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Today: 7/17/18



Girls Volleyball tryouts for the 2018-2019 season will be held on the following dates:


July 27 from 6-8pm @ Estancia High School Main Gym

August 3 from 6-8pm @ TeWinkle Middle School 

September 14 from 6-8pm @ Estancia High School Main Gym 


The tryouts are for all 3 levels (Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen).  


Please make sure to finish Athletic Clearance before coming to the tryouts. You can now be cleared online.  



Are you looking for healthy & fun things do to this summer? 


SOY offers music production, dance, Zumba, yoga, and spin workshops on Mondays and Wednesdays.  A personal statement writing workshop is also offered on Mondays for students looking to apply to college next year.  On Tuesdays, SOY will be going on field trips to places such as Knott's Berry Farm and an Angels baseball game.  On Thursdays, SOY will be offering college tours to universities including Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Fullerton, San Diego State University, and Chapman University.  On Fridays, SOY will be riding bikes to the pool at the Downtown Recreation Center.  Check out the attached SOY summer schedule for more information about the activities offered through SOY. 


SOY is also offering a summer camp on Monday, August 13 to Saturday, August 18 at Camp E.L.K. in the Angeles National Forest.  Summer camp activities include:  archery, hiking, survival skills, campfires, sports, fishing, dance, crafts, team building, and leadership sessions.  The cost is $50 for SOY members and transportation is included.  See the attached application if you are interested in participating in the SOY summer camp. 


Sign-up today to join SOY and take part in these activities.  Go to save-our-youth.org or call SOY at (949) 548-3255 for more information. 


The Costa Mesa Senior Center is in need of volunteers to help with their "Tech Talk" workshops for senior citizens.  Volunteers would help teach senior citizens how to use features on their cell phone such as how to text message, how to take a photo, how to send an email, how to us WiFi, how to sign onto a public WiFi, how to use Bluetooth, how to set up their calendar, how to install apps, how to set notifications and alarms on their phone, how to set up voicemail, how to add, edit or delete a contact, and how to use Skype or FaceTime on their phone.  Below are a list of dates where volunteers are needed.  


Friday, May 25

Friday, June 22

Friday, July 27

Friday, August 24

Friday, September 28

Friday, October 26

Friday, November 30


The Senior Center is located at 695 W. 19th Street in Costa Mesa.  If you know how to use the above features on your cell phone and would like to help senior citizens in Costa Mesa, please contact Susan Davidson at (714) 327-7547 or at susan.davidson@costamesaca.gov.  


College Testing

College Testing Websites

College Board - register for the SAT


ACT - register for the ACT


PSAT/NMSQT (The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test)

This test measures the critical reading, math problem solving and writig skills. It provides:

1. Practice for the SAT Reasoning Test,

2. Feedback on your strengths and weaknesses for college study skills,

3. A chance to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation scholarship programs,

4. Information from colleges when you check yes to the Student Search Service.

The PSAT/NMSQT is for Juniors. Freshmen and Sophomores may take the test. It is given ONLY in October. In September, the high school will tell you how to sign up. When your test fee is paid, you receive an information booklet. Although the test will include many changes similar to those on the new SAT, it will not include an essay nor third year college preparatory math questions. For details visit the Collegeboard website.

College Board SAT

The SAT Reasoning Test (formerly Scholastic Aptitude Test and Scholastic Assessment Test ) is a measure of the critical thinking skills needed for academic success in college. It assesses how well you analyze and solve problems. Each section of the SAT is scored on a scale of 200-800, and the writing section will contain two subscores. The SAT is typically taken by high school juniors and seniors.

The SAT Subject Tests are designed to measure knowledge and skills in particular subject areas, as well as the ability to apply that knowledge. Subject tests are one hour and multiple choice tests. Many colleges use these exams as an indication of subject mastery and as an entrance requirement. Some colleges specify the Subject Tests they require; others allow applicants to choose which tests to take. Check which tests your college(s) require.

Create an Online Account

1. Go to www.collegeboard.org

2. Click on Register for the SAT.

3. Click on Register Now to choose a User Name and Password.

4. Continue using the same account throughout your college selection process.

Register for the SAT

1. Use your online account to register for the SAT Reasoning Test or SAT Subject Tests.

2. Choose which test, what date, and which test center you want.

3. Select colleges to receive your score reports (the first four reports are FREE).

See the Counseling Department for the SAT information and study guides.

ACT Testing

The ACT is America's most widely accepted college entrance exam. The University of California (UC) and the California State University (CSU) accept ACT in place of the SAT Reasoning. Certain colleges, especially those in the Midwest, require the ACT.

The ACT assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college level work. The multiple choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading and science. The Writing Test, measures skill in planning and writing a short essay. Results are sent to your high school and to institutions you designate.Applications are available at your high school. Check with your Counselor to see if you qualify for a fee waiver.

Test dates are Saturdays and ACT does allow standby registration.Register Online at www.actstudent.org 

With online registration you:    

1. Can complete registration 24/7.    

2. Get your admission ticket sooner.    

3. Have access to the most-up-to-date list of locations so you can get the best choice of test centers. See the Counseling Department for the ACT information and study guides.