Dear Stakeholders,

I would like to introduce myself. My name is Paloma Lopez-Santiago, and I am the new Vice President of Advancement here at San Miguel High School. I am super excited to join this incredible school that focuses on growth by creating and investing in a healthier future for our students, our parents, our teachers, our corporate partners, our donors and the community we serve.

Today, I drove with the students to their job sites on their first day of work and watched their supervisors welcome them with a firm handshake. To my amazement, I watched as the students reciprocated with a smile and strong eye contact. Fantastic! With this excitement, I wrote my personal goals which categorize into these three distinct areas: to always share the San Miguel story to a willing ear, to inspire those who want to invest in our future job candidates, and to bring a smile every day to my new family here as they shape and mold our students and their future success. I look forward to meeting all of you at upcoming events this school year. Be sure to keep on the lookout for the invites!
Paloma Lopez-Santiago
Vice President of Advancement
Incoming Freshmen Complete
Summer "Boot Camp"
This summer 102 incoming freshmen completed the Summer Bridge and Corporate Work Study Institute programs! During these 3-week programs, incoming students took intensive courses in math in English in the mornings, just to make sure they're ready to begin their college-preparatory education.  

In the afternoons, these incoming students received training to prepare them to be successful in their work study positions. They learned and were assessed on a number of important skills, such as customer service, time management, attention to detail, and technology use in the office.

As you know, every student at San Miguel works one day a week in an entry-level position to earn a portion of their tuition and gain valuable work experience for their future career. Together Summer Bridge and Corporate Work Study Institute help make sure these students are ready to succeed in the classroom and at the workplace!

San Miguel Students Receive Chromebooks to Begin a 1:1 Technology Initiative
In effort to ensure that San Miguel students are receiving the best education possible, San Miguel High School staff handed out Chromebooks to every student last week to use throughout the new school year. Thanks to the generous lead gift from Mr. and Mrs. Jim and Jane Becker, the students will be able use their Google Chromebooks to do homework, watch videos or lectures, and turn in assignments to Google Classroom, something new this year.

Thank you to all of those who have contributed to this exciting initiative to better prepare students to succeed in high school, in college, and in a future career!
"The integration of college and career preparatory skills is what sets the San Miguel program apart. In order for our students to succeed in college and be prepared to thrive in a rapidly evolving and increasingly technologically-advanced workforce, they need to have access and be prepared to utilize the technological tools required to be successful." said Dave Mason, San Miguel High School CEO and President. "Putting a digital device in the hands of every student is a critical first step in this process."
Welcome to Our NEW Corporate Work
Study Business Partners

New Work Study Employers:
Automotive Financial Partners
BeachFleischman PC
Bon Voyage Travel 
Critical Path Institute
Freeport Technology Center
HSL Properties
Login Inc
Northwest Hospital
Oro Valley Hospital
Rosemont Copper Company
Simpleview Inc
St. Joseph's Hospital
St. Mary's Hospital
Tucson Orthopaedic Institute 
Vector Launch

New Work Study Job Sponsors:
The Clements Agency
The William and Mary Ross Foundation

Thank you for all you do to develop San Miguel students,  preparing them to be successful in their future careers!  Welcome to the San Miguel Family!
San Miguel Sends the Class of 2017
Off to College!
The Class of 2017 accomplished much during their time at San Miguel. Now they prepare to enter college and accomplish even more!

Collectively, these 71 students submitted 593 applications, which resulted in 413 college acceptances. Together they were awarded a total of $3 Million in annual scholarships and grants with a four-year potential of $12 Million.

"God sees 71 students who survived four years at a unique school. He sees a group of young adults who are ready to 'leave to serve' their community..."

- Reina S., Class of 2017

To the Class of 2017: The San Miguel Family believes in you! Work hard and be GREAT!
Calling All San Miguel Alumni!
San Miguel graduates of the last ten years are invited to mix, mingle, and network with their fellow Viper alumni over Sonoran hot dogs and fun! Come back and celebrate with the San Miguel community!

What: Alumni Social
When: August 11, 2017 at 5:30pm
Location: Rowe Learning Resource Center (Library) at San Miguel High School
RSVP to: Ricky Dominguez at
 San Miguel Students' Success Continues Because of YOU!
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San Miguel High School
6601 South San Fernando Road
Tucson, AZ 85756