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San Juan Hills High School

Capistrano Unified School District

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    5 STAR Student Rewards!

    Click the 5 STAR image to view how many 5 STAR points you have! Make sure to download the 5 STAR student app.




    ASB Election Application due Tuesday, 3/24

    9-11 graders interested in running for an elected position in ASB must scan and email application to Brooke Valderrama,, by the end of the day Tuesday, March 24.

    Election Packet 2020-2021 

    ASB Incoming Freshman Application

    8th graders attending SJHHS in the fall!  Want to be a member of ASB?  Applications are available now!

    20-21 Incoming Freshman Application

    Link Crew New Leader Application

    Sophomores and Juniors!

    Interested in applying to be a Link Crew Leader for the 2020-2021 school year?  NEW digital applications are available now and are due by 7:00 pm on Friday, 4/17!

    Link Crew New Leader Application 2020

    The Express Newspaper Application

    Be a part of the amazing newspaper staff in 2020-21!

    Newspaper Application 2020

    Say Something

    Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows you to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others.

    Say Something Campaign

    IMPACT Teen Drivers - Parking Pass Eligibility 2020

    • Current Sophomores and Juniors Only (class of 2021 and 2022)
    • Saturday, May 23rd - 11:00 am (GYM)
    • Tuesday, July 21st - 4:00 pm (GYM)
      • Students, please bring your school student ID card.
      • Parents, please bring your driver's license.

    Students and Parents who plan on purchasing a park permit at SJHHS for the first time next year must attend one of the above sessions for IMPACT Teen Drivers. If you are a current junior and already have a parking permit, you do not need to attend an IMPACT session. If you have already attended the presentation last year, but did not receive a parking pass this year, you do not need to attend an IMPACT session. These sessions are required for parents & students who are going to be first time parking pass purchasers, who have not attended an IMPACT session.

    After attending, you will fill out a form at the end of the session which will document your attendance. Parents and students - please ensure that you have an ID to ensure a smooth process. DOORS WILL CLOSE at the beginning of the presentation (times listed above) so please plan on arriving 10-15 minutes earlier.  

    *Parking Permit Applications for all Seniors and Juniors will be collected during registration week in Late July/Early August. More procedures and timelines will follow as the school year closes.


    Early Out Requests/Late Arrivals  (949) 234-5568            

    Please call early in the morning to make arrangements for students leaving early.  Students must pick up their slip during a passing period to avoid classroom interruptions throughout the day! /  When students are late to school, a parent/guardian must call prior to lunch to verify the reason for arriving late.

    24 Hour Absence Line        (949) 234-5592             

    Please do not leave requests for early outs/late arrivals on this line.

    For more information on attendance procedures, please click on the Attendance Quicklink at the top right of this webpage.

    24 Hour Absence Email - School Loop 

    This email is for reporting absences only. Early Outs/Late Arrivals will not be reviewed and no reply will be provided to any questions or concerns.  This email account is for reporting absences only.  Emails will only be accepted through a Parent School Loop Account.

    To utilize this method, please login to School Loop, click Loopmail, and write an email to:

    "SJHHS Absence Reporting Only (will not reply)."



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    About Us


    At San Juan Hills, we Ride for the Brand.  This means that SJHHS students:

    Balance academics, activities, and social/emotional needs.
    Respect and include those from all backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives.
    Apply higher-level thinking skills to a broad range of college and career contexts.
    Nurture relationships with their communities and positively contribute to society as a whole.
    Dedicate themselves to setting and reaching meaningful goals.