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Graduation is just around the corner!

Hello! My name is Liliana Campos, the Transition Navigator at Sequoia Adult School. By now I have gotten the chance to meet and speak with many of you. If not, I highly encourage you to stop by my office in room 6B to check in with me to discuss your future goals. As your Transition Navigator, my first priority is to ensure that each and every one of you has a goal as you get ready to complete Sequoia Adult school. I help students apply to college, financial aid, job training, apprenticeships, and I can also help connect you with job opportunities.

I understand how confusing and life changing the next steps you need to take can be. That is why I am here to help guide you every step of the way, and provide you with as much information and assistance as I can. You are not alone, we are all here to help.

Remember, your future is out there!

To discuss your goals or if you need any assistance with your transition out of Adult School please visit me:

Liliana Campos

Transition Navigator

Room 6B

To contact or schedule an appointment with me:

High School Diploma and High School Equivalent Students! Pass Tests and Earn Credits for a chance to Win a $50.00 Visa Gift Card!

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Rules for HSE/HSD Incentive Raffle!

  1. For HSE students - each time a student takes a HiSET test or a GED test, they will receive five (5) raffle tickets to put in the raffle box.

  2. For HSD students - each time a student earns one credit, they will receive one (1) raffle ticket to put into the raffle box.

  3. There will be an AM and a PM Raffle for each month: AM for all HSE/HSD morning students and PM for all HSE/HSD evening students.

  4. For each month (April & May), a $50.00 Visa gift card will be the grand prize for the morning raffle and one $ 50.00 Visa gift card will be the grand prize for the evening raffle.

  5. There will also be runner-up prizes (surprise!) for each raffle.

  6. Please see Tracy Smith for raffle tickets. Tracy will keep the raffle boxes in her office.


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Check out these pathways below to help guide you in reaching your goals after Graduation:

Transition Pathways

Are you interested in government and have a passion to help others?

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San Mateo County is looking for motivated and enterprising students to join their dynamic District 4 team as a paid intern.

People with an interest in government who are willing to work as part of a team please consider applying.

If you are reliable, efficient, takes initiative, is friendly and treats all people who interact with our office with respect then you will be a perfect fit! Student interns are provided with flexible hours and they will have the opportunity to work for an elected official and learn what public service at the local level is all about.

If you would like to apply or have any questions, email your resume to my Legislative Aide, Maggie Cornejo: or click here.

To read about other job opportunities for youth in San Mateo County, visit the County of San Mateo Jobs for Youth website -, a program designed to help youth gain important job skills.

Featured Student Success Story: KATHERINE RAMIREZ!

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According to research, goal setting is the single most powerful motivational tool in a student's toolkit. Why? Because goal setting provide purpose, challenge, and meaning. Goals keep our vision alive. Setting specific, clear, and challenging goals lead to greater effort and achievement than easy or vague goals do.

In order to make your vision and your dreams a reality your goals should be SMART. SMART goals should be Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and also Time-bound. Goal setting is one of the simplest and most effective strategies that can be used to increase student success!

Watch this video below to learn how you can create your own smart goals!
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Canada College Shuttle


East Palo Alto stops:

  1. The Oxford Day Academy
  2. Cañada College

Menlo Park Stops:

  1. JobTrain
  2. Sequoia Adult School
  3. Canada




Office Phone: (650) 306-8866 Ext. 77935

Text: (650) 503-3848

Office Hours:


  • Monday: 8:30am-4:30pm
  • Thursday: 8:30am-4:30pm
  • Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm


  • Tuesday: 1:00pm-9:00pm
  • Wednesday: 1:00pm-9:00pm

You are welcome to contact me to set up appointments or for any questions you may have. Hope to meet with you all soon!