Please congratulate our Teacher of the Month (January), Jonathan Henricksen, Class of 07. In his first year, he serves as the Athletic Director, Teacher and Assistant Boys Varsity Soccer Coach. Thank you for everything you do for your Alma Mater.
Santa Clara High School Financial report for 2018-2019 can be viewed below.
Please congratulate our Teacher of the Month for the month of November, Patrick Allison. Thank you, Mr. Allison, for your commitment to our students and for your service to this wonderful country. God Bless!
Congratulations to Sophomore Olivia Kramer for fulfilling the Integral Student Outcome (ISO) "Independent Thinker", for the month of November. Thank you for consistently exemplifying the area of Independent Thinker and leading by example.
To be A Saint is a Way of Life!
Coach Vazquez Stepping Down at Santa Clara
Oxnard, CA, November 8, 2018-After a three-year tenure with Santa Clara High School, Head Football Coach Tony Vazquez is stepping down. Vazquez was a big part of reviving the Saints Football program. He was an assistant coach during the 2016 season and was named Head Coach in 2017. During his first season at the helm, the Saints posted a 10-3 record, won the Frontier League Championship and finished in the semi-finals of the CIF Southern Section Division 13 playoffs.
Santa Clara High School Administration would like to thank Coach Vazquez for his service and impact on the Football Program. We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors. The search for a new Head Coach will start immediately.
Dear Juniors and Parents,
We are glad that so many of our students have been attending the college presentations at Santa Clara over the last two months and had the opportunity to learn about a variety of schools. Mr. Ramirez and I now look forward to working with you in class and in individual meetings. We have several events coming up in the next month and want you to know what is planned.
November 20th – Mr. Ramirez and Mrs. Huber will be working with all juniors during your religion classes this day. We will be handing out the College Handbook to each student and going through some of the information in it. As a group we will be re-introducing you to Naviance, add one or two schools to your list of colleges that you might be interested in and then research one of these schools. What are some of the majors that the school offers? What are the admissions requirements? We will talk about the importance of your high school academics, standardized testing, extracurricular activities and more.
November 28th – Junior and Parent College Information Night 6:00pm School Library This is the night to learn what happens through the end of junior year, the summer, and into senior year. We will discuss the steps students should be taking now to be well prepared for making decisions about college plans. We will go through the College Handbook in more detail this evening, so we encourage students to bring this with them to the meeting. (They will have received it in class the previous week.) Topics will include: What are students looking for in a college? What are colleges looking for in applicants? How do I find colleges that are a good fit for me? When should I take the ACT and/or SAT and do I have to write essays? Join us as we discuss these topics and more.
PSAT score reports – Students took the PSAT in October and will be able to access their score reports online at CollegeBoard in the second week of December. Paper copies of the scores will be distributed to students by mid-January.
Individual Meetings with College Counselors – Mr. Ramirez and Mrs. Huber will meet individually with each junior. These meetings typically last about 45 mins and are scheduled around the student’s class schedule – APEX classes, elective classes, religion classes. Mr. Ramirez works with students last names A-G and Mrs. Huber works with students last names H-Z. We invite parents to join us for these meetings and can schedule them before school or after school as needed. Contact your student’s counselor if you would like to join us for these meetings.
Trips planned to local colleges: We are delighted that we are going to take students out to visit local colleges. We have received confirmation from two schools for guided tours in the next month. As space is limited, we are offering seniors planning to apply to these schools the opportunity to sign up first and then other seniors and juniors will be able to sign up as space permits. Fees will cover cost of transportation and parking.
#1. November 27th –California Lutheran University Cost $6.00 Departing Santa Clara at 8:00 am and returning by 12:00 noon
#2. December 4th - California State University, Channel Islands Cost $3.00 Departing Santa Clara at 8:30 am and returning by 12:00 noon
If you have any questions about these events or any college related questions, contact your counselor. We are here to help you.
Mrs. Huber and Mr. Ramirez
Congratulations to Santa Clara High School Sophomore Kyler Vea for fulfilling the Integral Student Outcome (ISO) for the month of October in consistently demonstrating and exemplifying the area of Academically Responsible.
Please congratulate our Teacher of the Month for the month of October. Thank you, Mrs. Mack, for your commitment to Catholic Education and Santa Clara High school. We are lucky to have you and grateful for everything you do for our Saints.
#To Be a Saint is a Way of Life.