Ms. Jessica Yazdani (substitute for Lillie Arranaga)
Hours: M-F 7:15 AM - 3:30 PM
Walk-in during brunch, lunch, and after school
**Meeting by appointment only
College and Career Center News!
Hey Tino! Do you need SAT test prep?
The PTSA is happy to announce that it will be sponsoring a comprehensive and affordable SAT-prep course for the Spring Semester.
Designed for the new SAT, this 13-hour course will be taught by experienced SAT prep teachers from Future Path Prep.
The course will be held on campus after school from March 27th through April 19thand costs only $100! Due to limited space, this course is open to sophomores through seniors only. Get a registration form at the College and Career Center or register online at futurepathprep.com.
*CHS will be hosting their 2017 Career Fair on February 3, 2017. Begin thinking about which career field interests you the most! Details will be available soon.
Stanford Medical students and co-directors of the SCCMA/Stanford Transformative Experience in Medicine (SSTEM) provide high school students with a weekend program to increase engagement in science through hands-on projects and exposure to careers in medicine.
Increasing the diversity of physicians in medicine is one of their primary goals. They would like to extend the invitation to Cupertino High School students!
The program will take place over three weekends: May 6th, May 13th, and May 20th of 2017. The first two sessions will take place in San Jose, with the last session taking place at Stanford. Each session will last approximately 5 hours, between 8:30am and 1:30pm.
It is completely free for CHS students!
Visit their website for information about program dates, application deadlines and some background on each of the co-directors. (See website below)
The application will go live in February for the program this year.
This year, CACESF (California Association of Collectors Educational Scholarship Foundation) is offering a total of six scholarships—three to high school juniors and three to graduating seniors. First place winners will receive $2,500, second place winners will receive $2,000, and third place winners will receive $1,500.
To apply, students must submit an original essay on the following topic: The importance of establishing and maintaining good financial credit during your college years.
All applications must be submitted online at cacesf.org.
The online application will open January 2, 2017 and the deadline to submit is March 30, 2017 at 11: 59p.m.
Please see the attached documents
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Matthew Peralta by phone at (916) 929-2125.