Our Mission & Vision

  • A community where everyone thinks independently,
    works collaboratively, & lives responsibly. 

    EVERY student a success story

Announcements

  • Access for All Access for All, Student Laptops for Every SEMHS Eagle!

    We are incredibly excited to announce the Access for All student learning initiative, which provides all South El Monte students with dedicated laptops for the 2019-20 school year and beyond. Through this program, every student will be provided a laptop for school and take-home purposes. Students will be expected to bring their device with them to school daily. Those students who do not have internet access at home will also have the opportunity to receive free wireless internet access as well, due to a generous grant from the One Million Program. Students will be provided their devices during registration week or as they enroll throughout the school year, as long as the requirements have been met beforehand. We strongly encourage students to fill out the required online form and watch orientation video as soon as possible in order to speed up the registration week process. For complete details about the program, requirements, and other related information, go to our new website: www.emuhsd.org/accessforall which can be also found under the "Student" section of the website. 

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  • GIRLS SOCCER WIN CIF & STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

    Eagle Champions! Congratulations to Coach Alex Rosales and the SEMHS Girls Soccer team on their CIF Championship and STATE Championship wins! This is the first in the history of our school! We are so proud of them. LET'S GO, EAGLES!

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  • SEMHS Academic Decathlon Team Scores BIG! 
    Congratulations to our Academic Decathlon team under the direction of Coach Oscar Castillo. Our Eagles won the "Rookie of the Year" award for the highest points earned by any new team in Los Angeles County. They took second place in the Super Quiz and scored 17 medals for individual achievement! See more photos from their celebration on our Instagram or Facebook pages (SElMonteEagles). 

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  • Eagles Teacher Named District Teacher of the Year!
    Congratulations to Cesar Castellanos who was named the El Monte Union High School District Teacher of the Year! Learn more about Mr. C and what he means to our students by clicking here

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  • SEMHS Earns Silver Medal for Best High School in the US  South El Monte High School Earns Silver Medal
    U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in education rankings, announced its annual Best High Schools which includes published data on more than 22,000 schools. We are pleased to announce that South El Monte High School received a silver medal, putting the school among the top-performing public high schools at the national and state level.

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Eagles Educators

  • Effective First-Time Educators

    South El Monte High School teacher and AVID Coordinator Cesar Castellanos was honored with the 2017 Bobby Salcedo Esperanza Award at the El Monte Promise Foundation’s 14th annual Tamalada fundraiser on.December 14. Mr. Castellanos, a Rosemead High School graduate, has been an English teacher at El Monte Union since 2011 and was recognized for his tireless efforts to ensure students believe in themselves and succeed.

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  • Free Tutoring & Support

    The Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) awarded a SIX YEAR ACCREDITATION TERM to South El Monte High School. Our dedicated staff continues to monitor our six-year plan and to meet our annual goals. GOALS: Provide effective first time instruction, promote a college-going culture, enhance collaboration to support English Learners and students with special needs, increase authentic opportunities for parent involvement, and foster reciprocal communication between the school and the district.

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  • SEMHS Earns A 6-Year Accreditation!

    The Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) awarded a SIX YEAR ACCREDITATION TERM to South El Monte High School. Our dedicated staff continues to monitor our six-year plan and to meet our annual goals. GOALS: Provide effective first time instruction, promote a college-going culture, enhance collaboration to support English Learners and students with special needs, increase authentic opportunities for parent involvement, and foster reciprocal communication between the school and the district.

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