Class of 2026
Class of 2026
8th Grade Timeline!
Here you will find a list of grade-specific activities that you should be doing based on your grade level.
Also included are resources to help you complete the process, (videos, handouts, presentations, links)
To find out more information and get specific dates/deadlines for these activities, just click on each activity below.
Enrollment & Course Planning
The San Diego High School course selection process for the 2021/2022 school year has begun. The following information will help guide you through the process. You can also visit the "Course Planning & Selection" page for lots of information about course selection.
ALL families must complete the enrollment process prior to selecting classes. Enrollment Process:
Online: Click on the link below to complete the online enrollment process.
Stop by SDHS to pick up an Enrollment Packet from the main office
between 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (1405 Park Blvd. San Diego, Ca 92101)
After completing the Enrollment Packet, return all forms back to the SDHS office during the enrollment hours of 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Be sure to include the following documents:
Proof of Address (SDGE, Cable Bill, Water Bill, Rental agreement with the last month receipt)
Last Report Card
If you have any questions about enrollment, please call (619) 560-4610
ext. 3027 or ext. 3021.
Getting u prepared for your High School Journey!
Students, as you prepare for your high school experience here are a few tips. As you focus on your expectations for high school, be sure think about the fact that you will have choices around which courses and activities to participate in and that it is important to make good choices.
You should also draft an academic plan for high school that aligns what you need to do with what you want to achieve. Students understand the academic sequence of middle school-high school-college, know the academic requirements for passing through each grade and understand how the academic choices made in middle school can expand or limit the options available later. And, your School Counselor is here to help guide you along the way!
College Readiness Starts now!
Middle school is important because your child is laying the foundation in a lot of subjects and forming study habits. Developing certain skills now will make it easier for your child to adjust to the challenges of high school and college later, and will lead to more college options. Here are some things you and your child can do to make the most of this time.
Help your child set goals for the year. Working toward specific goals will help your child stay motivated and focused.
Review the school calendar together. Note important dates and put them in a shared online calendar or in an easy-to-view place, such as a bulletin board in your kitchen.
Make a plan to check in regularly about schoolwork. If you keep up with your child's tests, papers and homework assignments, you can celebrate successes and head off problems as a team. Get homework tips for your child from the College Board. Also be sure to stay connected to your child's teachers and learn about their tutoring hours for additional help along the way. Tutoring options and hours.....click here!
Talk about extracurricular activities. Getting involved in clubs and other groups is a great way for your child to identify interests and feel more engaged in school. Read more about the benefits of extracurricular activities. Click here to check out all of the clubs on the SDHS campus.
Discuss ways to take on challenges. Encourage your child to take the most-challenging courses that he or she can handle. Tackling tough courses can give your child confidence and prepare him or her for higher-level high school classes.
Come up with fun reading ideas. Look for magazines or newspapers your child may like and talk about the books you loved reading when you were your child’s age. If your family makes reading enjoyable, it can become a daily habit.
Visit a nearby college together. If you live near a college, look for upcoming events on campus that are open to the community or see if the college offers classes to local children and families. Just being on a campus may get your child interested in college.
Get the big picture on paying for college. It’s not too early to learn the basics of financial aid.
November 10, 2021
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Welcome Class of 2026
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University Of California
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