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If you have not registered to take the CSULB Ethnic Studies, but you are still interested, you are in luck.  The registration deadline has been extended for the spring semester.  This class is offered free to Long Beach Unified 11th and 12th grade students and invited 10th graders.  The class sessions will be held at each of the comprehensive high schools:  Cabrillo, Jordan, Lakewood, Millikan, Poly and Wilson.  All classes will be held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.  Classes will begin on Feb. 4 and continue until May 13, 2017.   Attendance is extremely important in this college class.   If you are unable to attend more than 90 percent of the class sessions, you might reconsider registering for this class, as your grade will be negatively affected by absences.


Enrollment is limited to 70 students per school.  If there are more than 70 students interested per site, students will be randomly selected to participate, with 12th graders given priority.  Students who are not selected will be offered a space at another site where space is available or placed on a waiting list for the fall semester (11th graders only).


If you are interested in being considered for the spring semester CSULB Ethnic Studies class please complete the registration form.


The deadline to complete the registration form will be extended until Sunday, Jan. 29.  There are spaces available at Cabrillo, Jordan, Lakewood, Millikan, Poly and Wilson.


Please note that all notifications for the class will be sent through email.  Please check your email periodically.  Also check your spam/junk email folder, in case it is directed to that folder.


If you have any questions about the program, please see the Frequently Asked Questions sheet.  If you need further assistance, please contact Ms.Ortega at the cortega@lbschools.net.



Greetings EPHS Scholars!!!


This is Mrs. Welch, "Like the Grape Juice!" Are you interested in a career in the medical field? Well, get your start while still in high school and earn credit towards graduation. This is a free 6 week program and transportation is provided. Students will also be paid for their clinical training. Class meets everyday, generally 7:30 - 4:30, so you will need to be committed to the program. Students must have at least 160 credits. You will need to ask your teacher to send me an e-mail recommending you for the program.


Recruiting for this program will continue over the next two weeks. Be prepared to interview with me and  myself first, then the program coordinator at a later date. It is important the you demonstrate a professional demeanor and a willingness to learn. We are looking for students with a GREAT ATTITUDE! This is a wonderful supportive program geared toward making sure EPHS students succeed.


To sign up or get more information see me, Mrs. Welch, in the College and Career Center. I can also be reached at 562.218.0493 ext. 235. If I don't answer, speak clearly and leave your full name, teacher and phone number. I will call you back.


I look forward to seeing you Scholars!!!