San Marino High School

News and Announcements

Sophomore Students:

Starting Monday, April 3rd through Thursday, April 6th, Sophomore group meetings will be in the College & Career Center. Students please be sure to arrive on time. During this meeting, you will create your Junior year schedule. Please see Mrs. Noriega if you have any questions.
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Arts Rock!

A Celebration of the Arts for the whole family! Sing, Dance, Act, Draw, Play. Rain or Shine, Saturday, April 1st, 11:00am-3:00pm. Student showcase: 3:15-4:30pm. Please join us for a fun filled day.
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Attention AP Students:

Beginning Tuesday, February 21st, all AP exams can be purchased at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/053158. When purchasing the exam(s), it is important to complete ALL requested information. The last date to purchase AP exams is Friday, March 10th. Students must attend the mandatory Pre-Id sessions. Please contact Mrs. Noriega if you have any questions.
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Spring 2017: College Workshops

With the exception of the Case Studies Night/College Fair, all workshops will take place during lunch at the College and Career Center unless otherwise announced. Students should sign up in advance of each workshop at the College and Career Center.
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San Marino High School Academic Honesty Policy 2016-2017

At San Marino High School we promote character and high ethical standards. We expect all students to create work that is entirely their own. A student who cheats or plagiarizes is in violation of this Academic Honesty Policy and is subject to the procedures and consequences detailed within the policy.
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Parent/Guardian Academic Policy DUE 10/1/16

At San Marino High School we promote character and high ethical standards. We expect all students to create work that is entirely their own. A student who cheats or plagiarizes is in violation of this Academic Honesty Policy and is subject to the procedures and consequences detailed within the policy.
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Anonymous Tip Line

There is an anonymous tip line available to report crime, suspicious activity, concern for other students, or bullying. The phone number for reporting incidents is
1-800-782-7463. Click on the Headline to go to the WeTip website.
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