Welcome to the Parent Portal where you can find everything you need as a parent!
- ORANGE/HYBRID INFORMATION
- Business Office
- Class Schedules/Textbooks
- Contact Numbers
- UPDATE CONTACT INFO
- Carpool Request
- Work Study
- Parent Community Council
Servite High School will transition to our Orange Instructional Level/Hybrid effective Tuesday, September 22nd. Below are some reference documents and recent emails to help navigate the transition. If you or your son have any questions, please direct them to your counselor. Additionally, please refer to the Parent/Student Handbook for more information on Servite policies. Thank you!
Thursday, April 1 - Holy Thursday, No School for Students
Friday, April 2 - Good Friday, No School, Offices Closed
Monday, April 5 - School Closed, Easter Vacation
Tuesday, April 6 - No School for Students, Easter Vacation
Wednesday, April 7 - No School for Students, Easter Vacation
Thursday, April 8 - No School for Students, Easter Vacation
Friday, April 9 - No School for Students, Easter Vacation
Monday, April 12 - Regular 7-Period Schedule
Tuesday, April 13 - Odd Block Mass Schedule
Wednesday, April 14 - Even Block Priory Schedule
Thursday, April 15 - Odd Block Schedule
Friday, April 16 - Even Block Schedule
Monday, April 19 - Regular 7-Period Schedule
Tuesday, April 20 - Odd Block Schedule
Wednesday, April 21 - Even Block Schedule (Department Meetings)
Thursday, April 22 - Odd Block Schedule
Friday, April 23 - Even Block Schedule
Monday, April 26 - Regular 7-Period Schedule
Tuesday, April 27 - Odd Block Schedule
Wednesday, April 28 - Even Block Schedule (Formation Meetings)
Thursday, April 29 - Odd Block Mass Schedule
Friday, April 30 - Even Block Priory Schedule
Please visit our health page at servitehs.org/health for more information from our School Nurse and other health related updates. Watch this video on our check-in procedures to ensure a smooth entry to campus.
Parent Policies & Resources
Academic & Counseling Information
All uniform purchases and services are managed online at vickimarsha.com, by calling 714-895-6371, or through Vicki Marsha's Huntington Beach location. For any questions or concerns you may also email Vicki Marsha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Vicki Marsha store in Huntington Beach is currently open and taking shopping appointments. For your convenience, you can also shop online.
The Business Office is here to help you with all of your financial payments and needs.
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Phone Number: (714) 774-7575 ext. 1180.
Please find our various financial services below:
All returning students (and parents) have access to courses for next year in Aeries under the ‘Classes’ tab. Please log in to Aeries and review these classes ASAP for accuracy. Please contact Counseling should you have any questions or concerns before July 23rd at 714-774-7575 x1134 or email Hilary Recknor, Assistant Principal of Counseling, at email@example.com. Please remember that only changes caused by computer or human error may be granted. Even though we made every effort to grant the course requests your son made last Spring, one or more electives may have changed due to scheduling conflicts. Also, please be aware that Priory and athletic assignments have not yet been finalized. Please do not contact your son's assigned counselor as they are not in the office over the summer and will not be able to help. The counseling office will be closed from July 27th through August 3rd.
All new students and parents (incoming Class of 2024 and transfers) will have access only through the parent's account on Aeries. You will need to use your login credentials that were automatically sent to you from the Aeries system. If you did not receive an email, or forgot your password, simply click the "Forgot Password?" on the login screen and follow the prompts. Use the email that you inputted when you registered your son. If the system does not recognize any email you enter, please contact the office at 714-774-7575 x1170 to verify the email address on your account.
*SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS: Please go to "change student" first and select Servite High School database (not summer). Then go to classes/course requests.
Textbook ordering instructions and lists are available for reference below. Once you review your course requests on Aeries, please refer to the following documents about required textbooks for your courses and instructions on how to order any texts, if needed. In most cases, Amazon is a great way to order any required materials. If you have any questions about textbook requirements, please contact Mrs. Watanabe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A final reminder - SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS are to be completed before school begins in August. Keep up with your summer work!
The Counseling Department of Servite High School offers a comprehensive program that supports all students academically, emotionally, socially, spiritually, and vocationally. We accomplish this by providing a compassionate, safe and confidential environment and by advocating on behalf of students to meet their developmental needs.
Servite's Parent Community Council offers a free, voluntary carpool matching service for our families. Please complete this form if you are looking for a family to carpool with in your area, or if you are able to provide transportation for a student in your area.
Servite High School abides by the laws of the State of California regarding provisional licenses for underage drivers. By offering this courtesy service, Servite High School in no way assumes any responsibility related to anyone’s carpool arrangements. By using or participating in this service, you expressly agree to release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless Servite High School, Servite Parent Community Council and their respective employees, directors, officers, agents, and representatives from any and all liability arising from any use or participation in this service, including but not limited to any lawsuits, claims, or causes of actions brought by you or any third party alleging any injuries or damages of any kind, whether relating to personal injury, damage to property, remedies in equity, attorneys’ fees, or court costs.
Work Study Students
All Financial Aid students are considered Work Study Interns and are expected to work the hours assigned per year in the various job sites under Trinity Corporation. Work study hours are primarily worked on the Servite campus by supporting Servite events and activities, working in the Retail store, working in the Kitchen or assisting the Facilities team keeping the campus clean. Starting in the 2020/2021 school year the work study hours will be assigned based on the amount of financial aid received per student as follows:
$1 to $3,000 = 10 hours
$3,001 to $6,000 = 20 hours
$6,001 to $10,000 = 30 hours
$10,001 and up = 40 hours
Students that have deficient hours from previous school years still owe the amount assigned from the previous years.
Failure to Work Hours
Failure to complete work study hours could affect future financial aid awards. Seniors who fail to complete will not receive their diploma at graduation and must make arrangements with the business office to obtain a release.
Definition of Work Study Hours
Work Study Hours are not the same as Campus Ministry Service Hours and are booked separately and may not be credited twice. Work Study hours are primarily on campus, and working for Trinity Corp enterprises. Campus Ministry Service Hours are primarily working off campus in churches, parishes, the community, with the homeless, and are considered "corporal works of mercy" with no personal gain or compensation.
Registering and Signing Up for Shifts
All new students in the work study program will need to register and create a profile here:
Once you have registered for your work study profile you may log in and sign up for available shifts here:
To view available shifts, click on the Opportunity tab in your profile to see a list of available shifts. A description of who to meet and where to report will appear when you click on a shift to view it. When you find a shift that you want to do, make sure to click the Sign up button on the bottom right and it will be added to your schedule.
After you complete a shift, your hours worked will be verified and logged automatically. Your profile will show you how many hours you have completed. Follow the directions in your profile to view how many hours you owe and what shifts you have signed up for.
Parents of students fitting the following criteria are allowed to assist their sons with a portion of their hours but are not required to do so:
- Students assigned 30 hours, parents can assist with up to 10 hours.
- Students assigned 40 hours, parents can assist with up to 20 hours.
Opportunities for parents to assist with hours come up at different times throughout the year and will be announced via the different school communications. If there is an opportunity that you want to sign up for, your son will be able to sign in to his profile and find available parent shifts. You will sign up for shifts through your son's profile and your hours will automatically be logged and credited to your son once verified. The biggest opportunity for parents to complete hours every year is the Christmas Tree Sale in December, information for available shifts will be sent out in November. Remember, parents are not required to work any hours. It is a gift to your son if you choose to do so.
Advisor: Scott Kahler 99’ Email: email@example.com
Working collegially with Servite High School administration, the Parent Community Council helps parents collaborate to determine community needs, provide parent educational resources, and create opportunities to build supportive relationships.
SERVITE COMMUNITY PRAYER
Join the Parent Community Council every Monday at 8 AM to start off the week in prayer for our students, faculty, staff, parents and community. The Zoom link will be emailed out Monday mornings.