Blood Drive @ SUHI Wed Aug 31

Come down and join the SUHI MCJROTC Program and Donate Blood from 7AM – 3:30 on Wednesday August 31st. 

 You may donate if you are:

  • 16 and enrolled in ROTC with a Parental Form signed by parent or guardian and authorization over the phone.
  • 17 with a Parental Form signed by parent or guardian, authorization over the phone, and picture ID.
  • 18 with picture ID.

Students can pick up these forms in the MCJROTC Building, from one of the instructors.


Parents: Infinite Campus Portal Information

Common Parent Questions About IC


How do I access Infinite Campus?

Parent Website URL: campusportal.sweetwaterschools.org


Infinite Campus keeps requesting a District ID#. What is the District ID#?

District ID# FCPXPV


How do I create an account with Infinite Campus?

You should have created an account when you registered for this school year. However, for those who do not have an account follow these instructions:

  • The parents can create a portal account by using their Campus Activation Key. If you have your activation key, on the home screen press “help” on the bottom left. This will drop down an option to continue using the key.
  • If you do not have an activation key, please have them call 619-793-7731 to retrieve the code.

What is the number to call if I experience other issues with Infinite Campus?

Infinite Campus Sweetwater Hotline: 619-796-7745


Is my Infinite Campus portal similar to my son or daughter’s portal?

Your portal is almost identical. However, if you have multiple children, you will be able to view each of their grades/attendance separately but through the same account.


Where can I learn more about navigating through Infinite Campus?

There are some helpful tutorial videos through YouTube.

Infinite Campus YouTube URL: https://www.youtube.com/user/theinfinitecampus


Why are some teachers using Infinite Campus for “in-progress” grades and others are using Jupiter?

This is a transition year for our teachers. While you may find your child’s teachers posting “in progress” grades through Jupiter, you may also find some teachers posting “in progress” grades through Infinite Campus. However, every grading period (progress reports & semester grades) will be posted under “grades” on Infinite Campus.


What will I be able to find on Infinite Campus?

You will find detailed information about your child’s attendance. All progress report grades and semester grades for each of your child’s classes will be posted on Infinite Campus under “grades”.


Can I send emails to teachers through Infinite Campus? What about Jupiter?

Email addresses of teachers can be accessed through Infinite Campus by selecting the envelope icon next to the teacher’s name. Messages can also be sent through Jupiter to teachers for the remainder of the year.


Back to School Night 2016

Thursday, August 11, 2016 • Schedule of Events


Advanced Placement (AP) Program Parent Meeting


Community Resource Fair–Club & Food Sales


JV & Varsity Cheer, Band, Baile Folklorico, Advanced Dance, Mariachi, Choir


MCJROTC Presentation of Colors

Pledge of Allegiance

Principal’s Message

Parent School Site Council Candidates


1st Period 6:10-6:20

2nd Period 6:25-6:35

3rd Period 6:40-6:55*

4th Period 7:00-7:10

5th Period 7:15-7:25

6th Period 7:30-7:40

7th Period 7:45-7:55

*Parent voting for School Site Council Parent Representatives


#SurfsUpSUHI: Our First Spirit Week of 2016-17!

Welcome back Red Devils! The second week of school is our very first Spirit Week of 2016-17 and the theme is #SurfsUp! Follow @SUHI_ASB on Twitter and tweet them your best Spirit Week photos using #SurfsUpSUHI17, #SurfsUpSUHI18, #SurfsUpSUHI19, or #SurfsUpSUHI20!

Show your spirit by dressing up for #SurfsUpSUHI Spirit Week!


SUHI Valedictorians and Salutatorian Class of 2016!

A big congratulations for the class of 2016 for reaching an amazing milestone; today was their last day of high school ever. On June 3rd, we will honor our graduating Seniors at Southwestern College, where they will be addressed by this year’s valedictorians (we have two this year) and salutatorian.


Alexa Camacho Sanchez


Our salutatorian was selected based on her performance in 23 AP and Honors classes completed by the first semester of her senior year. With a GPA of 4.5476, Alexa Camacho Sanchez has earned this honor and will be leaving the SUHI nest to pursue a degree in Civil Engineering at UCLA.





Our valedictorian was selected based on students’ performance in 24 AP and Honors classes completed by their first semester of their senior year. Two students tied this year with 4.5581 GPAs–Rioneil Arias who will be attending UC Irvine to study Biomedical Engineering and Angelo Mendoza who will pursue Chemical Engineering at UCLA.


Rioneil Arias

my senior picture

Angelo Mendoza



This story originally published on SUHSD College and Career Readiness.

On Saturday, May 14th, 19 high school teams competed in a regional Robot Programming Competition at San Diego City College.

Sweetwater Union High School District students were there!

Castle Park High School

Team name: TrojanBots

Students: Emmanuel Hidalgo & Joe Miranda

Team: Trojanators

Students: Tomas Mendoza & David Jackson

Sweetwater High School

Team name: 6619X

Students: Antoine Serrano & Cristian EspitiaDSC_0086

Students eagerly approached their assigned stations, reviewed the competition’s instructions and judging criteria, and began playing with the software; Choregraphe.  Dean Rose LaMuraglia of San Diego City College’s School of Business, Information Technology and Cosmetology kicked off the event with a presentation on careers in technology, aiming to inspire this next generation of programmers. She concluded her presentation with a demonstration in which Patrick, the Nao Robot, spoke to the students and danced to Michael Jackson’s, “Thriller.”DSC_0087

Students participated in a brief tutorial and received instruction on the software then teams were tasked with a series of challenges: they had to program the robot to creatively introduce their teams to an audience, to dance along to popular music, and to most importantly, have fun and learn!  The teams dedicated 2 hours and 30 minutes to programming Patrick (Nao Robot).


Antoine Serrano, Nao Robot (Patrick), and Christian Espitia (1st Place)

Sweetwater High School’s students Antoine Serrano and Cristian Espitia
placed first. They programmed Patrick (Nao Robot) to perform the “whip” and “nae nae.”

Congratulations Antoine & Cristian!

DSC_0057The judges assessed students based on a defined set of criteria: the use of fluid dance movements, complexity of the dance sequence, the entertainment factor, and the ability of the students to take into consideration Patrick’s limitations when programming him.

DSC_0088Emmanuel Hidalgo from Castle Park High School won a raffled gaming console.

All of the students walked away with SeaWorld passes, Xbox music passes donated by The Microsoft Store, Otterbox cell phone cases donated by the OtterCares Foundation, and Rubio’s gift cards.

Congratulations to all participating Students!


Sweetwater at the Women’s Hackathon

The following article was originally published on the district's College and Career Readiness site.

On April 30, 2015 CSU San Marcos hosted a Women’s Hackathon Event. Sweetwater Union High School students were there! CSUSM Women Hackathon

  • Aseret Flores & Sarah Valencia (Sweetwater High School)
  • Amanda Castro, Emili Meyer, Ivy Nguyen, & Precious Lara (Olympian High School)

During the awards ceremony, Emily, Aseret, and Sarah (Team Pumas) earned an award for developing a game concept as part of a website to educate the public about the environment around jaguars. They won in the classification of originality and impact.

Amanda, Ivy, and Precious , (Team Rawr)  earned an award based on their concept for a website that followed most closely the theme about educating the public about Jaguars.  They wrote everything in English and in Spanish.
CSUSM Women HackathonAWARDS

GO sweetCYBER!!!

Shout-Out to Ms. Rymer (SUHi Teacher) for taking Sweetwater High School’s students to the event on her own time and dime. THANK YOU MS. RYMER!