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Please submit essays to Ms. Larios in the Counseling Office by April 26 at 3 pm.  


Essay prompt: What does leadership mean to me? What experiences have informed my understanding of leadership? What do I hope to learn, be able to do, or become as a result of my experiences at NTLP Camp?




Students and Parents,


There will be an informational meeting if you are interested in finding out more about the free college courses ELAC will be offering next year for students.


Thursday, April 25th at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria


Estudiantes y padres,
Habrá una reunión informativa si usted está interesado en aprender más información sobre los cursos universitarios gratuitos que ELAC va a ofrecer el próximo año para los estudiantes.
Jueves 25 de abril a las 5:00 PM en la cafetería

Attention students!  ELAC representatives all week here during lunch with dual enrollment information in front of Library


Bell Gardens High School CSF Mission Statement


The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) emphasizes high standards of service, scholarship, and citizenship for California high school students. CSF encourages service to the school and community while fostering pride in scholastic achievement.


The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) promotes and recognizes high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of California school students. The idea for a statewide organization to honor outstanding high school students was first proposed by Mr. Charles F. Seymour at a convention of high school principals in Oakland in 1916. Mr. Seymour was then vice-principal of National City High School in San Diego County, and in 1916 had organized a scholarship society on his campus, modeling it after one already established at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.