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HSHMC is honored to receive the following exemplary awards of distinction:

  • 2015 California Gold Ribbon School
  • U.S. News Best High Schools of 2014
  • 2013 California Department of Education Distinguished School
  • California Department of Education Title 1 Academic Achievement
  • National Safety Advocacy Council Awards
  • 2015 California Gold Ribbon School
  • Bronze: Best High Schools
  • California Distinguished School
  • Title 1 Academic Achievement Award
  • National School Safety Advocacy Council Award

Health Sciences High and Middle College (HSHMC) is a school where students earn diplomas that matter! In partnership with Sharp Healthcare, SDSU professors, and San Diego Community College, HSHMC staff will ensure that each student has positive and meaningful experiences throughout high school while achieving academic and social success in a vocational program setting. HSHMC students will earn high school diplomas, complete college entrance requirements, and have opportunities to earn community college credits, degrees, or vocational certificates. In addition, students will work with health care professionals through job shadowing and internships to explore real-world applications of their school-based knowledge and skills as well as future career choices. Students will graduate with pride in their diplomas that represent a well-rounded, meaningful, and useful education...as well as a plan for their futures.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday - 5/10

Blood Drive



    The HSMS and HSHMC 2015-2016 yearbooks are available for purchase at school or online!

    Click here to purchase the HSMS online for $22.50.

    Click here to purchase the HSHMC online for $44.


    Want a chance to be in the yearbook?
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    Download the ReplayIt app to upload your pictures for a chance to be in the 2016 yearbook!


    Discussion and Feedback on HSHMC’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

    Among the many big changes in education in California is the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is an important instrument for measuring our progress as a high-performing school, and we want to illuminate this process as HSHMC prepares to meet new state requirements.

    For more information please view this presentation and visit this page.

    LCAP Meeting Information

    • March 15, 2016 @ Family Math Night 5:30pm
    • March 24, 2016 @ Family Orientation Night 6:00pm

    Mar. 20, 2016
    Monday 21stHSHMC Spirit Day
    Wear your surgeon gear and colors
    Tuesday 22ndTwin Day
    Twin with your besties
    Wednesday 23rdWorkout Wednesday
    Wear your wacky workout clothes
    Thursday 24thCollege Day
    Wear your favorite college gear
    Friday 25thMismatch Day
    Mix and match all your favorite clothes

    HOSA is hosting a 5k tomorrow at Morley Field to raise awareness and gather items for the homeless. If you would like to participate in the 5k HOSA is asking you to bring two or more personal hygiene items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, etc. HOSA hopes you are able to join them and help donate.

    The 5k is from 8:30a - 11:30a at Morley Field (2221 Morley Field Dr. San Diego, CA 92104)


    Among the many big changes in education in California is the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is an important instrument for measuring our progress as a high-performing school, and we want to illuminate this process as HSHMC prepares to meet new state requirements.

    For more information please view this presentation and join us at the following meetings:

    • March 8th, Family Orientation Night, 6pm
    • March 15th, Family Math Night, 6pm
    • March 24th, Family Orientation Night, 6pm

    Health Sciences Inc. and school social worker Dominique Smith were honored in Orlando, Florida at the National School Safety Advocacy Council for our collective work on restorative practices. This organization, composed of police officers, public safety officials, and district school safety administrators, presented the award for the innovative efforts of the school communities in reducing disruptive behavior that detracts from school learning. The principles of restorative practices are well known to our school, and reflect the pillars we strive for each day. Congratulations to Mr. Smith and the entire RP team, who work tirelessly to make our schools a great place to work, teach, and learn!