Mock Assignment

No Due Date Max Points:

Attend Charter Renewal Meeting

Sept. 23, 2019 Max Points: 1

4:30 pm Tuesday the 24th

4100 Normal St
San Diego, CA 92103

Attend this meeting and you will get extra credit. This is worth a homework assignment (5 points)

What would you prefer to buy if we hold a fundraiser for the school?

No Due Date Max Points: 5
Multiple choice question:
  • Gum
  • Chocolate
  • Candy
  • Chips
  • Drinks: Hot Chocolate/Lemonade/Sports Drinks

Advisory Check

Aug. 28, 2019 Max Points: 10

1. Please list all the supplies you still need for your classes.
2. What will you be asked to do at the start of every advisory period?
3. How comfortable are you with Google Classroom?
4. Which classes do you still need to add to Google Classroom?


May 18, 2020

April 28, 2020

Don't forget about our meeting

April 28, 2020

Here is the zoom link for advisory! See you all at 12:40

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 896 0695 6735
Password: 044410

March 19, 2020

Link for School Newspaper (Vol. 1, Issue 4)

March 04, 2020

Link for School Newspaper (Vol. 1, Issue 3):

Jan. 15, 2020

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Passion Time.

Dec. 26, 2019

When will we chose our classes for next semester

Nov. 14, 2019

Social Responsibility
Recognizing that giving back is the surest path to improving the enormous societal problems that we face, SET encourages students to reach a minimum of 150 community service hours. When students align themselves with a social cause that they feel strongly about, they are making a difference in their communities and creating connections with like-minded people. SET strives to be the leader in Social Entrepreneurship education.

Effective Leadership
Leadership comes in many forms but every effective leader learns how to guide their peers, collaborate, and work together for the greater good. SET graduates will have demonstrated leadership in multiple arenas, whether it be leading a sports team to victory, starting a club, helping peers through social or academic challenges, or by being beacons of excellence as they pursue their passions.

Tenacity and Grit
Working hard, not giving up, and meeting challenges head-on, the stuff of tenacity and grit, are the traits that the movers and shakers of the world all share. SET graduates recognize that tenacity and grit can be learned and will have demonstrated multiple instances throughout their lives where they have persevered and succeeded despite long odds.

Uncertainty as Opportunity
To embrace uncertainty, SET students have to develop a tolerance for risk and potential failure. True learning and discovery only happens through exploration of the unknown, a risky endeavor that forces students to admit that there are things that they do not know and exposes them to results and answers that may be unexpected. At SET, mistakes and failures are used as a tool to help each student learn from and discover new opportunities. SET graduates will be able to identify multiple times in their high school career where they took a bold leap into the unknown but landed on the other side relatively unscathed and certainly stronger.

Passion, Purpose and Performance
Passion is what gives life meaning and purpose. Passion with purpose is the driving force behind high levels of performance. SET graduates will be able to reflect upon multiple examples of how their passion has inspired them to perform at high levels, leading them to the next steps in their future endeavors.

Sept. 11, 2019

Link for Core Competency Passion Projects: