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Class of 2018!!! This is your final year in at Santee Education Complex.  Let's make this an exciting and memorable year.  Please frequent this site for all news regarding requirements, helpful tools and to know more about your year.  Lets make this year the best here at Santee!!!
Graduation Requirements:
Basic Requirements to receive a diploma:
  1. 210 credits
  2. Complete A-G Requirements
  3. Complete Service Learning Project (SLP)
  4. Health Requirement
Additional expectations for seniors to be eligible to participate in graduation ceremony:
  1. Complete a Senior Portfolio (Attached)
  2. WRC interview (online application and resume template are on this site)
  3. 96% attendance or better
  4. Senior Behavior Contract-Must be signed and turned into Ms. Torres in counseling office


Santee Senior Class Meetings:


Come to the Senior Class Meetings taking place every Tuesday after school in Ms. Georges room C114.  See you there.



For More information see one of the following:



Ms. Rodriguez College Center

Ms.Miller C 227

Ms. Georges C 114

Ms. Ordonez C 201

Ms. Torres Counseling Center

This is your Senior Team:






Ms. Ansley Gutierrez


X 1081

Main Office

Ms. Ruiz

Assistant Principal


Main Office

Ms. Torres



Counseling Office

Ms. Rodriguez

College Counselor



College Center

Ms. Ruiz

College Advisor


College Center

Ms. Johnson



Counseling Office

Mr. Elston

Ms. Ordonez

Ms. Georges

Ms. Rodriguez

Ms. Miller

Ms. C. Johnson


Senior Sponsor


Main Office

C 201

C 114

College Center

C 227


Ms. Heredia

Attendance Counselor


Main Office

Ms. Herrera (A-L)

Mr. Chow (M-Z)

Diploma Project Counselor


X 1003

X 1004

Counseling Office

Ms. Jurado (A-L)

Ms. Marroquin (M-Z)

Psychiatric Social Worker-Counselor





Main Office

Chef Lis

WRC Coordinator


C 300

Ms. Franklin

Portfolio Coordinator



C 315



Important Dates for your Senior Year:

 Please keep these dates and write them down in your calendars.


UC Application Opens                      August 1st                   Visit College Center

Homeroom Meeting                        September 6th           9:05 am

Herff Jones                                        September 7th           (Homeroom Meeting)

Senior Luau                                       September 14th            6:00 pm-Santee Pool

Herff Jones-Order date                   September 14th         Lunch Time



SAT Test Date                                     October 1st

CSU Mentor Application Open       October 1st                 Visit College Center                  

Homecoming Game/Parade           October 13 th              Parade 4:30 pm-Game 7 pm

Homecoming Dance                        October 14th               Santee 7-11 pm

Herff Jones-Order Date                   October 19th       

Senior Meeting                                 October 24th 




Herff Jones-Order Date                   November 16th          Lunch Time

UC/CSU Applications Due               November 30th          Hard Deadline



Finals                                                 December 11th-13th  

Herff Jones- Order Date                 December 14th 

1st Semester Grade Due                  December 15th       Last Day of the Semester



First Day of Second Semester        January 9th 







FAFSA Deadline                               TBA                               Hard Deadline







Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) and Enrollment Deposit Due May 1st

General Housing Application due (may vary by CSU) Due May 15th 

Herff Jones-Deliver                          May 22nd               Delivery of Packages

Prom                                                   May 18th                        

2nd Semester Grades Due              May 24th                     Senior Grades-Graduation Grades

Senior Grad Nite                              May 25th                       Magic Mountain

Senior Awards Nite                         May 30th                      4:30-6:30 pm in Santee Theater



Senior Picnic                                     June 1st                      8:00-11:30 am at Santee Stadium

Senior Grad Nite                              June 2nd                     Disneyland

Graduation                                       June 6th                      5-7 pm Falcon Stadium

Day of Second Semester        June 7th                               Santee Education Complex

Upcoming College Deadlines

  • Monday, May 1stStatement of Intent to Register (SIR) and Enrollment Deposit Due
  • Monday, May 15 – General Housing Application due (may vary by CSU)


Expected Fees for College – Start Saving Up!

  • Enrollment deposit – At least $100, depends by school
  • AP Exam Fee - $5 per AP exam you are taking.



Money for College!

Your student will receive financial aid as long as they submit the FAFSA or California Dream Act application.


Questions?Need Help with the College Application?


Visit Mrs. Rodriguez and Ms. Ruiz in the College Center on campus or by email at: and
Phone: (213) 763-1084

Service Learning Project (SLP):
  • The SLP is an LAUSD graduation requirement. According to LAUSD, it is recommended that SLP guidance and completion be done through a student's Social Science/History class.


  • The purpose of the SLP is for students to engage in a SERVICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE.
11th Grade and 12 graders will complete SLP projects through their US History/AP US History/Economics/Government Classes.


Possible scenarios:

   Class Projects

   Group Projects

   Individual Projects


  • You can also receive SLP credit if you participate in the following projects:
  •       Falcon Crew
  •       Peer Mentoring
  •       AP Environmental Science Projects
  •       Circle of Friends

NOTE: To receive SLP credit for any of the above activities/projects, students MUST complete a TYPED, double-spaced, 1-2 page reflection on their experience. This must be turned in to their US History/AP US History/Government/Economics teacher.


SENIORS: Any senior that has yet to complete their SLP can join Mr. Molina’s AP US History class project. Please have these seniors see Mr. Molina BEFORE school, during lunch, or AFTER school to sign up for this project by March 1.


IF you complete your SLP project, please notify/email your Government/Economics teacher. 

 In addition, see the attached documents on this page labeled "SLP" for you to use.
Work Readiness Certificate:
These are the dates for WRC.  Please check in with your English Teacher or contact Chef Lis at or in Room C-300.  The interviews are in the Library.
Please use the Resume Template, Online Application, and other tools on this website.

1.       Tuesday, October 31

2.       Tuesday, November 14

3.       Tuesday, December 12

4.       Tuesday, January 23

5.       Tuesday, February 13

6.       Tuesday, February 20


Detentions/Community Service


-You can be assigned Detention by any adult on this campus. You should receive a detention letter and a community service log. If not please see the Deans (Mr. Molina or Ms. Johnson) 


-3 tardies equal 1 hour of detention.-Please check with Ms. Heredia in the Main Office (you need a pass to see her).


Please see the Deans about clearing up your tardies.


How to clear your detentions?


Detention/Community Service with the Deans.

¡Ms. Johnson:

  *Every Monday and Wednesday

  *3:15 to 4:15 pm (1 hour) 


  Saturdays 8 am to 12 pm (4 hours)


This may include, school clean up, textbook room clean up, classroom clean up, office duties


*Please listen to announcements for dates