Frank J. Zamboni middle school will be closed beginning Monday, March 16th through May 5th with possible extension. ------- Parents, it is important that students remain connected to school during this time. Please log in to Schoology to verify that your child is engaging with his/her teachers and completing assignments. Congratulations to Zamboni's Teacher of the Year - M. Bowman (6th grade Social Studies) ------ Congratulations to Zamboni's Classified Employee of the Year - Janet Palomares
College & Career Readiness
Our goal is to help prepare you for college and your future career. This involves learning about different college and career opportunities, as well as exploring your unique interest, abilities and goals.
For more information on CSULB, check out their website here!
More information on becoming a nutritionist can be found here!
Words to Know
"A-G" requirements: classes that students must take (and pass with a "C" or higher!) in high school in order to apply to a 4-year college
A - 2 years of social studies
B - 4 years of language arts
C - 3 years of math
D - 2 years of science
E - 2 years of a language other than English
F - 1 year of a visual or performing art
G - 1 year of a college prep elective
ACT/SAT: an exam that students must take in high school in order to apply to most 4-year colleges
extracurricular activities: anything that you are involved in that is not related to the classes you take at school (Examples: joining a sports team, playing a musical instrument, taking dance lessons, volunteering in your community, participating in religious activities)
financial aid: money that helps pay for college
grant: money given to students based on family income
scholarship: money given to students based on academic or other achievements
GPA: the average of your grades over time
major: a subject or area of study that represents a college student's main interest
personal statement: essays that students write about themselves as part of some college application processes
resume: a summary of a person's education, work/volunteer experiences, and skills
College and Career Center
Come to the College and Career Center to use computers to do research or browse the informational boards and brochures!