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SSFHS Band Boosters 2nd Tuesday

SSFHS BAND BOOSTERS Meetings are held on the Second Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm in Room M1-Band Room. Support the Band & Auxiliary Program.

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PTSA Meetings 4th Tuesday

Parent - Teacher - Student  Association

PTSA Meetings are the Fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm in Room A-1 (across from the Main Office) 


ELAC Parents Meeting

ELAC Meets regularly in the Library on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 6:00 pm.

DELAC Meeting 4th Monday of the Month

The District English Language Acquisition Committee meets at Alta Loma Middle School on the 4th Monday of the Month.

Replacement IDs are available in the LIC for $5.00. 

See Ms. Mitchell at lunch, or before or after school.

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About Peachjar eflyers

In the past, our schools sent home loads of flyers in students’ backpacks. As part of our efforts to be more environmentally friendly and to embrace innovative technology, we have moved from paper to a digital flyer delivery.

With our Peachjar eflyer program, the eflyers will be sent directly to parents’ email inboxes as well as posted on school websites for easy access. All flyers may be accessed by clicking on the   logo. 

Each year, our schools will save tons of paper and reduce copy costs by thousands of dollars. In addition, paperless delivery of school flyers removes a significant administrative burden from teachers, office staff, and volunteers.

School and school district-approved eflyers will keep you informed about upcoming school activities, programs, and events. And our children's backpacks will be a little bit lighter!


Congratulations to Ms. Rhonda Clements!

Ms. Rhonda Clements was recognized on November 27, 2018 as California League of School's Region IV High School Educator of the the Year!  We are very proud of her and all of the amazing work she does for SSFHS students, faculty, staff, and the school community!


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2018 Fall Semester 2019 Spring Semester

August 29th

September 5th

September 26th

October 3rd

October 17th

November 14th

January 16th

January 23rd (new)

January 30th (rescheduled)

February 6th

February 13th (rescheduled)

February 20th

March 20th

April 17th (new)


Please see the Bell Schedule for time details

Three SSFHS Students Were Awarded Scholarships to Study Abroad Last Summer

        Three SSFHS students earned scholarships to study abroad last summer. Sophomore Jessica Rangel-Cruz went to Spain, Junior Alyssa Ordono went to Japan and Junior Emily Li went to Ireland.
        The scholarships were granted by The Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), a nonprofit organization that makes the study abroad experience more affordable to high school students. Each of the three South City students were awarded between $4,900 and $5,600.
        South City students have a new opportunity to travel abroad with CIEE. Please see Ms. Geiser in G-113 for more information!

Tesla visits South City's Auto class

A Visit from Tesla!

Representatives from Tesla recently came to speak to Automotive Technology students about service career opportunities with Tesla Motors. They will be offering internships for qualified graduates.




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Congratulations on the best season in school HISTORY!


Michela Gregory ('14) honored by SSF, EC softball



About Our Shadowing Program

Thank you for your interest in our shadowing program. We understand that students have a choice about which high school they attend. We encourage you to give South San ...more

District Resolution

In Support of Undocumented Students and Families


Homework Center

Homework Center is open!

Students are able to:
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  • Get Free tutoring in Math, English, Social Science and Science


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Bob Brian

1925 - 2018

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Ray DeJong

1926 - 2018

After playing on two Cal Rose Bowl teams, Ray DeJong came to South San Francisco High School in Sep. of 1950 where he coached JV and Varsity Football and taught PE for 38 years. He was the first Varsity Football Coach at the current SSFHS site and started the wrestling program for which he coached for 10 years. Ray also coached baseball for a short period of time. During the summers, he taught and ran South San Francisco High’s American Red Cross swim program.

In his 28 seasons as Varsity Head Football Coach, South San Francisco High’s win/loss/tie record was 154-94-8 and amassed 9 league championships. Ray won several Football Coach of the Year awards and was selected to coach California’s Northern team in the North/South California High School All-Star Shriner’s Football game, which was played in the LA Memorial Coliseum. He’s been inducted into three sports Halls of Fame: his Enumclaw, WA high school sports hall of fame, San Mateo County Hall of Fame and the California Coaches Hall of Fame.

Ray passed on his 92nd birthday.  A true Warrior.

Ray De Jong Scoreboard Rededication at Bell Game

Former teachers and coaches Gene Mullin and Jim Orlich attend honor for the Ray De Jong Scoreboard rededication.  Mr. De Jong coached for South San Francisco High School for many years and is always an honored guest of any game. 


Also pictured are Mr. De Jong's son and daughter, and Joe Butcher, class of 1957 and "the best player Coach De Jong ever had" according to legend!

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2018 – 2019 meeting schedule

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December 11,2018

January 22, 2019

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Badminton Players of the Year: Jakin and Raeka Lin

By Nathan Mollat Daily Journal Staff


A year after winning the 2016 Central Coast Section and CIF Northern California girls’ doubles badminton titles, Jakin and Raeka Lin were nowhere to be found in the 2017 postseason.

“Last year, we had a history competition that went to state (finals),” said Jakin Lin, who recently graduated South San Francisco High School. “It was the same weekend as the PAL tournament, so we couldn’t play.”

Despite being one best doubles teams in Northern California, the only way to qualify for the section tournament is through a league tournament. Since they did not compete in the PALs in 2017, they were ineligible to play at CCS.

“This year, we chose badminton over history,” Jakin said.

Much to the chagrin of the rest of Northern California. After capturing the PAL title, the Lin sisters won their second CCS championship in three years. They could not duplicate their 2016 Nor Cal championship in 2018. They did, however, make it to the finals and solidify their selection as the Daily Journal’s Badminton Players of the Year.

“We kind of knew we wanted to play together again,” Jakin said. “We just wanted to live up to what we did in 2016 and I wanted to play with my sister one last time.”

As anyone with siblings knows, it can sometime be a burden to be with your brother or sister all the time. So to avoid any kind of burnout on the badminton court, the sisters split their play during the regular season. Raeka continued to play singles, moving into the No. 1 spot, while Jakin teamed with Katrina Hui to play at No. 1 girls’ doubles.

“I just wanted to rely on myself,” said Raeka Lin, who will enter her senior year at South City in the fall. “Whenever I play doubles, I always feel like I had to depend on someone else.”

Jakin, on the other hand, was looking to change things up for her senior year. After three years of playing singles during the regular season, she wanted a different challenge during her last season of high school.

“For senior year I wanted to play doubles and get closer to my teammates,” Jakin said. “Sometimes when we play too much together, we start to argue a bit more. … [Playing doubles together all season] would have been too much.”

But once the postseason rolled around, the two became the dynamic duo. The pair was seeded No. 2 in the CCS girls’ doubles tournament, behind Milpitas’ Zoe Lu and Katelin Ngo. The Lins cruised through their first two matches, winning in straight sets, setting up a winner’s bracket final with the Milpitas duo. The Lins dropped the first set, 21-10, but rallied to win the next two sets, 21-9 and 21-13, to move into the championship match.

They had to wait for Lu and Ngo to come through the consolation bracket of the double-elimination final to meet Lu and Ngo again in the championship round. And like they did in their first meeting, the South City tandem dropped the first set. But like they did in their previous match, the Lins finished strong, winning the CCS title with a 15-21, 21-16, 21-11 victory.

“Since we both knew our opponents, and had played against them in (junior) tournaments, we knew it was going to be tough,” Raeka said of facing the top-seeded Trojans.

By making the CCS finals, the Lins had already assured themselves a spot in the Nor Cal tournament and, like they did in 2016, the Lins made a beeline to the Nor Cal championship match. After a first-round bye, the Lins cruised in their second-round match, winning 21-16, 21-11 and again in the semifinals, 21-15, 21-14 to advance to the title match.

Unlike the 2016 tournament, the 2018 Nor Cal tournament changed to a single-elimination format. So when the Lins got to the 2016 championship match through the winner’s bracket, they had to be beaten twice to be denied the crown. They did lose that first match, but rebounded to win the title in the finale.

The 2018 edition was single-elimination, however, and while the Lins advanced to the championship match, they were denied by a team from Mission San Jose-Fremont. It was only their second loss in 16 CCS and Nor Cal matches.

“I think our playing styles are pretty different. I’m more about smashing in the back and my sister is better at placing the bird,” Jakin said. “Together we make a pretty good team.”



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Counseling Resources

24/7 Crisis Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

San Mateo County Suicide Prevention Website

Kara Grief Counseling Website

Parent Resource Website from the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide


College & Career Corner


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Athletic Registration Procedure

Parents of students who wish to play on SSFHS sports teams: There is a digital registration process to play sports.  Please click on the link below.  Then, click the "Register" button in the upper right corner of the login page.  You will need your student's 9 digit Student ID and their official name.


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