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East Side Union High School District

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    jeanpicJeans wanted!  Any size or style, as long as they are in good condition.  All jeans will be donated to underprivileged youth. Support PHHS AVID efforts and support local youth!

    Collection Location: Main Hall Bin or Room D-222 (Mrs. Flores’ Room) through 2/28

    Thank you very much for supporting this great cause.


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    Posted 10/21/19

    WCKY - An Audience Participation Play

    Excitement is in the air at radio station WCKY, as the cast and production team get ready to go on the air in 1939. But things go wrong quickly when head writer Roy plans to propose on air to assistant director Polly.  One of the radio actresses, Sarah, has helped him get a ring, and of course, Polly walks in just as Roy is down on one knee practicing his proposal with Sarah.  When Sarah ends up dead a few minutes later as she’s about to make her own shocking  announcement on the air, all signs point to poor Roy.

    By the time the night is over, two others have also been murdered, and each time, Roy is the prime suspect.  It’s up to our creative writer and YOU, members of our audience, to solve the mystery and clear his name.

    Enjoy free drinks and desserts before the show and at intermission as you gather clues and cast your vote before the truth is revealed. Prizes will be awarded.

    *This show is directed by Ravneet Sahota, Andrew Wang and Jocelyn Do and features over 20 advanced drama students on stage with others working the technical elements. 

    Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with free desserts and drinks Curtain at 7:00 p.m.

    Tickets: Student $8  Adult: $10

    Posted 10/20/19
    Key 2019-2020 ESUHSD Magnet Dates

    Read more about the ESUHSD Magnet Programs

    January 15, 2020

    • Magnet Night and Application Available online
    • Independence High School 
      617 N. Jackson Ave, San Jose, CA 95133
    • Large Gymnasium @ 6:00 - 8:00 PM

    February 7, 2020

    • Magnet Application due by 4:00 PM via online or 
    • East Side Union High School District
      830 N. Capitol Ave, San Jose, CA 95133

    February 26, 2020

    • Magnet Lottery at 3:00 PM
    • East Side Union High School District Lounge

    March 16-20, 2020    

    • Notification letters mailed to parents

    April 3, 2020

    • Parents' acceptance forms due
    • East Side Union High School District
      830 N. Capitol Ave, San Jose, CA 95133

    April 21, 2020

    • Enrollment process begin at the accepted Magnet school
    Career Technical Education
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    Work Based Learning video

    PH offers two dynamic pathways supporting career and technical education opportunities for students – Entrepreneurship Marketing and Construction Technology. The Entrepreneurship Marketing courses offer business and career exploration, advertising, marketing, graphic design, web page design, and economics of business ownership and entrepreneurship through a student run business   All courses in the program also meet A-G requirements for CSUs and UCs.  In the Construction Technology pathway, students prepare for a career in the construction industry and get a head start toward college.  From job shadowing to national contests, students interact with professionals and build skills and confidence.  For more information on these programs please email (Entrepreneruship Marketing) or (Construction Technology.)

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    About Our School

    About Us

    Mission - To create a school community that provides all students with a strong educational foundation that prepares them to thrive in a global society and develops the skills needed to achieve their potential.

    Vision - To be a community based learning center where an atmosphere of success, innovation, and self-empowerment will exist for all students.