San Marino High School

Girls That Code

Class of 2019 

Kindness Week 

SMHS under the Stars

Girls That Code

Link Crew Spirit

Kindness Week


Art Students 

Titan Mascot and Cheerleaders 

Cheerleader Spirit

School Spirit

Link Crew Pride


Girls That Code 

Titan Spirit!

Girls Basket Ball Team Senior Night 

Band Member

Link Crew Orientation 


“Sunday in the Park” Mural

Kindess Week 

Administrators & Link Crew Members

Upcoming Events

10th Grade Hearing Screening (Tentative)
Date: 9/19/2019, 8 AM 10 AM
Human Trafficking Assembly
Date: 9/20/2019, 11 AM 1 PM
PSAT Testing
Date: 10/16/2019

News & Announcements

AP or Honors Appeals

All students wishing to appeal a non-acceptance in an AP or Honors course at San Marino High School must complete this form before the end of the current academic school year. Complete a separate form for each course which is being appealed. The appeal process is detailed below:
1. Complete the AP/Honor course appeals form and submit it before the end of the current academic school year.
2. The department chair will review the request with Assistant Principal of Instruction and Guidance and communicate a written decision within five school days.
3. If the decision is challenged, the parent/guardian and student may contact the Assistant Principal of Instruction and Guidance.
4. If the the decision is further challenged, the parent/guardian and student may contact the Principal. This decision is final.

Parent Information Night Survey

Thank you so much for those of you who were able to join us last night. If you would like to provide feedback, please visit the following link.

San Marino H.S. Academic Honesty Policy 2018-19

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.

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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