We are offering two final makeup opportunities for seniors who have yet to take their cap and gown photo as well as seniors who would like a re-take. The dates are Friday, February 5th and Saturday, February 13th between 10am and 3pm. Please sign up here for an appointment.
The appointment to take the photos is free of charge, and families will have several options to purchase digital or printed images. You are able to pay for the digital images at the time of the appointment, and you are able to purchase printed packages when the photos are available online. For information about pricing, please read this flyer. All senior portraits will be available for purchase at this website: Da Vinci Schools – StaceeLianna
Please remember to bring your cap, gown, and tassel on the day you are scheduled to take your picture!
The Los Angeles Film School is bringing their All-Access Studio Tour to you! Experience their virtual, 360-degree campus tour and get a sneak peek at their Hollywood studios. You’ll get a chance to meet with Program Directors and Admissions Representatives while getting a better idea of what their school can offer you. Their Financial Aid team will be standing by to help answer any tuition questions you have along the way. Did you know L.A.Film School is more than just a film school? In addition to their top-ranking Film Program, they offer degrees in Animation, Entertainment Business, Music and Audio!
The tour will be hosted on Saturday January 23, 2021 at 10:30AM. RSVP here!
The schedule for Week 19 and reminders about upcoming events are posted below.
The January grade level newsletters are now available to view on the grade level google sites. These can be found on the Resources section of this website. For those of you who missed our Coffee with Veronica and Russell on Wednesday, you can find a link to the slides here.
1/18: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – NO SCHOOL
1/27: School Site Council and English Language Advisory Committee Meeting
El Camino College presents “College Night”. Click here to be directed to their website.
January 20, 2021
Join us for virtual College Night!
College Night at El Camino College is an open house event showcasing everything ECC has to offer! Come learn about programs and resources at our resource fair, attend workshops, enjoy donuts with the deans, chat with counselors, and take a twilight campus tour.
All prospective students, parents, adult learners, educators, and community members are invited to attend.
All activities take place online via zoom. You must register for each session that you wish to attend.
Please note that sessions starting at 6:00 PM and 7:00 PM are concurrent. A recording of each of the sessions will be posted on this page after the event is over.
Get from Where You Are to Where You Want To Be Career Education at El Camino College prepares students for employment (Entry Pathway) or for future education (Skilled and Professional Pathways) in a career major or concentration.
Save Time, Money, Explore, and Get Ahead!
This workshop will teach current high school students and parents how they can successfully enroll in courses at El Camino College while still enrolled in high school for free.
Financial Aid 101
What Students and Families Need to Know
This workshop will address why it is important to apply for financial aid and how students can remain in good standing.
This workshop will address the many transfer opportunities that students have when they enroll at El Camino College. It’s never too early to start thinking about the future.
We missed our students and are glad to see them back this week!
Monday is a school holiday held in honor of civil rights champion Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who championed the cause of justice, racial equality, and love between people regardless of the color of their skin.
In his acceptance speech of the Nobel Prize in 1964, Dr. King said: “I accept this award today with an abiding faith in America and an audacious faith in the future of mankind…I refuse to accept the idea that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality… I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals for their bodies, education and culture for their minds, and dignity, equality and freedom for their spirits.”
Particularly in our unprecedented current historical context and the disturbing recent events in our Capitol, Dr. King’s hope and faith in a society committed to driving out the darkness of injustice and racism in our country with the light of justice and love is one we continue to reflect on, teach, and strive to embody with our students.
Spring 2021 El Camino College Dual Enrollment College Courses
Who: Juniors and Seniors from DVC, DVD, and DVS
What: College courses at Da Vinci Schools through El Camino College. Courses meet transfer requirements for all Cal State and U.C. campuses, as well as most private colleges and universities.
Why: Get a start on your college credits! It looks great on your college applications.
Cost: FREE! The state of California and Da Vinci Schools pick up the costs, including textbook fees. Donations to help cover the cost of the textbooks from families that are able to are appreciated.
Where: Classes will be held virtually and are asynchronous on Canvas, the El Camino College student portal due to COVID-19.
To be eligible to take a dual enrollment class the student needs to pass all their academic classes, have no credit recovery for a-g classes, and be a Senior or Junior student.
If you are interested in applying, make sure you apply to El Camino College Spring 2021 term and email the completed dual enrollment form (located below) with your confirmation application number and/or ECC ID number to your school counselor by Friday, January 15, 2021 by 12:00pm. After you submit your completed form, your counselor will discuss next steps on how to register for the class; classes start on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.
After submitting, you will receive your Welcome email (with El Camino College ID #) within 1-3 business days at the personal email address given on your application. If you do not receive your Welcome email after 3 business days, please email El Camino’s Dual Enrollment office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your application is in good standing if you applied for either Summer 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, or Winter 2021 – or if you dual enrolled in a Fall 2020 or Spring 2020 course. Not Sure if you Need to Apply Again? Click here
Your El Camino College ID # is the same as previous terms and is 7-digits (no letters)
If you do not know your El Camino College ID #, please email El Camino College’s Dual Enrollment Office at email@example.com
Dual Enrollment Application
All students must submit a completed Dual Enrollment Application for Spring 2021 to be registered in their class(es). Students, parents, and authorized high school signers can use Fill & Sign Tools in Adobe Acrobat Reader to fill out the form and draw their signatures.
NOTE: El Camino College Admissions Office will not accept typed signatures. All signatures need to be drawn using the above methods, either by pen, mouse, or touchscreen. This is the most common reason why a form cannot be processed.
MyECC is El Camino College’s secure online portal where you view your registered classes, grades, unofficial transcripts, etc. Your MyECC username and password are included in your Welcome email. You will be prompted to create a new password when you log into your MyECC portal for the first time.
NOTE: El Camino College recently updated MyECC password requirements. Passwords must include at least 10 characters, 1 capital letter, and 1 number (and number cannot be at the end or beginning of password).
Log into MyECC – this link can also be found at the top of every www.elcamino.edu webpage
If you are unable to log into your MyECC portal, please email El Camino’s Dual Enrollment office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registered students will have access to their class(es) in Canvas, our online course management system, when instructors publish them around the start of the term. You will need to use your MyECC login information to access Canvas.
Registered students who wish to drop the class must perform this action themselves in MyECC by the drop deadlines. (If you are not sure what this means, please reach out to your DVD counselor for explanation). How to Drop a Class webpage
Dual Enrollment offers Drop-In Assistance via Zoom every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 4:00-5:00 p.m. to assist students one-on-one with questions they may have about their application for admission or Dual Enrollment form.
Please join El Camino by using the link below for additional online help – no sign up necessary:
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Black College Expo will be hosted LIVE virtually until we can continue back to physical events. The Virtual California Black College Expo a 2-Day event is an ONLINE Experience for students to get access to colleges, highlighting HBCUs, historically black colleges and universities, and other educational programs.
Students can get ACCEPTED on the SPOT! College Application FEES Waived, and get SCHOLARSHIPS on the spot! It was developed due the impact COVID-19 pandemic that has affected students and families, especially when it comes to college access. This event will help high school seniors looking for a college home and college transfer students looking to transfer to a four year college.
This event also serves as a bridge to help college recruiters connect with students looking to go to college. It is also an opportunity for future high school seniors to get connected to a college and get their application fees waived.
Black College Expo is helping students with access to higher education for over 20 years. This event truly helps students connect to college, careers & beyond! The event is produced by National College Resources Foundation (NCRF), a 501c3 nonprofit organization. NCRF has helped over 500,000 students get into college, and helped students connect with over 1 billion dollars in scholarships and grants.
DVD is excited to kick off the new year with our official 2021 student designed t-shirts and hoodies! All apparel was designed by the finalists of our Fall 2020 design competition, and a winning design was chosen from each grade level.
Help us celebrate these student designers by purchasing a t-shirt or a hoodie at:
Thank you again to Mychal’s Learning Place for being our partner in this process. We are so proud to announce that all proceeds from sales this year will be going to Mychal’s Learning Place to support programming that provides support, training and opportunities to youth and young adults with developmental disabilities.