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College 101 Saturday College Prep Workshop

Attention SENIORS & Parents!

As a special Parent Institute session, on Saturday, October 20th, the counselors hosted a College Workshop. Time was dedicated to complete college applications, personal statements, financial aid applications, scholarship applications and much more!
Representatives from KIPP and UC San DIego were onsite to assist.

The next Parent Institute is set for November 8 at 5:00 pm and it will focus on e3 Curriculum and Instruction.
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College 101 Parent Institute Workshop

The e3 counselors hosted a College 101 Presentation on Thursday, October 4th at 5:00pm which included Spanish translation. More than 50 participants attended and gained invaluable information about the College Application process, Financial Aid, and the College Application Timeline.

The next Parent Institute is set for November 8 at 5:00 pm and it will focus on e3 Curriculum and Instruction.
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East Coast College Tour Spring 2019

Attention Families! In Spring 2019, we head to Boston and
New York for the east coast college tour. This is an immersive college orientation program for scholars in grades 9, 10 and 11.

The agenda covers 11 college campus tours, meeting admissions representatives, talking with current college students, exploring a new part of the country, and more!

Contact Ms. Colon or Ms. Couperus for more information.
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e3 Board of Trustees Meetings

Next Meeting: Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 4:30 pm
Central Library Sullivan's Commissioner Room - 9th Floor

You can visit the website to review Board Documents.

Thank you for remaining involved in every e3 Civic High Decision-making table. We hope to see you often! Board meetings and updates are posted on our website. Please notify the front office at 619-546-0000 if you plan to attend the meeting and need Spanish translation or other accommodations.
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e3 Parent Living Room

After searching for the perfect place for our parents to gather, relax, and engage, we have designated the e3 Living Room as the optimal location. Daily, parents can drop in, have coffee or tea, and share their ideas to keep e3 on the path of success. Stop by anytime. The Living Room is located on the 6th floor in the northwest corner of the campus. We promise to have smiles, open arms, and open minds in order to support the needs of all families. We love our parents!
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e3 Civic High in Support of DACA

e3 Civic High is deeply committed to the inclusion of all people, regardless of their race, ethnicity, heritage, national origin, immigration status, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition, or disability. We believe that America is a compassionate country and that all persons should be fully supported in that context.

One educational program in particular epitomizes our values of access and success for all scholars. This very special program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), has provided support to young people who were brought to this country as children, not under their own volition. It was established via executive order by the previous presidential administration to provide a fair and practical way for these young people to be treated. Most of these young people have only known the United States of America as their home and they have prospered in the many endeavors they have pursued in our great educational systems, including schools, community colleges, and universities. Our educational organization enrolls DACA scholars and we are proud of them.
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