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Questions about Common Core Transition from Middle School to High School? Click HERE for the April 1, 2015 PTSA Special Presentation.
The Academic Center
The Academic Center is a place for students to go after their school day to get help from HHS Peer Tutors in learning the necessary content to be successful in their classes.
Click this link for more information
Interested in Homestead's Fundraisers? Check this section throughout the school year to see what current and upcoming fundraisers are happening.
Zanotto's Fundraiser in conjunction with the Music Boosters - Tuesday, May 5, 6-8pm. Click HERE for the flyer with all of the details.
Looking for ACT/SAT workshops or courses?
Click here to go to the PTSA website for more information.
Homestead's Alma Mater
Thank you to Mr. Burn and the Wind Ensemble for recording our Alma Mater!
OPEN FOR DINING!
Brunch and lunch are now being served in our new cafeteria! Come enjoy the delicious BBQ lunch prepared by Homestead’s cafeteria staff. Your patience is appreciated during this Grand Opening experience.
NEWS & EVENTS
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Congratulations Homestead Graduates!
Parents and students - order your lei or flower bouquet today.
Econ Challenge 2015
Mustangs Spring Sports Post-Season Play
Congratulations to Homestead High School Econ Challenge Team 2015! Students Richard C., Steven M., Kazu K., and Erik Y. nailed the 2015 National Economics Challenge and won the David Ricardo division. There are two divisions in the national competition so the Homestead team is one of only two teams that won the national competition in which 10,000 students competed.
Here is a link to the CNBC broadcast announcing the good news: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000380901
The HHS team also won the competition for the best video and here is a link with those team videos:
Here is a link with more information about the National Economics Challenge:
Homestead Varsity Softball team qualified for CCS Playoffs. They defeated Independence High on Wednesday, and now move on to the quarter finals at Fremont High against Wilcox on Saturday, May 23 at 10am. Come out and cheer on the Mustang ladies!
The Aquatics CCS competition was on Friday, May 15th and Saturday, May 16th at the Santa Clara Aquatic Center.
The Homestead Girls swim team finished their season at the Central Coast Section Championships last weekend.
Eugenia Lee, Claire Wynne, Caitlyn Koo and Hayley Bergman combined efforts to place Homestead 12th overall in both freestyle relays, sending the Mustangs to a Top-20 finish for the third consecutive year.
Bergman finished 13th overall in the 50 Freestyle in her final swim as a Mustang.
Koo finished 15th overall in the 100 Butterfly, and qualified for state championships placing 4th overall in the 100 Freestyle. Caitlyn will go on to swim at the inaugural California State meet in Clovis, CA this Friday and Saturday.
Congratulations to the Dive team, qualifying 5 athletes for the CCS meet: Anna Dupin, Julia Clark, Dalton Miner, Bryce Leone, and David Truong.
Congratulations Boys Tennis for being one of the top five varsity 2015 spring scholastic championship teams with the highest collective grade-point average (3.687) of all teams competing in that spring sport.
Congratulations to Homestead senior athletes who have signed a “Letter of Intent” to play a sports for their college. This is a binding agreement in which their commitment for playing is compensated by their university providing financial aid and scholarships for them to attend their college. This year’s signers are:
Hannah Allen Cal Poly XC & Track Molecular Biology
Hello Homestead Community~
Construction of the Cafeteria and Main Quad is well underway. The initial part of the project includes construction of a quad situated at the middle of the campus. Once completed, this quad will become the main thoroughfare for the campus. It will include an exterior performing stage as well as numerous seating which provides outdoor collaboration areas for student and staff to enjoy. Our target is to complete this portion of the project by Monday, August 18, the first day of school.
The other part of the project currently in construction is the new Cafeteria and Classrooms Building. Our target is to complete the building by April 2015.
We thank the Homestead community for the financial support which enables these new facilities to be constructed to provide a strong school environment for our growing student population.
Click here or the Pardon Our Dust sign to see a brief overview, progressive photos, architect renditions,
and a link that will provide an insight to all HHS bond improvement projects.
The All Night Party committee is working hard to make your 2015 Grad Night experience the best.
Click here to find out the latest details!
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The Fremont Union High School District Board of Trustees is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals. The District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation or association with a person or a group with one or more of these perceived or actual characteristics. The Board shall promote programs ensuring that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district.
The District require that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when it is safe to do so and when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
2014 - 15
Friday, May 22 - Holiday Bell Schedule
Monday, May 25 - Memorial Day, No School
May 26 and 27 - Senior Finals (regular bell schedule)
June 1-4 - Final Exams Week - Special Bell Schedule
June 4th - Graduation 3:00pm
medical / health information
Health and Safety Tip of the Week
With the warming weather, regardless of your activity level, don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink water. Stay hydrated all day and carry a water bottle with you.
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Homestead High School student-created Deckshuffle is a free mobile app for parents and students across the Fremont Union High School District. Access school resources, catch upcoming events, browse the school's schedule, and read the school newspaper, all on your phone! Use the app to easily contact attendance hotlines, key faculty members and staff. Download the app today!
Visit www.deckshuffle.com for more information.
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