Those interested in 2021-2022 enrollment are invited to attend a virtual Open House at the dates and times below. The Zoom access link and virtual lottery slip will be uploaded to the website on the day of the open house. Please visit this page for updated information.The public lottery will be held virtually.
As you may know, San Luis Rey and Garrison Elementary Schools were combined during the 2019/2020 school year. During that process, it was determined that the two communities would remain together and undergo a rename and rebrand to unite as one. We have organized a formal citizens advisory committee to navigate this rebranding process, and we are seeking name suggestions from the Oceanside community at large.
Write On, Oceanside! is an annual literary festival to celebrate and inspire local authors, hosted by Oceanside Public Library and the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF). This year's celebration will be online and will take place on January 14, 2021 at 11 a.m. The event will feature an announcement of the top three “Ode to Oceanside” Writing Contest submissions, along with a reading of the winning ode, announcement and reading of the top three submissions for the 6 Word Story Contest, the results of the Never-Ending Story Community Writing Project, and a Local Author Showcase. Hear from these Oceanside authors about their latest titles:
San Diego, Calif. – Cox Charities is offering $75,000 in college scholarships to high school seniors in the San Diego area. The Cox Scholars scholarships range from $2,500 to $5,000. Recipients must be a 2021 graduating high school senior living in Cox’s Southern California service area.
Businesses, public can donate unwanted computers for refurbishment for students in need.
To meet the need of San Diego County students and families without home computers for distance learning during the pandemic, Cox Communications, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, the San Diego County Office of Education, and San Diego Councilman Chris Cate, District 6 are joining together with Computers 2 Kids to rally businesses and the public countywide for a month-long computer drive to benefit local students.
NEW CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT FIGHTS CALIFORNIA’S EFFORT TO WITHHOLD MILLIONS FROM HUNDREDS OF GROWING PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Lawsuit urges Governor Newsom and State Legislature to fully fund the education of every student, including thousands enrolling in non-classroom based public schools.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Today, three public school leaders are taking the lead in a class action lawsuit that will impact thousands of students in California. The lawsuit filed today challenges the state for breaking its agreement with public schools by changing the rules on how children are funded at charter schools after enrollment decisions were made. In doing so, California is now refusing to fund newly enrolled students at any of the hundreds of non-classroom based public charter schools in the state.
Central Michigan University is looking for partners to help solve employment challenges and develop your employees from within. CMU's strategic business partnerships put education first with a focus on building skilled employees willing and able to move up in your organization. Learn how to get involved today!
Cox Communications Offers Two Months of Free Internet Service to New Qualifying Families in Time for Back-to-School
Free service, remote support and discounted laptops arm students for a successful new year of virtual learning
SAN DIEGO – (July 23, 2020) – As back-to-school fast approaches, Cox has announced new customers that qualify will receive Connect2Compete, the company’s low-cost internet, for two months at no cost. New customers must sign up between July 21 and September 30 for free service, which also includes free technical support.
Partnership with MiraCosta College helps Oceanside residents upskill and earn tuition-free certificates through December, 2020
(Oceanside, CA –July 7, 2020) The City of Oceanside announced the launch of its Hire Local initiative, designed to stimulate economic vitality for local residents and businesses through a combination of Incentives, Development, Education, and Access (IDEA).Through this initiative, the City is working to bridge the gap between in-demand jobs and resident readiness to accelerate professional and business growth and create an economic multiplier for the City.
OCEANSIDE – Oceanside Unified School District is opening enrollment for incoming kindergartners to enter the dual-immersion program, which develops biliteracy in both native English and Spanish-speaking students from a young age. A virtual interest meeting is being hosted Thursday, May 7 at 6:30 p.m., with more details at www.oside.us/bilingual.
SAN MARCOS, Calif.—The upcoming summer session at California State University San Marcos offers more than 170 accelerated courses that are open to CSUSM students as well as students from other universities and individuals in the community. Summer session dates are June 1 – Aug. 8, 2020.
Applications for the City of Oceanside 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Program are now available on the City website, at local high schools, and at the Oceanside Public Library. Any graduating high school senior that lives in Oceanside that will attend college after graduation is eligible to apply, regardless of what high school the student attends. The sole requirement for applicants is to have Oceanside residency. Students may contact the scholarship coordinator at their high school for information about the program and return application forms to your school scholarship coordinator. The deadline for submission of applications is April 1, 2020.
The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Oceanside (BSMCO) High School Seniors Scholarship Competition.
Oceanside, Ca., September 30, 2019— BSMCO are opening their college scholarship competition to all high seniors in the San Diego County Area. (* to include home school, as long as education can be verified and students of club members)
MiraCosta College this fall is rolling out an array of new certificate and degree programs providing the skills needed to land good-paying jobs and transfer credentials that can lock up a seat at a California State University campus.
Dear Community Partners and Friends:
The Oceanside Promise partnership is excited to announce Dr. Rafe Edward Trickey, Jr. as its interim President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Dr. Trickey is an Oceanside resident with a passion for our community and a commitment to the Oceanside Promise’s vision of every child and young adult reaching their fullest potential in college, career, and life.
If you are interested in entering the exciting career field of healthcare, consider a career as a medical assistant. The CSUSM/VCC MA Training Program is designed to provide career advancement opportunities to individuals with no-post high school education who are interested in the medical field.
What do we do when data tells us that a group of students could benefit from better aligned and focused support? You bring together some of the best Oceanside has to offer!
The Oceanside Friends of the Arts(OFOA) is proud to announce the availability of scholarship grants for local Oceanside students interested in pursuing art through their college curriculum. OFOA is the producer of First Friday Art Walk and proceeds from those events support the arts related activities for the Oceanside community including scholarships.
The Summer Laboratory Science Program at Tri-City Medical Center offers high school students the opportunity to explore career options and gain experience in the clinical laboratory environment. Clinical laboratory work is different from research work in that a patient’s diagnosis, treatment, and health may be directly dependent upon the laboratory testing results. Our scientists are part of an interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals dedicated to patients’ health.
NCPC’s annual 420 Remix Arts and Video contest for middle and high school students in San Diego County has launched! Incorporate the theme – “Just because it’s legal, doesn’t mean it’s safe!” Win up to $250. Deadline is April 1. Download your forms here!