, Our Safe Place (OSP) provides a wide variety of services for youth and their families, including support for alcohol and drug abuse, coming out, depression, family relationships, gender identity, sexual health, safe dating and transitioning.

Our Safe Place is a collaborative program with San Diego Youth Services and the YMCA of San Diego County. Each partner provides a drop-in center and San Diego Youth Services also provides a mental health clinic. The program is funded by the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency.



  • Mon – Fri: 12 to 8 p.m.
  • Sat – Sun: 2 to 10 p.m.


  • SBCS Trolley Trestle Youth Hub
  • 746 Ada Street
  • Chula Vista, CA 91910



Google Code-In 2018

The contest begins for students on October 23, 2018 at 09:00 (Pacific Daylight Time)

Pre-university students ages 13 to 17 are invited to take part in Google Code-in: Our global, online contest introducing teenagers to the world of open source development. With a wide variety of bite-sized tasks, it’s easy for beginners to jump in and get started no matter what skills they have.

Mentors from Google’s participating organizations lend a helping hand as participants learn what it’s like to work on an open source project. Participants get to work on real software and win prizes from t-shirts to a trip to Google HQ!

The contest begins for students on October 23, 2018 at 09:00 (Pacific Daylight Time)




SUHI Garden Informational Meeting Wednesday, September 19th

Wednesday, September 19th, 2:45PM to 3:30PM

Save the date for this informational meeting about how to be involved in your school garden! At the garden, you will:

  • plant seeds and transplant crops
  • take care of plants
  • harvest fruits and vegetables
  • learn recipes to use produce

Students, parents, and teachers are all welcome!

RSVP to get more information.

Call Olivewood Gardens at (619) 434-4281 or email cristina@olivewoodgardens.org