Hey Titans. Our goal for the WAAG is to inform parents and students of important events and provide important announcements for the coming week. For the daily schedule please visit the ELH website or click HERE

Monday, February 10: "A" Block Schedule

  • Boys Varsity Soccer Home Game @5pm - See full winter sports schedules HERE
  • Spring Sports Try-out schedule HERE

Tuesday, February 11: "B" Block Schedule

  • Varsity Roller Hockey @4:30pm - See full winter sports schedules HERE
  • Spring Sports Try-out schedule HERE

Wednesday, February 12: "A" Block Schedule

  • Varsity Boys Basketball Home Game @6pm
  • Girls Varsity Soccer Home Game (Senior Night)@6pm - See full winter sports schedules HERE
  • Spring Sports Try-out schedule HERE

Thursday, February 13: "B" Block Schedule

  • ASB Nomination Convention
  • Valentines Day Club Fair @ lunch
  • Varsity Roller Hockey @7pm - See full winter sports schedules HERE
  • Spring Sports Try-out schedule HERE

Friday, February 14: "H" Holiday

  • NO SCHOOL (President's Day)

Saturday, February 15:


New Eastlake gear

Perfect gear for parents or students or anyone wanting to show extra school spirit! To browse, click HERE or HERE to see what we have. To buy, head to the ASB.

Spring Sports Clearance and Try-outs

If you plan to play spring sports please register for that sport at eastlaketitans.com, print out the three page Athlete Profile pages, have a parent signature as well as athlete signature. Go HERE for athletic clearance process and more details on documents needed or here for How to get cleared for tryouts.

Spring Sports Try-out Schedules


2/8 930am and 2/10 3pm at the Baseball Field

Swim and Dive

02/10 4pm-6pm at Southwestern College Pool

Boys Lacrosse

2/15 930am-130pm , 2/17 7am-9am & 630pm-830pm, 2/18 630pm-830pm at Stadium Field

Girls lacrosse

2/15 8am-10am at Stadium Field

Boys Volleyball

2/8 2pm-5pm


2/8 930am and 2/10 330pm


2/10 320pm , 2/11 320pm , 2/12 320pm at Eastlake Golf Course Driving Range

Boys Tennis

2/12 , 2/13 , and 2/14 tennis court 3pm-5pm

Student Athlete/Parent Handbook

IMPORTANT- For all students and parents/guardians that have a student athlete participating in Eastlake athletics, please Read This Handbook In Its Entirety

An important value we expect from all our athletes is integrity. Because of this, we ask that you do not sign on the dotted line until you have read the handbook and agreed to abide by its rules and guidelines.

Semester 2 calendars

Click on the following links to see semester 2 calendars.

Semester 2 ASB Calendar of Events

Click HERE for counselor semester 2 calendar

Weekly Rotation Schedules 19-20

Senior Calendar - Semester 2

ASB Resource Links

With so much going on at Eastlake, please check out the link HERE for a one-stop-shop document with all of the resources you'll need for information. It will be updated regularly. You can also click HERE for information and resources for Club advisors and coaches that have a club charter.

Interested in becoming an Eastlake High School Cheerleader?

Want to be an Eastlake High School Cheerleader?

EHS will be holding sideline cheer tryouts for the 2020-2021 season.

Material for tryouts will be taught during the cheer tryout clinics.

Please wear comfortable PE attire clothing, hair pulled back, cheer shoes, or athletic shoes for try-out clinics.

Final day of try outs attire, plain white shirt and solid black or dark shorts.

*All participants must be cleared through eastlaketitans.com any athletic clearance questions please contact Eastlake High School Athletic Director, Mr. Ramirez at 619-397-3800.

Click HERE for a flyer with more information

Safe School Ambassador Program

We are looking for 40 9-11th grade students to participate in the Safe School Ambassadors® Program (SSA) 2-day training program that starts on Tuesday February 18th and ends on Wednesday February 19th. SSA is an evidence-based program that harnesses the power of students to prevent and stop bullying and mistreatment. If you are interested, fill out the form below.

Click HERE for the form to apply

Community Service Opportunity


I'm an Art Teacher for Chula Vista Elementary School District. My VAPA team and I are hosting an even on March 13th at Camarena Elementary. We are in need of volunteers a few days before the event and the day of. Please share this link with anyone who would like to sign up for the event. You many input the student's name for the time slot that works for them. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask!

Click HERE for the link to sign up

Soroptimist International of Coronado

Soroptimist International of Coronado is giving out Service Awards to young women who are dedicated to serving their communities through volunteer work. The deadline to submit applications is March 15, 2020. Please see the attached letter which provides details about the Service Awards and the attached application. Thank you very much.

Carolyn Matzger

Click HERE for the intro letter

Click HERE for the application

Adelante Latino Conference

Adelante Latino Conference: SAVE THE DATE

On behalf of the Adelante Latino Conference Committee it is our pleasure and honor to invite you to the 24th Annual Adelante Latino Conference at UCSD, on April 18, 2020. Attached you will find preliminary information and a link to both our website and our Twitter feed. Our motto is “Knowledge is Power”, we aim to empower students with the knowledge to make positive educational and professional decisions by partnering with Latino role models in the community to talk about what it takes to make their dreams become a reality. This year, we have an exciting variety of sessions for the students to choose from, a tour of UCSD for all that attend, and a motivational speaker that we hope will inspire our students Registration information will be available soon.Thank you to the many members of the Adelante Latino Steering Committee and to the Office of Career Readiness for your collaboration, and the rest of the Sweetwater Community that helps us, as always, to put students first.

Click HERE for the flyer in English

Click HERE for the flyer in Spanish

Naturalization Consultation Workshops

Naturalization Consultation workshops that are coming up this month hosted by Alliance San Diego (dates listed in attached flyer). Alliance San Diego has been holding a series of naturalization educational forums and assessment workshops in the South Bay to assist community members in becoming citizens before the 2020 elections. This month they will be holding Naturalization Consultation workshops that will have Department of Justice accredited representatives and immigration attorneys present to evaluate whether individuals are eligible for naturalization. Please see this article on the Star News for more information.

Click HERE for a flyer with more information


Please check out the Senior Class of 2020 Website for important information regarding your last semester at EHS. So much happening that you need to be aware of. This site is run by the senior class officers to help you get through this last semester.

Senior Ad Deadline

Attention Seniors and Parents!

The deadline for submitting the Senior Ad order forms for the yearbook has been extended until Tuesday, February 18th! Please submit forms, payment, and pictures to Ms. Nicole Quick in room 203 or via email: nicole.quick@sweetwaterschools.org. Please see Ms. Quick with any questions.

Click HERE for senior baby photos order form

Click HERE for senior ad order form

Graduation announcements/rings/cap and gowns

It's time to order your caps and gowns, announcements and rings for the 2020 school year! San Diego Graduate Supply is proud to be Eastlake High Schools provider for graduation products. You can order online HERE or walk into our office at 641 El Cajon Blvd. El Cajon, CA 92020. Click HERE for the order form. Each student will be issued a cap and gown by the school that has been previously used(Can be ordered starting March 1st, 2020). Should you choose to purchase a souvenir cap and gown to be worn at the graduation ceremony instead, you may do so HERE.

Rings: You can design your ring online HERE. Order online or print it out and bring it to us when we are on campus. Click HERE for the ring catalog. For Questions call Glenn Millen San Diego Graduate Supply 619-440-5426

Grad Nite

Hello Class of 2020,

The PTSA has finalized one of the biggest events for you, Grad Night 2020. We were fortunate that Disneyland and California Adventure chose to work with Eastlake one more year. This year's Grad Night will be held at our friend Mickey Mouse's house. The big event will be held at Disney's California Adventure from 9pm to 2am on May 30, 2020. The ticket this year will be $250.00 a ticket, it will allow you to park hop from Disneyland to California Adventure up until 9pm, and will include transportation from school to Disney and back. This is the only choice of transportation for the students attending Grad Night. Please know the tickets will increase after the January 31st to $275.00. A registration form must be submitted with payment. Can't wait to see Mickey!

Click HERE for the registration form.




2020 Graduation

The date has been confirmed, the class of 2020 will graduate on Thursday June 4th at 8:45am at Southwestern College. More important graduation information will be posted on the schools website as it becomes available. Most of the logistics of graduation will be available once we come back from spring break.

Seniors, please check out the senior webpage for more information regarding senior activities.


Non-privilege List - PLEASE READ!!! (Click Here to check your status AS OF 2/3/20)

NP lists are updated weekly and posted ASB and Main Office. THIS tutorial shows how to check attendance on Infinite Campus. You MUST clear your name off the non-privileged list two weeks before any event. Senior Contract, Attendance, library/ASB fines, fundraising debt, Senior contract missing and athletic uniforms or gear owed are all reasons for being placed on this list. THIS is the list of Saturday schools for the rest of the year

Off-season strength and conditioning

Good morning, I wanted to pass on that I am officially starting Titan Power, a comprehensive and unified strength and conditioning program for our athletes. It’s FREE and open to all Eastlake students. They just need to sign up through EastlakeTitans.com and sign up for “weight lifting”. They DO NOT need a physical to participate. This just keeps a paper trail for the district of who is training after school hours. It begins Monday 12/09/19 and we will be meeting Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3pm-4pm in the weight room. Please pass this on to your kids and have them stop by if they have questions.

Mark Coziahr, CSCS - PE Teacher - Eastlake high School

Blood Drive

My name is Patricia Cruz, and my Girl Scout Troop 5390 has recently toured and learned about blood donations. We have joined with the San Diego Blood Bank to host a mobile blood drive in Chula Vista. As you know our community is often at a shortage of blood donations. We are looking to increase the blood mobile drive to get more donors.

Click HERE for the flyer with more information

Support for the Directing Change Program and Film Contest

The CA Department of Education Directing Change Program and Film Contest. The program invites middle and high school students to create a film about suicide prevention, mental health, and related cultural perspectives.

Click HERE for the flyer

Poll worker application

Click HERE for the application

US District Court: Civics Contest

Good Morning,

My name is Brooke Clarke, and I am the community outreach extern at the United States District Court in the Southern District of California. Beginning on February 15, 2020 we will be accepting entries to our 2020 Civics Contest. Each year, the court chooses a topical theme and has students submit either a 500 to 1,000 word essay or a 3-5 minute long video related to the theme. This years theme is: “The Right to Vote: Milestone Anniversaries”. This was chosen because 2020 is the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 15th amendment and 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment. In their essay or video, students are asked to respond to the following prompt: “In the wake of the 15th and 19th Amendments, barriers remained to prevent United States citizens from voting. Do formal or informal barriers remain today? What additional changes would you make, if any, to Americans’ voting rights?”. Students are given a list of cases and acts that will assist them in researching this topic. I have attached more details to this email including the flier and contest rules.

Students finalist at the district level will win cash prizes and be sent for consideration as a circuit level finalist. Those who win at the circuit level will win cash prizes and be invited to the 2020 Ninth District Judicial Conference in Portland, Oregon (travel and accommodations included).

Click HERE for the website with more details

AP EXAM prices

  • Late Ordering Window: November 18th- February 28th @ $134.00 per exam
  • Additional Fees will apply after February 28th
  • Click HERE for the STEM and Non-STEM Exam prices

AP exams

  • Click HERE for the AP Exam Schedule
  • Regular Ordering window opened Monday, August 19th.
  • Click HERE to find directions on how to place an order and the order form

AP (Advanced Placement) Parent & Student Night

Join us on Tuesday, February 4th from 6:00-8:00 pm in the Theater for our AP (Advanced Placement) Parent and Student Night. This is a great opportunity to learn about Advance Placement classes and to talk to AP teachers and counselors about your options for next year. Don't miss it!

In-studio picture makeup

Boyd Anderson Photography offers to our students and staff the opportunity to be photographed at their studio on the following dates only. If you have never been photographed for this school year - 2019-20, this service is FREE. For more information click HERE. They also offer additional days in the studio for anyone that missed the picture days at school or would like to have their picture retaken. They will produce ID cards from the in-studio day and they will be sent directly to the school for distribution. For security reasons, the ID cards will not be given directly to the students. For lost or stolen ID Cards, a new one can be purchased and printed at the ASB for $5.

ID Cards

Titans- If you lose your ID card, we will not be able to reprint another until after Fall Break. The replacement cost is $5.

Boyd Anderson Photography offers to our students and staff the opportunity to be photographed at their studio on the following dates only. If you have never been photographed for this school year - 2019-20, this service is FREE. For more information click HERE. They also offer additional days in the studio for anyone that missed the picture days at school or would like to have their picture retaken. They will produce ID cards from the in-studio day and they will be sent directly to the school for distribution. For security reasons, the ID cards will not be given directly to the students.

Clubs of the week

Each week, the Eastlake Edge will be highlighting several clubs. Click HERE to check out the "Club of the week".

NMSI SATURDAY study sessions registration & schedule

  • Click HERE to register
  • Click HERE for the Saturday study schedule


  1. Students should check their school emails for attendance information.
  2. Download the infinite campus app to receive attendance notification in real time.
  3. Independent Study Contracts are not given the week of finals per the school handbook.
  4. Please plan vacations around the school calendar. Calendars are posted for this year and the next two years. Click HERE

5. Please click HERE for valid reasons to excuse attendance per CA Ed Code

Dress Code Reminder

Titans-don’t forget, attire should protect the health and safety of all students. Be sure that you are following all dress code guidelines. Go HERE(Revised version will be up soon) for the student/parent handbook and see page 10 for dress code guidelines.

Lost and Found

Titans, if you have lost any clothes or other personal belongings, be sure to report them to the Lost and Found located in the ASB to check for your lost items. If you find items, please bring them to the ASB to our lost & found. Thank you!

Save the Dates


2/13 - Valentine’s Day Club Fair @ lunch

2/13 - ASB Nomination Convention

2/14 - President’s day - No School

2/17 - President’s day - No School

2/20 - ICC Meeting: @ Lunch in room 805 - Submit fundraising applications

2/21 - ASB Officer voting: polls open on Jupiter 6pm, close on Feb 23 by 9pm

2/24 - ASB Officer voting results announced

TBD - “Compact for Success” Assembly for Juniors Only - Theater @10:30

2/27 - ICC Meeting: @ Lunch in room 805- Submit fundraising applications

2/28 - VAPA-DEMICS Assembly (Academics, Clubs & Visual and Performing Arts)

2/28 - Progress Report given to students

2/28 - Community Service Hour Deadlines For:Principal’s Honor Roll – 100 hours are due

Bell Schedule 19-20

Weekly Rotation Schedules 19-20

ASB Calendar Semester 2 - 2019-2020

Athletic Online Clearance

Infinite Campus - Checking Attendance

Senior Class of 2020 Website

Follow @ASBDean on Twitter or @EHS_ASB_Dean on Instagram, to receive up-to-date information about school events.

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