03.07.19

2nd Annual Sweetwater Student Conference on Issues of Personal, Local, & Global Significance

Saturday, May 18th, 2019

About the conference:

Thank you for your interest in our 2nd annual student conference! This conference came about because teachers and students in Sweetwater recognized the need to give students a place to teach each other about important ideas they were learning in school. We seek to answer questions like:

  • What issues affect us, our community, and our world?
  • To what extent are these issues both local and global issues?
  • How can we contribute to a better community for ourselves and for others?
  • How does what we learn in school help us live and develop in a more sustainable way?
  • How can we take action to address issues of sustainability locally and globally?

This conference is also an opportunity to bring in experts who are already taking action to make the South Bay of San Diego a more sustainable place to live. As the conference nears, check back for a list of organizations who will be participating!

Why participate?

Are working on your 9th grade human geography action-research project? – or-

Have you done meaningful research in one of your courses at school?

This conference provides a space for you to present your work to others and also learn about things relevant to your future!

MORE INFORMATION

03.07.19

Adelante Mujer Conference – Saturday, March 16th

For 22 years, the Adelante Mujer Conference has been aimed at providing female students and their mothers with enriching learning experience.   Participants attend workshops led by female professionals who teach about life skills, academic planning, and career opportunities in fields, such as law, business, media, and engineering. 

Where: UCSD

When: Saturday, March 16th, 2019

Pick up your registration forms in the main office from Mr. Santamaria OR in Room 208 from Ms. Martinez.

Informational Video

03.03.19

APPLY NOW! SUHI Foundation Scholarships

SUHI students:

Apply now to SUHI Foundation scholarships! Most scholarships have a deadline of March 21st. New this year is the Lauren Benitez Computer Science Scholarship, created by 2013 SUHI alumna Lauren Benitez who is a graduate of UC Berkeley’s Computer Science program  and now works as a software engineer at Goldman Sachs.

About this scholarship, she writes:

“I was so fortunate enough to receive a scholarship when I was a senior in high school and I knew once I was right, I wanted to pay it forward. Studying CS in college opened up so many doors for me and I truly believe software engineering is a great career to be in right now.”

03.01.19

The Princess Project San Diego: Get a Prom Dress Event

Dress Giveaway Dates: April 5, 6, 7, 1, 12, 13, 24, 26, 27

Book your appointment online starting March 4, 2019 at:

princessprojectsd.org/get-a-dress

Locations:

Mission Valley Mall Boutique – All 9 days

South Chula Vista Library Pop-Up – April 6

Vista Library Pop-Up – April 20

El Cajon Library Pop-Up – April 27

 

Don’t forget:

  • Proof of enrollment in high school
  • Book appointment ahead of time
  • fill in the online waiver when you register
  • you may bring one female guest to help you shop
03.01.19

Adelante Mujer Conference


02.25.19

Quin Murphy Foundation Scholarship and Beautification Day

 

  • Quin Murphy Foundation Scholarship Clean Up/Beautification day at Sweetwater High School for Saturday, March 2nd, from 8 am to 12 pm at Sweetwater High School.
  • Meet: meeting behind the lobby of the main building at 8 am.
  • One of the scholarship application requirements/criteria is student community service work for their high school.
  • The foundation has awarded several scholarships in the thousands of dollars to deserving graduating Sweetwater High School students for the past several years in honor of Quin Murphy.