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FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2017

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Photographed by Joseph H. Garcia (2017)


Early Release

For the most current release listing visit BRONCOS EARLY RELEASE

Student News

AP World History and AP European History

Both AP World History and AP European History are having MANDATORY meetings for next year's students on Thursday, June 1st, at lunch.  AP World will meet in Room 31 and AP Euro will meet in Room 34.


Senior Ball Start Time

Attention all Seniors attending the Ball this weekend.  The Ball starts at 7:00 pm on Saturday at Bentley Reserve.  The Ball is from 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM.


Lost Keys

Please stop by the Main Office if you have lost a set of keys.  There are several unclaimed keys in the lost and found area. 


AP Biology Mandatory Meeting

All students enrolled in AP Biology next year, and who did NOT attend the first meeting, MUST attend the meeting held on Monday, June 5th, during lunch in Room 81, the portable science classroom.


Jamba Juice Fundraiser

Come to the Forum on Thursday, June 1st, during lunch to buy Jamba Juice for five dollars. 


Ball Pictures

If you would like a professional picture to be taken of you and your date/friends at the Senior Ball, please pick up an order form at the Treasure's Office or pay online.


Honors Chemistry Meeting

There will be a meeting for next year's Honors Chemistry students at lunch in the Lecture Hall on Friday, 6/2.  We will give out the summer homework. 


AP Chemistry Meeting

There will be a meeting for next year's AP Chemistry students at lunch in Room 1 on Thursday, 6/1.  We will give out the summer homework.


Panoramic Photos

Seniors - Your 2017 class panoramic photos are now available for purchase at the Treasurer's Office! Price-$5. 


Counselor Opportunity for 2017-2018 School Year

If you are interested in becoming a conflict manager or tobacco use prevention education peer educator for the 2017-2018 school year, please let your Academic Counselor know. Great opportunity for all students!


Attendance Policy for Senior Ball

Attention all students attending Senior Ball.  Please remember our school’s tardy policy – your attendance can keep you from being able to participate in after school activities. Please make every effort to get to class on time to ensure your ability to go to Senior Ball.


Attendance Alert 

Please remember to check with the Attendance Office when you arrive to school late or returning from an appointment.  All tardies and absences must be verified!


Walnut Creek Saves - Free Sign Up

The city of Walnut Creek announced a new initiative called Walnut Creek Saves that works with residents to save money, electricity, natural gas and water.  The free consultations include an evaluation of energy and water usage and personalized reports to save money.  Visit for more information.


The Sentinel:  March Edition

Pick up your March issue of The Sentinel in news stands in central corridors.  Also, check out the online paper at


Summer School Applications

If you have received a D or an F in any of your classes, see your academic counselor located in the library to pick up an application for summer school.


Leadership Application Extended - Info Meeting

Interested in being in Leadership next year but don't really know what it's all about?  Come to A period Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14, and/or at lunch in Gym.  Come see what we do - Open House!  We want you! 


College Now

For more information on College Now see your academic counselor.


Bronco Apparel

Come and get your Bronco apparel - hoodies, windbreakers, t-shirts, beanies - every Wednesday at lunch in the forum.


Seniors please see attached flyer to see what is allowed at the Pavilion during graduation.


Seniors - Grad Night Tickets – $150 ticket price


This is the last night you will be together as a class. There is a great party planned for you – Don’t miss out. Ticket price covers all activities and food.


Buy your tickets NOW to get correct tee shirt size

·      To purchase Grad Night Ticket  - Ticket Purchase & Registration

·      We need Parent Volunteers (not just senior parents) Grad Night Volunteer Sign Up

·      Go to the Grad Night Website for detailed information


The goal is for all Seniors who want to attend to be able to do so.  If there is a financial hardship and you would like to attend the event, partial scholarships are available.  Please contact Kelly Eagan, Vice Principal, – or meet with her at school. Last day to request a scholarship is Friday, June 2.


Grad Night 2017

Date:  Thursday, June 8 – 9:30pm – 4:30am

Location:  Centre Concord (adjacent to Clayton Valley Bowl)

Immediately following Northgate Graduation - June 8th (Concord Pavilion)


Contact Lisa Lamm or Cathy Escobar with questions



College & Career Center

For SCHOLARSHIPS scroll below


Summer Job Opportunity!!

The City of Pleasant Hill Park and Recreation is offering the following positions for ages 15 and up:

- Cashier, starting at $10.50/hour

- Lifeguard, starting at $11.00/hour

- Swim Instructor, starting at $11.00/hour

Deadline: May 22, 2017 (by 5 pm)

For more information visit the College and Career Center and to apply call (925) 682-0896




More SUMMER PROGRAMS information available at the College and Career Center


USC Summer Programs

The USC Summer Programs offer students a preview of "freshman year" through its college immersion experience. The programs are designed to combine college level course work, academic field trips, and structured extracurricular activities.

USC Summer Programs offers 4 and 2 week courses in a variety of subjects from which students choose one course for intense study, and receive 3 units of transferable USC elective credit upon successful completion of the 4-week program.

For more information visit and visit the College and Career Center.


Duke University Summer Session

Make the dream a reality this summer at Duke Summer College!  Whether you want to study black holes or the human genome, it has a course for you.  For a full list of the classes we are offering this summer, click here.


Pre-College Program at Barnard College in New York City!

Students from around the globe come to New York City to pursue their passions in a rigorous, academic setting.  With five distinct programs to choose from, ranging from entrepreneurship to dance, you have the unique opportunity to explore an area of interest on a deeper level through both in-class discussions and city exploration. As part of the learning experience at Barnard, you will get a taste of both college life and the Big Apple!

For more information and to apply visit



"Concord Police Association Scholarship"

Amount: $2,500

Deadline: Wednesday May 31, 20017


- Cumulative 3.0 GPA for graduating seniors

- Completed application

- Most recent transcript

- Copy of SAT and ACT scores

- Acceptance letter from a 4 year college or university, typed essay (2 page max), Times New Roman font, size 12.

More information is available at the College and Career Center.


"Aspiring Nurse Scholarship"

Amount: $1,000

Deadline: June 30, 2017


- A track record of academic excellence, particularly in science and mathematics

- A passion for the nursing profession and the overall field of healthcare

- High School student who plan to pursue college education in nursing, LPN/LVN, AND, and BSN programs

- Short 500 word essay

- Non-renewable

To apply visit



2016-2017 Online Sports Registration – Winter and Spring Student Athletes

In order to try out for the upcoming winter and spring seasons, ALL student athletes are required to complete an online registration.  At the conclusion of your registration, you will receive an email confirmation that you have completed step 1 of the tryout registration.  The 2nd step is to turn in your completed and signed Athletic Activity Clearance form and Medical History and Exam form to the Athletic Department per the date schedule provided.


Winter Sports – CLOSED

Spring Sports – CLOSED


For more information, go to  Please don’t wait to register, the AD office and coaches rely on the registrations to prepare for the upcoming season that includes scheduling, number of teams to participate and equipment inventory.  Thanks for your follow up and GO BRONCOS!