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CSF stands for “California Scholarship Federation” and is our school’s Honor Society. Students must register each semester to qualify for Life Membership.  We are currently holding our first application drive. This registration period will run from September 5th through 15th at ATP and LUNCH only. Applications are accepted in front of Rm 708.  You will need a copy of your last semester’s grades on a printed transcript from Illuminate as well as your printed application (copies available in Rm 708) and $7. Remember, to earn recognition at graduation you must have a minimum of 4 qualifying semesters (one MUST use Senior Year grades–first or second semester). If you qualify for all six eligible semesters you can earn Distinguished Lifetime Membership. Information about the new requirement for volunteer hours will be posted on the CSF website after the application drive. 

  • NEW APPLICATION  now available 
  • Late applications or retroactive applications WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED 
  • **NEW** Required Volunteer Hours for CSF Lifetime Status (to be posted: 9/16/23)

 For more info about Olympian’s CSF, please visit CSF webpage 


1st Progress Report Grades will be posted on September 1st

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Friday September 1st – Regular 1-6 Day –

No-Pro Hour- School starts at 8:30.

For Students / Parents or Guardians

One way of monitoring your student’s progress is reviewing the Progress Reports and Final Report Cards. In the Fall semester, students receive a 6-week and 12-week Progress Report, and in the Spring semester, students receive a 6-week and 12-week Progress Report .  Final Report Cards are given on the last day of the Fall semester in December and then in June for the Spring semester.

If you would like to further monitor your student’s academic progress, you may also log onto Jupiter Grades or Infinite Campus where you can access your/your student’s grades anytime.  If you need log-in/password information, please contact the main office at (619) 656-2400

You also have the option of speaking with the teacher directly – in person, by email, or by phone (school’s main number: (619) 656-2400 ).




​CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air & Space Forces Association to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation’s future. ​At the core of the program is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, the nation’s largest cyber defense competition that puts high school and middle school students in charge of securing virtual networks.
Our first meeeting will be on Wed Aug 2 at lunch and after school in room 202.  Bring a friend. If you have questions, see Mr Claudio.