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Free SAT Prep Class

“FREE Kaplan SAT Prep Classes”

The Courses will be from August 26-October 5, 2017 and will be held at ELAC’s main campus.

Space is limited to 25 seniors (please no underclass(wo)men).


A $40 refundable deposit is required by the first day of class

(this is a mechanism suggested by Kaplan & CSAC in order to have students commit to taking the SAT Test on October 7th).


Interested Seniors must register by August 18, 2017 using our electronic application: -  http://bit.ly/CALSOAPSAT17


Tier One SAT Prep

An exciting opportunity has been offered to all students at Schurr High. Tier One, one of the largest SAT preparation providers in Southern California, is once again including Schurr High in a ...more


Dear PTSA supporters:


Back to School Night is coming on Thursday, September 14!  PTSA will be offering memberships, T shirts, pizza, water, and an opportunity to support the teachers through the Fill-A-Bucket program.  More details to follow! 


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Peerlife Student Resource Guide

...Those ready for a new challenge: these resources are for you. Whether you are an incoming senior or an incoming freshman--whether you have created a blueprint for your future or haven’t yet begun to craft that future--this guide is for you. 


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Montebello teen named 2017 Milken Scholar, earns full ride to Harvard

MONTEBELLO >> The first two years of high school weren’t easy ones for Evelyn Wong.

Her best friend died from brain cancer just prior to her entering Schurr High School, and her mom was living in San Francsico for work.

“I felt isolated and very depressed,” said Wong, 17.

Things got better when Wong became more involved in clubs and sports on campus, as well as focusing on her studies.

Her success in class, earning a 4.51 GPA and extracurricular activities eventually lead to her being named one of only 13 Los Angeles County high school Milken Scholars for 2017.

Founded in 1989 by Michael and Lori Milken, the scholar program chooses high school seniors on the basis of distinguished academic performance, school and community service, leadership, and evidence of having overcome personal and social obstacles, said Milken Family Foundation officials in a statement.

In addition to the $10,000 scholarship, the recipients will have access to career-related counseling, assistance in securing internships, opportunities for community service and a fund to assist their pursuit of post-undergraduate career goals.

“I just couldn’t believe I was chosen,” said Wong, who, along with her brother, Sidney, 21, are first-generation Americans and college students. Their parents, Janice Ma, a medical assistant, and Mason Wong, a baker in Monrovia, are Vietnamese immigrants.

“Their priority for us was our happiness,” Evelyn Wong said. “As long as they knew we were doing our best, they were fine.”

Wong said the pressure to succeed came from within.

“I was really mad at myself if I didn’t do well on a test or in sports,” she said.

“Evelyn could have easily folded under the pressure she felt her freshman and sophomore years,” Principal Francisco Arregui said. “But she persevered and made academics look easy.”

Along with academics, she lettered in basketball, cross country and track, was editor of the school newspaper, was a member of several service clubs and volunteered in the neuroscience, oncology and intensive care units at Keck Hospital of USC.

She said all her time was well-spent, especially spending time with patients during her hospital shifts, where she learned to “embrace the human face behind medical research.”

“I never thought I was doing too much,” Wong said of her full schedule. “When I wasn’t doing something, I had the feeling that I should be doing something.”


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Speech and Debate results at nationals include Solon Tan in Semifinals for Foreign Extemp, William Kunkle in top... http://fb.me/6p1k2arAU 

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Parchment/Transcript Request Information

Schurr High School Students, Parents, and Alumni now have an online service where they can request an Offical High School transcript and send it to the college/destination of their choice with just a few clicks.  With Parchment, the leader in e-Transcript exchange,transcripts are requested, and sent and delivered electronically, securely, and confidentially. 

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Click above to view MUSD LACP page.  The 2015-2018 LCAP Draft is available for viewing and comment. A hard copy is available at the Administration Reception Area

2015-2016 Parent/Student Handbook

MUSD and Schurr High School have adopted and promote a comprehensive policy against discrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, color, creed, the lack of English Language skills, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, race, religion or sex in employment and educational activities, opportunities and programs.

Any inquiries concerning the application of the policy may be directed to Montebello Unified School District, 123 South Montebello Blvd., Montebello, California 90640, (323) 887-7900.