Juniors

11th Graders

Welcome back to San Marcos High School! Here are some important information to keep in mind as you work towards graduation:

  • Continue keeping track of any extra-curricular activities, sports, or community service activities that you participate in

  • Plan on taking the SAT and/or ACT tests during your Junior year

  • Begin applying for college scholarships

  • Visit the College & Career Center to receive latest news on colleges, community service opportunities, scholarships, and more!

Ways to Get Involved:

  • Join a club

  • Creat your own club (get application from ASB)

  • Try out for a sport

  • Try out for a play

  • Think about joining yearbook, leadership, etc.

Attention Parents/Guardians of 11th graders (Cal Grant GPA opt-out information)

To Parents/Guardians of 11th graders,

In October 2018 the SMHS counseling team will send the GPAs for all SMHS seniors to the California Student Aid Commission. This GPA verification is required to determine eligibility for financial aid (Cal Grant) from the State of California for students who will attend a college or university in California.

Parents/Guardians have the option to opt-out from this process. If you would NOT like your student's GPA sent to the California Student Aid Commission this fall, please contact our counseling secretary, Gwen Smith 760-290-2262 or by email at gwendolyn.smith@smusd.org.

SELF HELP FORMS

Grd. 11 - Parent Presentation - Helping your junior with college research

4 Year University A-G Planner

Graduation Requirements

Letter of Rec - Brag Packet (rev. 12.10.15)

ASVAB Resource

 

Planning For College: How to start preparing for College Admissions in your Junior Year

Community Service Grid

What You Need to Know About the SAT Suite of Assessments.

Taking Foreign Language Classes at Palomar or Mira Costa

Request for Outside Credit Form

(Other than Palomar or Mira costa

Palomar College K-12 form

Mira Costa K-12 form