MKHS College & Career Center (CCC)

Parent/Student Newsletter Summer 2019

Visit/Call AHS CCC with any questions.

Monday, June 3rd, 9am to Friday, July 5th, 3:30pm

101 South 2nd Street

Alhambra, CA

MKHS CCC is CLOSED for the Summer.

If you have any questions, please call or visit Alhambra High School's College & Career Center.

Alhambra High School

101 S 2nd St, Alhambra, CA 91801



Take summer classes, volunteer, get an internship/part-time job, DO SOMETHING! Especially, if you are a JUNIOR, this is crucial to staying COMPETITIVE for college applications.

College Essays/Personal Statements - Juniors planning to apply to 4 year universities with college prompt requirements, start early. At the very least, look over the questions so you may see what you need to do this summer or at the start of the school year to keep yourself competitive. If you have your first draft done by the time school starts, you can make an appointment with Ms. An at the start of the school year to review your PIQs/personal statements.

Work Permits - IF you get offered a job over the summer and you are UNDER 18 years of age, head on over to Alhambra High School's College & Career Center to get a WORK PERMIT. You will need to bring an ID and your Social Security Card. Call their office for more information, 626-943-6990. The MKHS CCC Office is CLOSED for the summer. We will see you on the first day back!

Scholarships are available for ALL grade levels. Check out the online Scholarship Bulletin (updated 6/5/19 for scholarships with deadlines up to December). Start early, don't procrastinate.

Career Technical Education classes -
open to all 9-12th grade students. Some classes have a pre-requisiste, see schedule for more details.

Dual Enrollment/College Credit Classes - open to all current 9-12th grade students. Seniors, don't miss out on this LAST chance to take some college classes for free! Once this "deal" is over, you'll miss the free textbooks!

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Mark Keppel High School Lunch

10:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.

Summer Meals Available

June 4 – July 9, 2019

Summer Scholarship Highlights - DON'T MISS OUT!


Helen Gee Chin Scholarship Foundation $2,500

12th grade

The scholarship is open to students who plan to enroll full-time as an undergraduate at an accredited U.S. four-year college or university and meet the minimum eligibility requirements: U.S. citizenship, five or more years of study in Chinese Martial Arts (Kung Fu, Wu Shu, or Tai Chi), and a "B" average grade or better. Scholarship recipients are selected based on criteria such as martial arts study and achievement, academic achievement, a written essay, and participation and leadership in community and school activities.

6/15/19 Consolidated Foodservice Scholarship $500

12th grade

The Consolidated Foodservice Scholarship is open to high school seniors who plan to enroll in college at the start of the next school year, or all students who are currently enrolled in a Culinary Arts or Hospitality Management program.

6/26/19 Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship $1,500 - $3000

12th grade

Applicants must demonstrate their motivation to making a difference with their lives. Applications are judged on the following criteria: academic excellence, community service, and commitment to impacting LGBT issues. Leadership, merit, professional and personal goals will all be considered. Scholarship recipients will be notified in June.

6/30/19 Go For Broke Student Essay and Poetry Contest $1,000

Open to high school students (9-12th grades) and college (undergraduate and graduate) students. If you were a winner the previous year, you are ineligible for entry in the same category, but may submit an entry this year under a different category

7/1/19 Savor Summer College $500

10th-12th grade

Students must submit an essay (500 words or less) addressing the following prompt:“How are you planning on using your summer vacation?” In addition to the essay, students must include a recent transcript and one letter of recommendation from a current high school official, employer, or community leader. All materials, including the essay, must be mailed to the address provided by the deadline date.

7/31/19 Gene and Kelly Tanabe Scholarship $1,000

9-12th grade

In 250 words or less, please submit an essay on one of the following: 1. Why do you deserve to win this scholarship? -OR- 2. Describe your academic or career goals. -OR- 3. Any topic of your choice.

More on the College & Career Center Website

Scholarship Bulletin

Financial Aid Resources

CTE Classes Start June 5!

Registration CLOSED

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Dual Enrollment/College Credit Courses Start June 10!

Some classes may still have space, call or visit AHS College & Career Center 626-943-6990 before Friday, 6/7 to inquire about availability.
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That's all folks! We will see you on August 9th...

until then, have a safe summer!

19-20 Student Calendar

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