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Olympian High School CHEER TRYOUTS (2014-15)!

Do you have spirit?  Do you have tumbling and/or dance experience?  Are you interested in joining a Dynamic Cheer Squad? Do you have what it takes to be an OHS CHEERLEADER?

Practice Tryouts will be held at OHS Gym on May 19-22, 2014 from 5:30pm until 7:30pm

Tryout in front of judges will be held on Friday May 23, 2014 5:30pm until 7:30pm

Click here for more information.


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Welcome to Incoming 9th Graders!

Every graduate of Olympian High School will qualify and be academically ready for success in a four year college or university. Here is a presentation for incoming freshman families to introduce to Olympian High School.


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Local Control Funding Formula Parent Meeting Wednesday April 16th 6-8pm in the MPR

LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula) is California’s new formula for determining the level of state funding provided to local educational agencies to provide for their state supported general and supplemental programs. LCFF is designed to provide local educational agencies with flexibility to direct resources to meet student needs, increase funding transparency and aid in a simple explanation of how funding is provided and used locally, it supports equity through a student-focused formula, and focuses attention on performance through requiring that plans are in place to describe how resources are used prior to the passage of local educational agency budgets. More information can be found at lcff.wested.org and www.cde.ca.gov Parents- we are asking for you to attend this informational meeting in order for you to provide feedback and guidance on current program’s funding and their effect on student achievement. We look forward to seeing you on April 16th. If you have further questions, please contact Anna Gutierrez 656-2418.


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2014 Summer School

Summer School Applications for 9th and 10th graders are available in the Counseling Center and are also available for download here: Summer School Application (PDF)

11th graders, please see your counselor for Summer School credit recovery opportunities


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Schedule Change for GATE/AP Parent Meeting

This is a schedule change announcement regarding Gate/AP student’s parent meeting; our previously scheduled meeting on Wednesday, March 12th has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 13th at 6:30 pm in the MPR. Please join us as we share with you the trends in the AP program, the GATE results, 21st Century & technology skills, the Common Core Standards, and more. This information will help us make future decisions for our programs; your collaboration in this decision is very important to developing successful programs for our students. Please join us at 6:30 pm in the MPR on Thursday, March 13th. Your presence is greatly appreciated.


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The OHS PTSO is looking for energetic Parent volunteers to serve on the Executive Board for next school year 2014-2015.

Volunteer time typically is no more than 4 hours a month for board meetings, event planning coordination, or other administrative activities.  Executive Board positions are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and Historian.  Please submit your name and interest to the school office, the PTSO email account (olympianhighschoolptso@gmail.com) or to a current board member no later than March 14, 2014.  Per OHS by-laws, three (3) PTSO members are required to participate in the annual Election process. If you can assist with elections and counting ballots, please reply.  If you do not wish to hold a board position, but want to be a more active support volunteer, please submit your interest via the same channels.

Our thanks for making the OHS PTSO a strong and valuable partner with helping deliver on the Olympian High School mission!


Congratulations to the Academic Decathlon team for winning the county title 5 years in a row!

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Congratulations to Jessica Padilla and Akira Youngblood

Jessica and Akira was selected to be part of Chula Vista’s Citizen Youth Leadership Academy for six weeks.  She will learn about how the city government functions and gain an inside look at city programs, services, policies and issues.


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Congratulations to Viana Rodriguez

Olympian’s 2014 Teacher of the Year


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Interested in joining a SPORT?

Please read up on Physical / EKG Information at ourAthletic’s Page

 


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Thank you Eagles!

When Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines, the Olympian High School community joined together to help those in need. Olympian High hosted a “Change for Change” fundraiser the week of  Monday 11/18 through Friday 11/22. Throughout the week, Olympian High collected monetary donations for the Haiyan Typhoon relief effort. From pennies to twenty-dollar bills, our students and staff donated to the best of their abilities.Olympian High School raised $1,580 in donations!  All donations were sent to the American Red Cross and UNICEF


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Common Senior Experience(12th grade) 

All seniors will read and work with themes from Beautiful Souls by Eyal Press. Olympian High School pledges to transform the student More….


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2013-2014 Eagle’s Eye Newsletter

See upcoming events and calendars of important dates, read about athletics, news and school data, discipline procedures, teachers, departments, message from the principal, and More…


Olympian High School in the News

OLYMPIAN SENIOR SCORING WHILE MENDING
Returning All-San Diego Section pick says broken foot affected all parts of his game.After a three-month recovery for a broken bone in his foot, Olympian High senior Branden Sanchez is back on the pitch.

KIN GET KICK OUT OF PLAYING FOOTBALL TOGETHER

It’s not unusual for relatives to line up against each other on the gridiron.

But there was something very unusual about the cousins who met late October when the JV football teams of Chula Vista and Olympian high schools squared off.


PREP ATHLETES OF THE WEEK: U-T San Diego’s top high school performers

Throwing a no-hitter is rare enough, but the senior tossed a perfect game, needing just 70 pitches to lead the Eagles past San Diego Southwest 5-0. Farmer struck out the first batter she faced and coaxed 10 ground outs and another 10 fly-ball outs to complete the perfecto.


Upcoming Events:

Community Service Form

After School Program (ASAP)

TUPE (Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program)

School Site Plan 2013 -2014

9th Grade Student Led Conferences
February 24th to the 27th in the Library

SDCOE – Notice of Public Hearing 03-06-14
Request for Waiver of Election and Draft Plans to Establish Boundaries of Trustee Areas – English \ Spanish