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Thur. May 26- Open House & Minimum Day ......................... Mon. May 30- Memorial Day, No Classes ......................... Tues. June 7- Graduation ......................... Wed. June 8- Last day of classes, minimum day ......................... Mon. May 30- Memorial Day Holiday .........................



The application for Tesoro internships are here!!!  This is a 7 week program that goes from June 20th to August 4th, Monday through Friday.  It pays $11 an hour. 


This unique program program offers a combination of classroom training on various aspects of the refinery and hands-on experience working at different job sites with other experienced refinery and business unit staff members.


To be eligible you must:

*  be 17 to 19 years old

*  not have a family member that works for Tesoro

*  must attend school at Carson High , Banning High , Avalon High, Eagle Tree, Rancho Dominguez Prep. Cabrillo High or CAMS.

* you must be available to work the entire 7 weeks, Monday through Friday


You may pick up an application from Ms. O'Neill in room 1004.


Applications are due to Dr. Poffenberger by noon on Thursday, May 5th.


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Discover LBCC at an informal gathering in your neighborhood.


Descubrir LBCC en una reunión informal en tu vecindario.


Kevin Contreras

Karyssa Harris

Lauryn Hudson

Symone Jackson

Khai Williams


Representatives from the senior, junior, sophomore and freshman classes participated in the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Anaheim:

Valerie Ahumada, Eric Cao, Nina Cheranda, Maricris Hernandez, Justus Bell, Justin Brache, Emma Cabos, Tia Halsey, Lauryn Hudson, Patrick Kim, Adam Lang, Samantha Martinez, Emily Ortiz, Mae Ramiro, Victoria Siaumau, Khai Williams, Joenna Yaya, Sneha Chebolu, Ines Galvan, Diana Garibay, Karla Pascual, Katherine Dang


State Finalists:

Jocelyn Hsu - Dental Terminology

Maricris Hernandez - Pharmacology

Eric Cao - Pharmacology

Joenna Yaya - Extemporaneous Health Poster

Justus Bell, Emma Cabos, Adam Lang, Victoria Siaumau - Creative Problem Solving Team


The Orange County Register has a number of internships across the county in all areas of the media business including advertising sales, marketing, reporting, copy-editing, page design, graphic arts and photography.  To apply for a summer high school internship at the Orange County Register, you must be taking a journalism course or courses in high school.  If your school has a student newspaper or similar publication, you must be a reporter or editor for this publication.

To apply, email Steve Green ( a cover letter, resume, latest transcript with grades, letter of recommendation from your journalism teacher and copies of 3 published stories.



Attention all 8th through 12th Grade Students: Summer School Registration Begins Monday, April 18


All 9th through 12th grade students who are interested in taking summer school classes to make up a grade to meet graduation requirements or to fulfill college entrance requirements must register using our online enrollment system.  The online system will be available starting Monday, April 18.  Summer school registration will continue until 5 p.m. May 15. 


Current 8th through 11th graders also have the opportunity to take a Math Summer Bridge course to help prepare them for the course work that they will study in the coming school year.  These courses include Pre-Algebra, Pre-Geometry and Pre-Intermediate Algebra.  These summer courses will be taken for elective credit, and the grade issued will be a pass/no credit.  This is an excellent opportunity to get a jump start for next year. 


Summer school registration begins with the completion of the application online at  After the application is submitted, the student and parent will receive an email with directions for selecting summer classes.  You should receive this email two to three school days after the application is submitted.


Atención a todos los estudiantes de 8º a 12º grado escolar: Las inscripciones para las clases de verano en las escuelas preparatorias comienzan el lunes 18 de abril


Todos los estudiantes de 9º a 12º grado escolar interesados en asistir a las clases de verano con la finalidad de mejorar una calificación para poder cumplir con los requisitos de graduación o para cumplir con un requisito de admisión universitaria deberán inscribirse a través de nuestro sistema de inscripciones en línea (por Internet). El sistema de inscripciones en línea estará disponible a partir del lunes 18 de abril. Las inscripciones para las clases de verano continuarán hasta el 15 de mayo a las 5pm. 


Los estudiantes que actualmente cursan 8º a 11º grado escolar también tienen la oportunidad de tomar un curso de Math Bridge (Puente de Matemáticas) como parte de su preparación para los cursos que estarán cursando durante el próximo ciclo escolar. Estos cursos incluyen Pre- Álgebra, Pre- Geometría y Pre- Álgebra de Nivel Intermedio. En estos cursos electivos, los estudiantes recibirán como calificación “Pasó/No Crédito”. Esta es una excelente oportunidad para poner en marcha un gran inicio para el próximo ciclo escolar.   


Las inscripciones para las clases de verano se comenzarán llenando la solicitud en línea en Después de enviar la solicitud, el estudiante y los padres del estudiante recibirán un correo electrónico con instrucciones para seleccionar las clases que el estudiante planea tomar durante el verano. El correo electrónico lo recibirán 2-3 días escolares después de haber enviado la solicitud.


Vex Summer.jpgPayment by check or money order ONLY made payable to CAMS PTSO. You may bring it to the CAMS front office or mail it to
CAMS PTSO at 1000 East Victoria Street, Carson CA 90746


Career Pathways and Robot Building Experience

July 5 through July 28- Monday through Friday
Eligibility:  must have completed 9th grade


Application Deadline:  May 30th


The H.H. Chao Comprehensive Digestive Disease Center presents:
Career Exploration & College Preparation for Young Women

Young women ages 16 to 18, who will be juniors or seniors in high school, are invited to apply to Summer Healthcare Experience (SHE), a weeklong educational program beginning Monday, Aug. 1 through Friday, Aug. 5 at the UC Irvine Medical Center.

Exploring healthcare careers
For young women considering a career in healthcare, the program provides firsthand exposure to many opportunities. Participants will:

  • Shadow physicians and other health professionals.
  • Get in the action: simulate surgery, learn CPR and get to know role models and mentors in the field.
  • Attend career panels to learn what it takes to make your career dreams a reality.
  • Plan, research and present a digestive health awareness project with guidance from a faculty member.

Preparing for college
Daily classes and individualized counseling cover all steps of the college admissions process:

  • Choosing where to apply
  • Planning how to pay
  • Perfecting your personal statement
  • Preparing for interviews

Upon finishing the program, all participants will receive a certificate of completion and a reference letter for college applications.

Tuition is $1,359 with a deadline of  May 1. Up to 30 young women will be selected. Eight full scholarships are available based on merit and financial need.


Mission Engineering offers a two-week intensive summer enrichment program in engineering exploration and preparation.


To be eligible you must:

*  be currently in the 10th or 11th grade

* have completed algebra 2 or Trig/Math Analysis or Pre-calculus

*  have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA in college prep courses

*  priority will be given to active MESA students


Applications due May 1st



Cabrillo Marine Aquarium's Young Scientist Program is run by Aquatic Nursery staff members who are involved in aquaculture, animal development and coastal monitoring research. Staff and students work together to study threatened and endangered species and share research results with visitors.

The research mentoring program teaches students how to design and conduct research projects to achieve a better understanding of southern California's marine life. Several student researchers have placed very high at local, county and state science fairs, and some students have received top honors at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. The Young Scientist Program received the 2013 Top Honors Award for Education from the Association of Zoos & Aquariums.

How to Apply
Please note that there are only a limited number of student researcher positions available each year. To apply for the 2016 Young Scientists Program, attend the next Research Program Icebreaker.

Research Program Icebreaker
Sunday, May 15, 2016, 10am-3pm

There is one research cycle each year, running from summer through spring of the following year, when the Young Scientists Symposium concludes the program. Each research cycle begins with a Research Program Icebreaker to meet new applicants and for staff to conduct interviews. Applications are provided at the Research Program Icebreaker for the Young Scientists Program. Training in animal welfare, safety, and communication is provided during summer. Completion of training is required for participation in research experiments during the school year.


Pathways to Science is a project of the Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP). Pathways to Science supports pathways to the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We place particular emphasis on connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources.