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UPCOMING EVENTS


HOMECOMING SPIRIT WEEK

To celebrate Homecoming week, enjoy the following changes to our daily dress code!
 

Monday - Hawaiian Day

Wear your best Hawaiian shirt and board shorts

Tuesday - Class Color Showdown

Unite as a class by wearing the following colors:

      Seniors: White, Juniors: Black   

      Sophomores: Gold, Freshmen: Gray

Wednesday - Pajama Day

Show up comfy and ready to learn in cozy PJs

Thursday - Mass Day

Professional Dress

Friday - Spirit Day

Friday tradition means wearing any Servite shirts with jeans
 

Enjoy this week of relaxed dress but please make sure you have dressed appropriately for school and that your outfits do not violate the spirit of our dress code and Catholic/Servite values. If you are participating in these special dress days you are invited to wear jeans or school bottoms. Pajamas should be modest in fit, fleece or sweat pants are fine, and tank tops are never allowed. If you are not participating you must be in the normal daily uniform.

In addition, we will have music going in the quad during lunch and have some rentals for Thursday and Friday to get the energy going. Prepare for a dunk tank experience and a mechanical shark-riding contest! The Asylum should be rowdy Friday night at Cerritos College for our first home game, and the Homecoming Dance will be awesome as usual on Saturday night in the Servite quad!

Let’s enjoy this week to celebrate the best of Servite and unite as a community of brothers! Don’t forget to sign up for the dance and take care of guest permission slips with Mrs. Nellesen in Room 110.


TEST DAY

This is a reminder to the Servite community that on Wednesday, October 12th, all Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior students will be taking a practice college admission exam on campus at Servite; Seniors have no school on that day. The Freshmen will be taking the PSAT 8/9, the Sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT, and the Juniors will be taking the PSAT/NMSQT.  

We will be following a special schedule on testing day, which starts earlier than our normal school day; the end time is earlier as well. The school day will have an 8:00 a.m. start time and students will be released around 12:00 p.m. once they complete their specified exam.

More information will follow as we near the actual testing day. We look forward to this exciting testing opportunity. Please reach out to your student's counselor with any questions.


HOMECOMING

Click HERE to purchase tickets today!

The purchaser school name is specific. Make sure you enter the school name correctly.

Servite: servitehs

Rosary: rosary

When entering your 5 digit Student ID number, Servite students must put an s after the number and Rosary students must put an r after the number. (ex: 12345s or 12345r).


Guest passes need to be turned in to room 110 by Sept. 23th.


TRINITAS

Year-long Acting and Technical

Fall electives include: Make-Up Design Musical Theatre, Musical Theatre History, Tech Booth and Scenic Painting.

We have two brand new teachers joining us for our year-long acting classes. Acting I will be taught by Ashley Linton from the national tours of Wicked and Les Miserables. Acting II and Musical Theatre will be taught by Jeffrey Landman seen on Broadway in Les Miserables and Falsettos.

LEARN MORE!


MOCK ACT/SAT

Servite and Rosary have partnered with Test Prep Gurus to administer in-person mock ACT and SAT exams on Saturday, October 15th, at 9:00 a.m. at Rosary Academy. These are full-length practice tests under timed conditions that provide numerous benefits including:
 

  • Build testing endurance
  • Receive a personalized test report detailing strengths and potential areas for improvement
  • Determine whether the ACT or SAT is a better fit

Register Now!


COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID NIGHT

Tuesday, October 4th, at 7:00 p.m.

Servite Theater at Servite High School

Please join us for Rosary's & Servite's Financial Aid Night featuring David Carnevale, Director of Undergraduate Financial Aid at Chapman University. The evening will provide an overview of the college financial aid process and how you can help determine the affordability of your student's college options. 

Please RSVP HERE by Friday, September 30th. 


CLASS OF 2026 FRESHMAN PARENT/STUDENT INFORMATION NIGHT

Attention Freshman students & parents! Please join the Counseling Office this upcoming Wednesday, September 21st, at 7:00 p.m. in the Theater. Mrs. Amy Bowman, our Freshman Counselor, will be going over what the transition into high school will be like for our freshmen and will discuss several important details.


COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY VISITS

Several colleges/universities will be hosting IN-PERSON or VIRTUAL presentations for students interested in getting more information about their school of choice. College visits are open to junior and senior students. Students are required to SIGN-UP via NAVIANCE.

If you have any questions, please contact the Counseling Office.

The following colleges/universities are scheduled for the week of September 26th – 29th.


SAFE TO SPEAK

Servite High School is committed to the safety and well-being of our students and school community. An important step to enhance personal safety and provide a positive learning environment is to implement the Safe to Speak system. It is a reporting tool that allows students, parents, and staff to submit safety concerns to school officials. You can easily report tips on thoughts of suicide, self-harm, harassment, bullying, or any other concern which may jeopardize the safety of students, employees, or school property. 

You may file a report using our Safe to Speak online form. When you file a report using the Safe to Speak form, you can remain anonymous. All reports will be investigated by our counselors, who are trained in handling confidential and sensitive matters. 

SAFE TO SPEAK FORM


COLLEGE APPLICATION WORKSHOP

Confused about what to do, when to do it, and how to complete your college applications? The counselors will be offering workshops to assist you. Sign up on Naviance to attend, either during lunch or after school.

The workshops are:

UC Applications: October 4th

CSU Applications: October 11th

SIGN UP!

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HIGHER GROUND
Are you looking for community service opportunities? Higher Ground is looking for Faith-Filled Leaders like you! Contact Mr. Joe Baldo, for more information at joebaldo@highergroundoc.org

MORE INFO

Friday Morning Parent/Son Mass Update

Friday morning Mother/Son and Father/Son Mass & Donuts at 7:15 will be postponed until our new chaplain arrives on campus. Thank you for your patience!

Daily Mass

Daily Masses will be held after school (10 minutes after the final bell) Monday through Thursday when there is no All-School Mass. As we await the arrival of our new school Chaplain, Servite priests will be available from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday for the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

KAIROS

KAIROS dates for this year: September 26-28; November 2-4; February 6-8; April 24-26.

Apply early as spots fill up fast!

*For Juniors and Seniors only*

Service Hours

Complete your 25 service hours or more this year before March 31st! The graduation requirement of 100 hours or more still remains the same. To read more about this, please consult the Parent/Student Handbook online, pages 41-42.

If you have questions, please email Mr. Aaron Mascaro at amascaro@servitehs.org.



HOMECOMING DANCE : October 1st

DAY OF GIVING : October 4th

FRIAR FEAST : October 8th

COLLEGE NIGHT : October 10th

FASHION SHOW : October 23rd

DYNAMIC DEACON : October 25th