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Current Student & Parent Resources

The current student and parent resources page is information pertinent to the day-to-day operations at Damien High School. This includes policies and procedures, parent permission forms, calendars, weekly schedules, daily announcements, classroom web sites, grades and progress report access, tuition management, volunteer service opportunities, bus services and much more.


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Colleges Recruiters to Visit Campus – Various Dates

Spartans: Please log into your Naviance account to register for these visits. The deadline to register is the night before the visit. You must receive a pass to attend. Most college/university presentations will be in the DRC.

Case Western Reserve University – October 11, 2019

Azusa Pacific University –  October 15, 2019

University of Rochester – October 15, 2019


College Night for Juniors – October 15

Juniors and Parents of Juniors: The Academic Counseling Department is hosting College Night for Juniors. All junior level class standing Spartans and their parents are invited to this guidance workshop. The workshop will start at 6:30 pm in the Travers Cronin Athletic Center. Parents and students are encouraged to attend this workshops.


SAT Prep Course, Last Chance to Enroll – October 15

There is still time to register for Damien's Fall SAT Prep Course. You can begin next week on Tuesday, October 15. Come to Building 300 - Room 302 for the 3 to 6 pm session or Room 301 for the 6 to 9 pm session. Cost is $275.


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PSAT – October 16

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) This exam is significant for juniors as it is the entrance into the National Merit Scholarship qualifications. For our sophomores and freshmen it will be a form of the test, which will provide valuable data on how ready you are for the college process. It is important that all non-seniors are present for these assessments. Seniors have the day off school. This is a great opportunity to visit local colleges.


St. Damien Mass – October 17

The annual St. Damien Mass on Thursday, October 17. According with our tradition, students are permitted to wear Hawaiian shirts that day in lieu of Mass Dress.


Spartan International Travel Program: Information Session – Japan – October 23

Konnichiwa! Once again, Damien is providing an opportunity for your son to travel abroad in the summer of 2020. You are invited to attend an information session hosted by Mr. Alex Jimenez on next summer’s destination trip: Japan. The info session will be on Wednesday, October 23 @ 6 pm in Room 102 (Bldg. 100). For more information, contact Mr. Jimenez, Arigato!


Catholic Education Foundation (CEF) on Campus – October 30

Save the date. CEF will be on-campus accepting in-person applications for tuition assistance during the 2020-21 school year. More information to come on income guidelines and the application. To better prepare, gather your most recent tax returns. These documents are required as part of the application process. You may set an appointment at this time:


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Annual Gala, Dinner & Dance – November 2

Spartan Families: we know that you still have those great dance moves from the 80's and love to play casino tables. So come out for a great night of dancing, playing the tables, live auction, silent auction, meeting new friends and having a lot of fun with old ones. Saturday, November 2, is the night for you at the Damien Monte Carlo Night Gala. Tickets can be purchased for $80.00 per person on the Damien website. Don't miss out on having a lot of fun and also fulfilling some of your family obligation. We are desperately asking for your help with donation items for our live and silent auction. Remember that you must give $250.00, in the form of items, sponsorship or attending one of our two major fundraisers, which are The Gala and the Golf tournament, as part of your family obligation. So why not go, have an amazing time and support the school. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Amrhein, or 909-596-1946 x287.


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Senior Yearbook Dedications for the 2019-20 Yearbook

Parents of Seniors!  Make sure to send in your photos and message to your child for their 2020 yearbook. The “best price” is to order by October 31, 2019 to receive the “early bird” discount. For more information on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, please visit:


Holy Name of Mary’s Men’s Retreat: “Recognizing Your Personal Catholic Journey” – October 26

Holy Name of Mary’s Men’s Shield ministry group will be hosting a half-day men’s retreat on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. Guest speaker is Msgr. Tim Nichols, St. John Vianny Parish. All men: fathers, uncles, grandfathers, etc. Whether you are a Damien alum, parents or relatives of alumni as well as friends of Damien are invited. The retreat is open to all faiths (Catholic or Non-Catholic). No fee to attend. A $5 gratuity helps to defray the costs. For more information, e-mail


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