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San Juan Hills High School

Capistrano Unified School District


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    Senior Parent Presentation

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    Click HERE for Handout

    Click HERE for Spanish Version of Presentation

    Click HERE for Spanish Version of Handout

    Guidance Portal: Requests for Allowable Schedule Changes

    Allowable schedule changes are limited to leveling down and/or dropping an extra class.  We are unable to honor requests for changes in electives, teachers, class periods, or free periods.


    Requests for a level down or drop as specified above, can be made using the online Guidance Portal.  Change request must be made by Friday, September 28th.

    Guidance portal:



    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 (new for 2018/2019)

    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.