Join us every Wednesday and Thursday after school behind the C and D buildings to work on our community garden and the Cindi Santana Memorial Peace Garden. Be sure to bring your gardening clothes!
Congratulations to our students who received academic awards for the fall semester: Ivan Fernandez (9th grade - Overall Effort), Saul Argueta (10th grade - Overall Effort), Jetzell Verduzco (11th grade - Overall Effort), and Martha Gutierrez (12th grade - Overall Effort), as well as Samantha Ramos (9th grade - Most Improved), Emilia Sotelo (10th grade - Most Improved), Salvador Saltana (11th grade - Most Improved), and George Enriquez (12th grade - Most Improved).
Students of the Month
Congratulations to our past students of the month: Mirella Parra, Cynthia Torres, Oswaldo Gomez, Natalie Cortez, Gema Garcia, Georgina Orozco, Jasmine Lopez, Natalie Lopez, Katy Betabe Espinoza, Martha Gutierrez, and Ernesto Alfonso Jimenez were recognized in January.
In the fall we recognized Yeccenia Perez-Zamora, Kenia Guardado, Jessica Alvarez, Carolina Lara, Erick Del Carmen, Jesus Jiminez, Francisca Garay, Hernandez Servando, Martin Espinoza-Sanchez, Paola Ramirez, and Amanda Tapia.
Do you want to change the world? To explore alternative sources of energy to end our dependence on fossil fuels? To cure today’s diseases and create tomorrow’s medicines? To design eco-friendly homes and buildings that combine beauty and efficiency? To create healthy and sustainable communities and improve public health? Do you want to make our planet a healthier place to live for future generations? If you want to build a better future, the School of Health Science and Environment wants you.
The School of Health Science and Environment helps students understand the real-world connections between personal health, public health, and our natural and man-made environments, as well as their responsibility to get involved as leaders in the health and environmental issues of their community. We provide a rigorous curriculum that emphasizes problem-solving, effective communication skills, and life-long learning as requirements for success in higher education and 21stcentury careers in medicine, health, and the environmental sector. HSE truly prepares its students for success at the university level.
HSE students explore how the science of health and the environment shape our world, and how they as students can get involved as leaders in their community. Our students are passionate about improving the health of our world, whether through medicine and nutrition, engineering and design, politics and community organizing, or another field. While most of these subjects have a foundation in the sciences, students view these issues through the lenses of all the core subjects: the social and economic impact, political considerations, mathematical underpinnings, portrayals in literature and non-fiction, etc.