Come learn about how to prepare for college before senioritis sets in... Wednesday April 3, 2019 6-8pm in the Library.
San Marin Boys State Participants(L-R) Tyler Colenbrander, Nathan Luis and Jake Schmidt (not pictured) and 3 other students from Marin County attended Boys State in Sacramento over the summer. They were sponsored by the American Legion Post 179 in San Anselmo and honored there on 9-14-18 in the historical log cabin landmark.
Ready! Set! College! Through a series of breakout sessions, learn more about navigating the college application process. Sessions include: UC Need to Knows Essay Writing Workshop Common Application CSU Application College Funding Junior College Career Technical Schools Transfer Opportunities
Show your SMHS spirit : Monday 8-27 Green and Gold, Tuesday 8-28 Tacky Tourist, Wednesday 8-29 Tie Dye, Thursday 8-30 Sports Day, Friday 8-31 Class Colors: Freshman - Orange; Sophomores - White; Juniors - Pink; Seniors - Purple.
Looking forward to seeing you in the new location when school starts! Office hours are 7:30am - 3:00pm. Be sure to come by and visit!
The San Marin varsity baseball team won Saturday's neutral playoff game against Campolindo (Moraga, CA) by a score of 8-0. GO MUSTANGS!
2019 Senior shirts are on sale on-line now! Prices will go up after May 31st! Use this link to order your shirt: https://www.bsnteamsports.com/v3/shop/team_shop/SMSEN19#/
Relationships exist on a spectrum, from healthy to unhealthy to abusive -- and everywhere in between. It can be hard to determine where your relationship falls, especially if you haven’t dated a lot. Marin Youth Services, a division of Center for Domestic Peace, has been active these past few years doing amazing work in our [...]
Congratulations to Liza Posylkin, a San Marin High School junior, who was honored at the Novato Community Birthday Party at Novato City Hall. Read the full article here.
Summary: Tests show that when a person’s phone beeps or buzzes while in the middle of a challenging task, their focus wavers, and their work gets sloppier. ‘The division of attention impedes reasoning and performance.’ …the subjects whose phones were in view posted the worst scores, while those who left their phones in a different room [...]