- All incoming and returning student-athletes are REQUIRED to have an athletic physical and online consents completed as part of the clearance process. Here are the basic steps to follow when registering your athlete for the first time:
- The California Education Code (Sections 32220-32224 and 49470-49474) requires that each member of an athletic team shall have insurance coverage for medical and hospital expenses in an amount of at least $1500 while practicing for or participating in athletic activities sponsored under the jurisdiction of a public school district. In order to comply with state law, each athletic team member must be enrolled in either the District approved medical plan or have medical insurance coverage in an amount of at least $1500 provided under any other type of insurance plan(s) which may have been purchased by the student or by the parent/guardian. Without Insurance, a student athlete will not be able to clear for a sport. For Sweetwater Union High School District offered insurance plans, please contact your schools ASB office for more information.
- Start your registration process here: https://registermyathlete.com/login/
- Follow these instructions to complete registration.
To kick off the school year, SUHI staff took a field trip around National City, to get to know the community our students grow up in. Our heart, Laura Charles, is responsible for this amazing idea, and we hope it will become an annual tradition. Watch the video!
Use this flyer at our local Office Depot to earn 5% in credits for school supplies at SUHI.
Welcome back, students! The 2018-19 academic schedule can be viewed here.
Our Coding Club students make the commitment to visit one of ten National School District elementary schools weekly to teach them how to code. On Tuesday, February 20th, 2018, we invited participating NSD elementary students to come showcase their coding creations in the theatre. We had an amazing turnout of SUHI and NSD students and staff, board members, parents, and community members. Thank you for making the night special!
Congratulations to the following students!
Alfred Vargas and Audrey Vargas for winning first place with their project, Solar Desalination Using a Parabolic Trough.
Arvie Cabal for winning third place with her project, The Stroop Effect.
For many California state* financial aid programs, the FAFSA is due on March 2, 2018 (date postmarked).
Cal Grant also requires submission of a school-certified GPA by March 2, 2018. Applicants are encouraged to obtain proof of mailing their GPA and to retain a copy of their GPA form.
For additional community college Cal Grants, the due date is September 2, 2018 (date postmarked).
If you are a non-citizen without a Social Security card or had one issued through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, you should fill out the California Dream Act Application. You do not need to fill out a FAFSA to be eligible for California student financial aid.
Contact the California Student Aid Commission or your financial aid administrator or counselor for more information. Additional forms may be required. Applicants are encouraged to keep a record of their submission by printing out their online FAFSA confirmation page or obtaining proof of mailing the FAFSA.
*If you plan to attend an out-of-state university, check with your school for their specific deadlines.