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Updates and Events on Campus

Wrapping Up 2016

December is upon us and we are in the midst of the Holiday season. Fall sports have completed their campaigns and winter sports are beginning. ASB is preparing for Winter Formal and our music program has a full slate of concerts and performances planned. Read on for updates...

NCAA Eligibility and Clearinghouse Information Night

Tuesday, Dec. 6th, 6:30pm

3588 Bryan Avenue

Irvine, CA

Presentation will take place in the Performing Arts Center


With the continued evolution of NCAA, NAIA, and CCCAA eligibility and recruiting rules, high school students and their parents need current, practical, and useful information in navigating the process. The TUSD Intercollegiate Athletics Seminar will provide information, documents, rule books and a Q&A on all aspects of these college recruiting process: Eligibility Centers, Standardized Tests, Core Courses, Admissions Standards, Athletic Scholarships, Recruiting Bylaws, Clubs/Travel Ball, Official/Unofficial Visits.

Winter Formal

Saturday, Feb. 4th 2017 at 7pm

17221 Von Karman Avenue

Irvine, CA

A Night in Radiator Springs at K1Speedway

This is a FORMAL event. Dress appropriately.

Medical Certificate Program

The Medical Certificate Program started last year to help all students explore careers in the medical field. It is a 3 year program that awards students with certificates each year and a graduation medal if students complete all 3 years. In their 1st year, students will take an on-line Anatomy course (10 modules of Human Body Systems created by Mr. Chow via Edpuzzle) in the Fall and then hear from 10 medical professionals in the Spring. In their 2nd year, students will receive the opportunity to hear from 5 additional “non-doctor” medical specialists (mid-level), choose one specialty they are interested in and then be paired with a mentor in that specialty (parent volunteer) to complete a research project. In their 3rd and final year, students will have the opportunity to complete hands-on lab dissections and be mentored through their “next steps after high school” (post-secondary). For more information contact Mr. Chow (pchow@tustin.k12.ca.us)

Staff Profile: Maybrick Gosling-Ozer

Mrs. Gosling-Ozer is our Community Liason at Beckman High School. She helps work with our students and their families to provide resources and assistance to help them be more successful in high school. She informs families from other education systems how to navigate the school system in California and helps interpret SSTs, 504s, and IEPs. She is a constant advocate for our students in need of additional assistance. She can be found in the counseling office or by phone at ext. 518

Signing Day

On Tuesday November 15th, seven seniors signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the college level.


Madison Marsh- Carthage College- Swim

William Lajoie- North Colorado- Baseball

Tyler Schweickert- Limestone College- Lacrosse

Hannah Schneggenburg- Campbell University- Volleyball

Sarah Talamaivao- University of Washington- Crew

Spencer Olivier- Long Beach State- volleyball

Cameron Lee- SDSU- Golf

Recent BTV Episodes

2016-2017 BTV Episode 3
2016-2017 BTV ep 3.5

Beckman Students Featured in Irvine's 45th Anniversary Celebration

City of Irvine's 45th Anniversary Video