Sign up for Summer School by April 21, 2023. As a reminder, students must select the course or courses they need for summer school.
Parents and students can select up to two courses for summer school. Below are the links to access the portal and a supporting screencast and slide deck on how to select courses:
Parents and/or students can register for summer school using the following link: campusportal.sweetwaterschools.org/campus/portal/sweetwater.jsp
Los padres y/o estudiantes pueden registrarse para la escuela de verano utilizando el siguiente enlace: campusportal.sweetwaterschools.org/campus/portal/sweetwater.jsp
Parents can also access this information by visiting the district website on the main page.
The MAD (Make A Difference) Benefit Concert will be held next Tuesday on March 14th from 5:45-7:45pm in the MPR/Pavilion and you are all invited to come to watch our many talented students perform and to engage with all of the CSE groups who will be selling yummy food items while also raising awareness of the status of mental health in America.
Attached are the electronic versions of our 2023 dress giveaway flyer in English and Spanish.
Please note the following additional information:
- Each teen will be able to select one free prom dress and one accessory
- Teens must reserve their appointment online to come get a dress. Accompanying guests do not need to register separately, but must be listed on the teen’s registry.
- In addition to our Central Giveaway Location at Mission Valley Mall, there are 6 “Pop-Up” Prom Shops hosted by our library partners. When registering, teens should double check that they choose the correct giveaway location that they want to come get a dress at.
- Teens must bring a valid ID and proof of enrollment in High School.
- As of 2/28, Google Maps has us located near Target…this is incorrect. The dress store is located next to DXL Men’s Clothing and near Macy’s Home Furnishings in the Mission Valley Mall.
Teen Outreach Committee Volunteer
The Princess Project San Diego
Congrats to Emily, Isabella , Chloe & Zyanya for San Diego Regional Awards 2023 !
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Attention all 9th and 11th grade students and parents! Let us know your thoughts about Olympian High School by completing this year’s California Healthy Kids Survey. This is an anonymous survey, and its purpose is to obtain information from you about your knowledge, attitudes, and behavior about things that affect learning. Your participation is very important. The information provided will help guide district and school efforts to promote safety, enhance learning supports, improve student achievement, and reduce health risks that stand as barriers to learning.
Parents can access letter and survey here. Please complete by Friday, March 10.
Students will complete the survey through their PE or US History classes on March 8 or 9.
If you don’t want your student to participate, complete this passive consent form and return to the front office.
AP Informational Session on Monday, February 27, 2023 at 3:45pm at the Multi-purpose Pavilion (MPR).
Follow the signs. This is open to students and/or parents who want more information on the AP program and classes. Appropriate for first time AP students. Click here for more AP information.
Want to make a part of the yearbook dedicated to your favorite Senior, Group, Team or Clique?
Starting at a 1/4 page for $65 there isn’t a better way to show them how much they’ve been a part of your senior year or
how proud you are of them then buy a dedicated ad in the yearbook.
Go to the Jostens website to make your purchase and upload your photos. But hurry sale ends soon!
Directed by Ms Jennifer Schaeffer
Skylar Reilly & Dean Vicedo
7pm in the OHS MPR
$5 for students $7 allothers
OHS EAGLES CHEER
Proudly presents Sweet Kicks Sneakers Ball, Saturday , February 11th from 7pm-11pm at OHS GYM.
Tickets $35 and VIP $45