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A DREAM Come True

A DREAM Come True

Over the weekend, the San Francisco Chronicle published an article about undocumented students applying for state scholarships — and they featured one of our ASAP students! Read more here.

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I submitted my UC and CSU applications…what now?

So you submitted your UC/CSU applications, you’re tired, and you just want to watch Drake and Josh. Eat an apple or granola bar for some energy and get going on these next steps: 1. Send your SAT and ACT scores (see attached flyer). 2. Make sure to pay your fees (if you did not receive […]

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Congrats to Boys Soccer and Football!

We are so proud of our boys’ soccer and football teams for holding it down this season! Boys’ soccer tied with Lowell in an intensely close game on Saturday, November 3, from which the team emerged as co-champions. Despite some students’ mixed feelings on sharing the title, we’re so happy to celebrate Mission’s first championship […]

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Ken Burns and Dust Bowl survivor visit Mission

Last Thursday, Ken Burns and Dust Bowl survivor Trixie Davis recount the history of the 1930’s manmade ecological disaster at a Mission High assembly. The event was held in anticipation of Burns’ new documentary, The Dust Bowl, premiering on PBS November 18 and 19. Together, Burns and Davis brought to life the memory of the […]

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Mother Jones on a Mission

Greetings! As fall semester moves into full swing, homework’s piling up, sports are moving into the heart of the season, and seniors are swimming in drafts of personal statements. We encourage you to take a moment to read “Everything You’ve Heard About Failing Schools Is Wrong” in Mother Jones’ September/October 2012 issue. The author, Kristina […]

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Mission Football Rules Turkey Day!

For the first time in 57 years (since 1954), the Mission Bears were able to emerge out of AAA on a Thanksgiving afternoon as the champions with a thrilling 12-7 victory over the Washington Eagles. Read the SF Preps Article here

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Mission Wins Boys Basketball City Championship!

For the second time in three years, the boys basketball team won the AAA title in 2012! Mission beat Marshall 89-76 in an exciting game at Kezar Pavilion. With many ASAP students on the team, we are very proud of their impressive season. Go Bears! Read SF Preps Article here

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ASAP Student Makda Beyene ’12 Profiled in the SF Chronicle

In June, ASAP student Makda Beyene was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle as part of a profile of four different graduating seniors around the Bay Area. Each senior had a unique and challenging path to graduation. Makda came to San Francisco from Eritrea at the beginning of high school and spoke only a few […]

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ASAP Co-Founder Judy Grossman receives Jefferson Award

The Jefferson Award is a prestigious national recognition system honoring public service in the United States. ASAP’s co-founder, Judy Grossman, received the award in 2009 and we’re finally posting it to our website…better late than never! Go Judy!

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Mother Jones covered the Mission High graduation as part of its ongoing series on education. “Where the Class of 2011 Is Going:┬áPortraits of Mission High School graduates,” includes many ASAP students and a culminates a series of compelling articles on Mission High School featured in the award-winning online and print magazine.

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