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Olson, Erik


Seyvertsen, Deana


Dmitrenko, Kyle
Physical Education Department Co-Chair
Jilka, Bryan
Health Teacher
Morton, Lawrence
Health Teacher


Dennaoui, Nael
English Teacher
Dmitrenko, Kyle
Physical Education Department Co-Chair
Frei, Michael
Science Teacher
Hanf, Matthew
English Teacher
Harman, Justin
Social Science Teacher
Lewis, Wendy
Business Teacher
Nill, Mark
English Teacher
Oates, Jenn
Science Teacher
Olson, Erik

Sports Career (SCA) Locker

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Welcome to the Sports Careers Academy!

The Sports Careers Academy is a school within a school focused on exposing students to careers in the sports industry, specifically Sports Medicine.  Additionally, sports-related themes are woven into academic classes to address students' interests.

Look to this page for announcements and news about the

Sports Careers Academy

Calendar of Events 2011-12

October 13 & 14, 2011: TERM 1 Final Exams

October 17, 2011: TERM 2 Begins

November 11, 2011: Veteran's Day- NO SCHOOL

November 21 and 22, 2011: EGUSD Furlough days- No school

November 23-25, 2010: Thanksgiving Break

December 15 & 16, 2011: TERM 2 Final Exams. Minimum Days

January 2012: Lambda Delta Rho Ski Trip

March 1 & 2, 2012: TERM 3 Final Exams. Minimum Days

March 5, 2012: TERM 4 begins

April 2011: Junior College Tour to California State University, Sacramento- Date and Time TBA



SCHOLARS 9: Introduction to character and team building, study skills, and health curriculum.

10th GRADE

Introduction to Sports Careers 10Development of the six character pillars (trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship); workplace skills; research and presentation skills; career exploration and guest speakers.

11th GRADE

Introduction to Sports Medicine 11: Development of workplace skills; presentation skills, nutrition, assessment of fitness /health level

12th GRADE

Exercise Physiology: Development of work place skills; presentation skills; assessment and treatment plan for health/fitness goals; CPR/First Aid certification

Coaching and Leadership: Application of six character pillars in mentoring program and activities; community service; presentation skills; collaborative groups and team building; college and caree awareness and development; college and workplace writing skills; leadership skills


If you have a student who is in the Sports Careers Academy please sign yourself up on school loop so that we can email you important information.


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Lamda Delta Rho Honor Society

Lambda Delta Rho is an honor society developed within the Sports Careers Academy. This honor society promotes the principles of Leadership (Lambda), Discipline (Delta), and Respect (Rho) as the foundations for academic and personal success. Students may qualify for this honor society based on their academic performance each term, and may earn rewards as a result. To attain status in the honor society, students must earn a 2.5 GPA or higher and earn no F grades or Unsatisfactory marks in behavior. Within the honor society, there are 3 different levels. The lowest qualifying level is Rho status. A student may qualify for Rho status if they earn between a 2.5 GPA and a 2.99. The second level is Delta Status. A student may qualify as Delta for earning between 3.0 and a 3.49 GPA. The highest level is Lambda status. Students must earn a qualifying GPA of over 3.5 to achieve this level.

Every amazing athlete must be a hardworking student first.