At Health Professions High School, we prepare students for
college and careers. So we give students more hands-on
experience, more interaction with local healthcare employers,
more chances to earn college credit and more chances to
test-drive your career – all while still in high school.
Use this online link starting November 18:
@Middle Schools: Tuesday, December 3 (after school)
@CKM: Saturday, December 7: 8am-10am (Library) No
@CKM: Thursday, December 12: 3pm-5pm
(Library) No registration required
Acceptance letters from SCUSD:
Estimated week of February 7
Questions? Please email: Ellen-Wong@scusd.edu
**Students not currently enrolled in SCUSD schools or
live outside district boundaries
Students who live outside our district boundaries (including
those currently on inter-district permits) are not eligible to
participate in the online application. Students must still
complete an in person essay one of the scheduled sessions.
A paper application will be available for download starting on
January 7, 2020 for students who wish to apply during out inter
and intra-permit window April 1, 2020- May 1, 2020. Please
contact the Enrollment Center for more information.
Out-of-district applicants who meet the program requirements
will be accepted or go on the waiting list after qualified
in-district applicants per California Education Code.
Program in American and California Exploration (PACE)
WHAT IS PACE?
Program in America and California Explorations (PACE) is a
small learning community at John F. Kennedy High School.
PACE offers students a four-year advanced academic program.
The goal is to ensure that all PACE students are prepared to
attend and succeed at competitive four-year colleges and
universities. Each PACE student takes a rigorous
college-prep curriculum (including Advanced Placement and
honors classes in English, history, science, math, and
foreign language) and uniquely designed
English and history courses with an emphasis on California
government, and literature, emphasizing writing across the
curriculum. The first item college and university admissions
counselors look at is a student’s GPA in conjunction with the
rigor and challenge of his or her course schedule.
Please visit the PACE website
for more information about the PACE Program.
A Linked Learning, Big Picture high school dedicated to
preparing students for postsecondary education and careers by
learning through internships.
The Met is still accepting students for the 2017-18 school
year. Schedule a Shadow Day to see what the Met has to
offer! Since the Met is not an Open Enrollment school, they
can accept student any time throughout the year.
A Linked Learning and New Technology Network high school
offering courses in Technology and Engineering, Computer
Graphics, Visual Communications, and Digital Media.
New Tech would like to formally invite you all to New
Tech’s Winter Exhibition, Dec. 12th from 6-8 p.m. We
would love to have Sutter families come and see what NT is all
about and all the pathways we have to offer. This is a winter
showing of our robotics, media design, art, Science, as well as,
History and English courses.