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Alba, Sylvia
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Alcaraz, Ivan
Counselor (Intervention)
Castaneda, Federico
Counselor - 11th Grade
Legorreta, Elaine
Perez, Miguel
Assistant Principal, Curriculum and Instruction
Sandoval, Amanda
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Youth NOW Student Center

Youth NOW offers drop in homework help, tutoring in Math, Science and English and a computer lab.  They are open Monday-Thursday from 1:30-5:30 at 31 Carr Street.  Check out http://www.youthnowcenter.com for more information.

Community Service Form

Found a place to volunteer and need a community service form?  Here you go!

WHS Juniors

PSATs are coming

The PSAT is coming up October 14, 2015.  Registration starts on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 in the Guidance Office with Leandra Cabadas before school, break, lunch, and after school.  The cost to register for the test is $15.  You may qualify for a fee waiver and may not need to pay if you qualify for free or reduced lunch.  Juniors who take the PSAT will score higher on SAT and ACT exams which are required to be admitted to any university.  You will also be eligible for the National Merit Scholarship.  Register as soon as possible so you can get the practice booklet and start preparing for the test.  Limited number of tests will be available.  If you have any questions please see Mr. Castaneda.


Looking for money for college?  Set up a profile at http://www.fastweb.com for personalized scholarship opportunities.

Need ideas on where to do Community Service Hours?

Check out the Watsonville Volunteer Center's website.  They have many upcoming volunteer opportunities throughout the school year.  Volunteer Center .

It Is Never Too Early to Plan for Your Post-High School Goals:

Even in your junior year in high school, there are steps you can take to prepare for college admission, careers, or whatever your post-high school plan might be. Taking challenging courses and getting good grades are key ingredients to keeping many options open. Colleges will look at your transcripts to see how rigorous your courses were and what kind of grades you earned. Colleges are also looking at the entire student to determine what that student will contribute to their school.
Steps you can take your sophomore year to learn more about yourself, connect with others, and develop your skills and interests:
• Get involved in activities at school.
• Do plenty of reading. It is a good way to improve your word skills.
• Keep a record of every job and activity you take part in, and any awards that you receive.
• Make connections with those at school who can help you apply to the colleges you want, such as your teachers, Guidance Counselor, and the College and Career Center.

Educational Talent Search

Interested in furthering your education after Watsonville High School?  Check out ETS in the College and Career Center Mondays and Wednesdays.

Educational Talent Search at California State University, Monterey Bay is a program designed to provide services, which will enable students to obtain the information required, and to develop the confidence necessary, to continue in and graduate from high school and to enroll in Colleges and Universities.  Services for high school participants include ongoing college application/admission assistance, financial aid application assistance, university tours (ex. Stanford, Sacramento State and UC Davis), student panel workshops, cultural enrichment, career information workshops, and parent advisory meetings.

http://eosp.csumb.edu/educational-talent-search or call (831) 582-5068

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