San Jacinto Valley Academy

News and Announcements

Attendance BBQ's This Week!

Attention parents and students! We will be having our Attendance BBQ's this week. Grades K-5 will be enjoying their BBQ on Tuesday, March 28th, and Grades 6-12 will enjoy theirs on Wednesday, March 29th. Note: Only students with perfect attendance in Month 6 will be permitted to attend the BBQ. Thank you!
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Opportunity for Community Service Hours

The Veterans of Foreign War are looking for volunteers for the upcoming Global War on Terror Wall of Remembrance.
Students will have an opportunity to help with gardening and other activities.

Saturdays to volunteer: March 25th, April 1st, April 8th, April 15th, April 22nd, April 29th, May 13th, and/or May 20th from 8am-12pm.
Students who volunteer during Memorial Weekend, will earn DOUBLE the community service hours! Memorial Weekend—May 26th-29th.

Food and drinks will be provided for all volunteers!

Requirement: Volunteers must wear a SJVA gear while they volunteer. This can be a SJVA sports shirt, SJVA logo shirt, or any other shirt that has SJVA on it.

For more information contact: Brenley Gagnon at 949-257-9637
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Boys and Girl State Delegates and Alternates

Boys and Girls State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students. Students typically engage in a number of political activities such as running for office, electing officials, drafting and debating bills, and making motions
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High School Senior Day at MSJC- Coming May 11th!

High School Senior Day at MSJC
Seniors will have an opportunity to complete their MSJC enrollment, take the placement test, do a campus tour, and meet staff all in one day!
When: May 11 (from 12pm-7pm. Students can arrive at any time)
Where: MSJC room EAC/Rm1120
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Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program- Available to 7th Graders!

Current 7th graders who have strong academic records are encouraged to apply.
To be eligible for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program, the applicant must meet the following eligibility requirements:
• Grade level – Entering 8th grade in the fall of 2017.
• Academics – Since the beginning of 6th grade, have earned grades of all or mostly A's in school with no C's or below in core academic subjects (English/language arts, math, science, social studies/history).
• Testing – The official score report from the applicant’s state standardized testing. If the applicant has taken the SAT or ACT through a regional talent center, they should also submit those score reports.
• Income – Family income does not exceed $95,000. The average family income of entering Cooke Young Scholars is approximately $25,000. In recent years nearly all Cooke Young Scholars have come from families with incomes below $60,000.
• Location – Reside in the U.S. or a U.S. territory and plan to attend high school in the U.S.
Contact us at 800-941-3300 or email
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