SYHS Beauty and the Beast

Join the San Ysidro High School’s Production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.

April 28th at 6 PM

April 29th at 2 PM

Price $8

This information is provided to give families information about programs in the community. The San Ysidro School District does not endorse the sponsor and is not responsible for the content, cost, or any other aspect of the products and services provided by others. All information is provided by the sponsor and, if you have questions, please contact them directly.

Esta información se proporciona para dar información a las familias sobre los programas en la comunidad. El Distrito Escolar de San Ysidro no endosa al patrocinador y no será responsable por el contenido, costo o cualquier otro aspecto de los productos y servicios proporcionados por terceros. Toda la información es proporcionada por el patrocinador y, si usted tiene preguntas, póngase en contacto con ellos directamente.

Career Expo for Creative Careers

My Sound Future is a career expo that motivates youth in under served communities to see that it is possible to have creative careers. We show attendees it takes more than the performer on the stage to have a good performance. It takes a community. You need technicians, managers, marketers, graphic designers, and more. The audience doesn’t realize how many roles it takes to pull off a great show – and each role is integral. How would a star shine without people setting the stage.

Last year, we had aspiring creatives become inspired by Emmy winners, San Diego Music Award recipients, Broadway dancers, and other talented professionals that came from the very communities where these youth reside. This year, we have added more panels and will highlight more performances that will show people that they can follow their heart by following their art!

My Sound Future

Saturday, April 22, 2017


A Reason To Survive (ARTS)

200 E. 12th St.

National City, CA 91950

RSVP here:
Spaces are limited, so I encourage you or someone you know to reserve your space today.
If you’d like to volunteer your talents, contact us at

Voting for Senior Standouts

Attention Seniors!

To vote for this year’s senior standouts, click on the following link:

YOU MUST BE SIGNED INTO YOUR SCHOOL GOOGLE ACCOUNT (example: IN ORDER TO VOTE. You will not be permitted access using any other email account.

The voting window will remain open until Friday, March 7th – don’t delay!

If you need assistance, please see Mrs. Quick in room 707 during lunch.

Chicana/Latina High School Conference at SDSU

The Association of Chicana Activists (A.Ch.A.) at San Diego State University would like to cordially invite you, your students, and their parents to our 24th Annual Chicana/Latina High School Conference on Saturday, April 15, 2016.

This conference is offered to promote: higher education, cultural awareness, positive Chicana/Latina role models, and self-determination to youth of all genders. It is very important to note that this conference is not exclusive for young women, and we encourage all to attend.

A.Ch.A. works to provide our low income, first generation, and underrepresented students with the tools and motivation needed to obtain a higher education. Regardless of the obstacles that are present today such as tuition and fee increases, rising costs of living, and less funding for vital services, we believe that they should not stop students from attending college.

Our 24th Annual Chicana/Latina High School Conference theme is: “People of Color: Creating New Narratives for Our Education and Our Communities.”

The conference will be held in Montezuma Hall in the Aztec Student Union at San Diego State University and free parking will be provided. Registration and breakfast will begin at 8:00 am and our program will end at 4:00 pm.

Our conference will host workshops that discuss: financial aid, the path to a four year university, and current social and cultural issues, among many other topics.

This conference is absolutely free and includes: breakfast and lunch, daycare for anyone who may need it, empowering keynote speakers, scholarships, and live entertainment.  

All high school students, parents, educators and members of the community are welcome to attend. Everyone is welcome!

Register for the conference at

A.Ch.A scholarships will be awarded at the conference and we encourage all eligible students to apply. The deadline to submit a scholarship application is Sunday, April 1st, 2017 at 11:59 PM. Please note that applicants must be present at the High School Conference in order to receive the scholarship if awarded.

Yearbook Purchase

Don’t let the memories fade away! Buy a yearbook online at

If you prefer to purchase the yearbook in person, print out an order form and bring your completed form to Ms. Quick in room 707: SYHS yearbook order form

If you would like to create a custom ad for your student’s yearbook please open this informational flyer: San Ysidro adFlyer

Attention SYHS Alumni, if you’re interested in buying a yearbook for previous years, please visit the ASB office.

Campus Portal for Students and Parents

Students, your campus portal user name is your ID number, your password is the first letter of your first name, the first letter of your last name, and your six digit birth date (example: Brenda Murguia born May 15, 2002 is bm051502)

Parents, to obtain a username and password you must first register your child.  Once you register your child, you may call San Ysidro High to obtain your access code.   If you forgot your username and password, or if you access code does not work, you must call the district’s IT department at 619-796-7745.

To access grades if you have a username and password click here for the Campus Portal Website

App available to access grades for students and parents.  Please click here to open a flyer with information

CSF -The California Scholarship Federation

The California Scholarship Federation, CSF, is an organization that was established in the early 1920’s to emphasize and recognize high standards of service, scholarship, and citizenship.

To qualify for CSF membership this semester, follow these guidelines:

  1. You must earn a minimum of 10 points from last semester’s grades.
  • The first 4 points must be from LIST I
  • The first 7 points (including 4 from List 1) must be from LIST I and II
  • The remaining points may come from any LIST I, II, or III
  1. You must use no more than 5 courses to qualify.
  1. NO CSF POINTS are given for physical education, courses taken in lieu of P.E., subjects repeated to improve a grade, courses involving office/teaching assistance, intersession/summer school courses, support courses, special education courses or courses taken on a pass/fail basis.
  1. CSF points are granted as follows:
  • a grade of A= 3  CSF points
  • a grade of B= 1  CSF point
  • a grade of C= 0  CSF points
  • a grade of D or F in any course, even in one not used to qualify, disqualifies you from membership at this time.  This applies in SCHOLARSHIP & CITIZENSHIP!!!

***An A or B in an AP or HN course grants the member 1 additional point, up to a maximum of two such points per semester

Also remember:

  1. Membership qualification is determined on a semester to semester basis.
  2. You must reapply each semester and you must meet application deadlines.
  3. Courses you may use are listed on the back of this page and are divided into LISTS I, II, & III.
  4. One semester of qualification must be in your senior year.
  5. You must attend meetings to hear of any changes, deadlines and/or updates regarding CSF.  Meetings are the first Monday of each month for Seniors, the first Tuesday for Juniors and the first Wednesday for Sophomores, in RELO 11 at the BEGINNING of lunch.