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News and Announcements

Saturday Scholars!

Saturday Scholars is a free academic support and tutoring program in which students receive help from teachers and academic tutors in order to complete homework, make up assignments, better understand content and to recuperate attendance. All students are always invited and encouraged to attend. Dates TBA.

Orange Glen’s Malachi Keels Announces Commitment to NCAA Division 1 Utah State

A whirlwind of a recruiting process has come to a end for Orange Glen Patriot Malachi Keels, as he announced his commitment to Division 1 Utah State University on Wednesday afternoon.

Keel was a catalyst for Orange Glen Patriot Football the last two seasons playing Wide Receiver and Free Safety for the Patriots. As a senior, Keels caught 55 passes for 1005 yards and 12 touchdowns. On defense, he recorded 22 tackles and 1 interception.

Malachi Keels is the first Player to accept a scholarship to a division 1 school at Orange Glen since 1999 and is the only football player in the city of Escondido to do so this year.

Spanish for Spanish Speakers Placement Diagnostic Informational Videos

We are currently in the window where 8th grade students interested in enrolling at EUHSD schools take the placement diagnostic to determine which level of Spanish is most appropriate for their proficiency level. Accurate placement is essential for many reasons, some of which include ensuring students have the most rigorous learning experience, celebrating bilingual students and elevating their skills, progress towards the seal of biliteracy, and so much more.

EUSD students are being given this diagnostic in their classes, but we would like to ensure that all families are aware of this opportunity for their students (and the added bonus of having students appropriately placed from the beginning of the year. Please click to view a video with more information.

OG Future Lawyers Awarded Scholarship for 2021-22

OG Future Lawyers has been granted a FULL SCHOLARSHIP TO COMPETE in the San Diego Mock Trial Competition in February 2022. Getting this $400 fee taken care of removes a barrier that traditionally keeps schools from competing. We are the only team from EUHSD to ever compete!

First Day of School

The first day of school for the 2022-23 school year will be August 9th! Add it to your calendar now!

Registration Information

Click for step one, completing the online registration starting July 18th. Step two is on campus registration in the Learning Center on the following dates: 9th grade on July 27th, 10th grade on July 25th, 11th grade on July 26th. Please come during the following times: last names A-L from 7:45 am to 11:00 am and last names M-Z from 12:00 to 3:15 pm. 12th grade on July 28th and 29th by appointment time listed on postcard. Make up registration will be August 1, 2022 from 7:45 am to 11:00 am and 12:00 pm to 3:15 pm. Any registrations after August 1st should come into the Counseling Office.

FREE Public Transit for Youth

Free transit for youth 18 and under will be available throughout San Diego County starting May 1. Beginning May 1, anyone aged 18 and under can ride transit for free in San Diego County with a PRONTO account through the SANDAG Youth Opportunity Pass pilot program. This includes unlimited rides on the bus, Trolley, COASTER, and SPRINTER at no cost through June 30, 2023.

Free Meals - Summer 2022



Antigen Test Distribution to OG Students

The free rapid take home COVID-19 tests provided by the State of California for K–12 public school students will be available for any EUHSD student who would like one on Wednesday, January 12. Orange Glen High will begin distributing beginning at 3:25 p.m. One test kit will be provided to each interested EUHSD student, with a photo ID and signature required. EUHSD students who are unable to pick up a test kit at their school site on Wednesday can pick up a test kit at the District Service Center, 302 N. Midway Drive, beginning Friday, January 14, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. We encourage students to use the test kit as necessary to maintain in-person school safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Should your student(s) test positive, keep them home from school and contact your doctor and school right away. This flyer from the state explains how to share your students at home COVID-19 test results with the local health department. Follow the COVID-19 Decision Trees for K-12 Schools for complete guidance. Should you have additional questions, contact a member of our COVID-19 Response Team at [email protected], (760) 291-3217, or [email protected], (760) 291-3219. We understand things are ever-changing and we thank you for continuing to join us to maintain a safe school community.
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