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1st Annual CAR & BIKE SHOW at Steel Canyon High School – May 4, 2019

ATTENTION CAR LOVERS! The Steele Canyon High School ASB is putting on the First Annual Steele Canyon Car and Bike Show! Saturday May 4, 2019 from 10am – 3pm.  Categories include: Classic, Off-Road, Custom, Modern, & Motorcycle. Best in Class Awards. People’s Choice Award. El Cajon Ford will be there offering free test drives! (For each test drive, Ford donates to Steele Canyon’s ASB) KSON 103.7 will be there and Food trucks too! This event is FREE to attend! $10 registration fee to show your car. Come support your local high school. Lots to see and do and fun for the whole family. Free to attend so come enjoy a wonderful day with cool cars and good people! Interested in participating in our event?  Please contactNicole Swanson at (619) 971 5556 for email asbnswanson@schscougars.org.  Steele Canyon High School is located at 12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley, CA 91978. Visit our website at https://www.schscougars.org for forms.

 

 

 

 

 

Steel Canyon High School (SCHS) Spring Craft & Vendor Fair – April 6, 2019

Mark your calendars for our Steele Canyon High School Spring Craft & Vendor Fair on Saturday, April 6th from 10am-2pm! We will have 90+ craft & vendor booths, live entertainment, and yummy food. Come hang out at this fun community event and do some shopping at our great vendor booths. We can’t wait to see you all there! If you are a crafter or vendor and are interested in participating in our event please email cyoshinaga@schscougars.org.  Follow us for event updates on InstaGram: @schscougars2021. Check out our FB event for updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/377329186180772/

Steele Canyon High School is located at 12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley, CA 91978 619-660-3500 Visit our website at https://www.schscougars.org/

 

The Steele Canyon Players Annual Musical – Les Misérables: March 20-24, 2019

The Steele Canyon Players Annual Musical Les Misérables. 

Steele Canyon High School presents the world’s longest running musical, Les Misérables. This modern classic, based on Victor Hugo’s novel, features one of the most memorable scores of all time. The production includes over 130 students in the cast, crew and orchestra. According to Theatre Director, Nicole LaBella and Music Director, Heather Luck, Steele Canyon High School musicals are unique as they are the only school in the area to perform with live orchestral accompaniment.

Show dates are March 20, 21, 22, & 23 at 7 PM and March 24 at 2 PM.

All performances are in the Steele Canyon High School Theatre, 12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley, CA 91978. Tickets can be reserved and purchased online www.schscougars.org for $10 each, or at the box office on the day of performance for $15 each. Students with I.D., $10 at the door.

In 19th century France, Jean Valjean (Jackson Shaffer), released from years of unjust imprisonment, finds only mistrust and mistreatment. He breaks his parole in hopes of starting a new life, initiating a lifelong struggle for redemption. He is relentlessly pursued by police inspector Javert (Sean Huitt), who does not believe Valjean can be reformed. Valjean aids a struggling working-class woman, Fantine (Rosie Barrack), by becoming a guardian to her child, who is poorly treated by her paid caregivers, the Thénardier’s (Tyler Hicks & Claire Doucet). The play progresses to the Paris student uprising of 1832, led by Enjolras (Ryan Singer), where a young Eponine (Mary Rose Vadeboncoeur) sacrifices everything for the love of a student revolutionary, Marius (Brice Cloke). Javert must confront his ideals after Valjean spares his life and saves Marius, who has captured the heart of Valjean’s adopted daughter, Cosette (Morgan Feeney Ingraham). Poignant, epic and uplifting, Les Misérables illustrates the triumph of the human spirit. “Do You Hear The People Sing?” This production is made possible with the generous support of the Tim Abbott Family & the Michael J. Slater Family.

 

About the Steele Canyon Players & Instrumental Music Department – Under Theatre Director, Nicole LaBella and Musical Director, Heather Luck, students in the Steele Canyon High School drama and music departments produce an annual Fall Semester play and an annual Spring Semester Musical. The Spring Production of The Sound of Music was named the Best High School Musical at the 2018 Broadway San Diego Awards after the first year of entering the competition that celebrates excellence in San Diego County’s high school musical theatre.

 

The Alpine Woman’s Club Scholarship, Preservation & Education Foundation Now Accepting Scholarship Applications from Graduating High School Seniors

February 2019 – The Alpine Woman’s Club Scholarship, Preservation and Education Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications from graduating high school seniors who reside in Alpine.  Scholarships will be awarded in June at the Alpine Woman’s Club luncheon meeting on June 18th.  In order to be considered for a scholarship, applications must be received no later than May 31.

Students applying for a scholarship must: Reside in Alpine; have a well-developed sense of community participation and/or have been diligently applying themselves in the employment area; show scholastic and extra curricular achievement; submit a 500 word autobiographical essay, and plan to attend a college, university or vocational school.

Applications are available at the Alpine Chamber of Commerce Office, the Alpine Community Center, and the Alpine Library.  Applications may also be found on the Alpine Woman’s Club web site, www.alpinewomansclub.org.  To date, more than $134,000 has been awarded to over 200 recipients since the inception of the AWC scholarship program. For more info please contact Kathy Stewart kathysab@cox.net

 

Star of the London Production of LES MISÉRABLES – Dean Chisnall Visits Steele Canyon High School – March 7, 2019

STEELE CANYON THEATER STUDENTS “DREAM A DREAM” WITH STAR OF THE LONDON PRODUCTION OF LES MISÉRABLES – Actor, Dean Chisnall

Who am I? – An Evening with Actor Dean Chisnall ( Jean Valjean, Les Misérables, West End, London) at Steele Canyon High School Theater on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 7 pm. $20 reserved seats online & $25 general seating @ door. An informal evening with professional actor, Dean Chisnall. Through a Q & A session, Chisnall will share his story, training, inspirations, get a sneak peak at his favorite roles, as well as share his wisdom for success in the industry.

Steele Canyon music director, Heather Luck, befriended Dean Chisnall while on a trip to London last December.  Luck invited him to America to meet the students of the Steele Canyon Players so that he might offer them advice and tutelage as they get ready for their upcoming production of Les Misérables.  Chisnall accepted the invitation.  Along with Steele Canyon theater director, Nicole LaBella, Luck and Chisnall will team-up to instruct and inspire the young actors to capture the essence of some of most beloved characters ever created for musical theater.

“I’m so excited and honoured to come to Steele Canyon – it’s a huge privilege to be invited to share my passion
with such like minded students and staff. I’ll be there soon… See you on the barricade.” – Chisnall

The Steele Canyon Players are rising stars in the local high school theater scene.  Under Theatre Director, Nicole LaBella and Musical Director, Heather Luck, students in the Steele Canyon High School drama and music departments produce an annual Fall Semester play and an annual Spring Semester Musical. The Spring Production of The Sound of Music was named the Best High School Musical at the 2018 Broadway San Diego Awards after the first year of entering the competition that celebrates excellence in high school musical theatre.

Steele Canyon Charter High School is a California charter high school located near the eastern San Diego County communities of Jamul, Rancho San Diego, and Spring Valley.  Opened in 2000, the school serves students in grades 9 through 12. Steele Canyon has operated as a charter school since July 1, 2007.

For more info please contact Jennifer Doucet, jendoucet1@gmail.com (619)665-7287

www.schscougars.org

 

“A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas” at Steele Canyon High School – December 12-16, 2018

The Steele Canyon High School Drama Department and Instrumental Music Department present the age-old beloved classic, A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas. Show dates are Wednesday through Saturday, December 12, 13, 14 & 15 at 7 PM with a matinee performance on Sunday, December 16 at 2 PM.  All performances are in the Steele Canyon High School Theatre, 12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley. Tickets for all performances are $10 each and may be purchased online at http://www.showtix4u.comor purchased at the box office on the evening of performances. Set in Victorian England, the play is adapted by Michael Wilson from the original work of Charles Dickens. This theatrical and spirited version puts the fantastical qualities of the classic tale center stage. A swirling, dancing chorus of ghosts weaves through this uplifting holiday story. Traditional Christmas music accompanies this tale of redemption, magic and hope that will certainly put you in the Christmas “spirit”. This production is made possible by the generous support of Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. and the Michael J. Slater Family.

About the Steele Canyon Players & Instrumental Music Department –

Under the direction of Theatre Director, Nicole LaBella and Musical Director, Heather Luck, students in the Steele Canyon High School drama and music departments produce an annual Fall Semester play and an annual Spring Semester Musical. The Spring Production of The Sound of Music was named the Best High School Musical at the 2018 Broadway San Diego Awards after the first year of entering the competition that celebrates excellence in high school musical theatre.

 

 

Steele Canyon High School CRAFT & VENDOR FAIR – October 13, 2018

Steele Canyon High School (SCHS) Fall Craft & Vendor Fair on October 13th from 10am-2pm! Here are some of the vendors that will be there! doTERRRA, Color Street, Pruvit, Young Living, Isagenix, Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski, Mary Kay, Scentsy, Thirty-One Gifts, Lipsense, Lularoe, Norwex, Paparazzi: “Jate’s Bling”, Party Lite Candles, Pampered Chef, Juice Plus+ Company, Righteous Warriors Clothing, Shine Universe Apparel & Décor, Socks 4 Balance, Handmade Wood Christmas Decor, Handmade resin crosses, Hand knit hats and scarves, Hand sewn purses
Drift + Habit: Succulents, macramé, stain glass, & ornament wreaths , Snapart Fusion, Fresh Baked Designs: Artisan Jewelry, Acrylic Fluid & Jewelry, Caricature artist, Shine Universe Apparel & Décor, Sweet Peas Baby Designs, Usborne Books & More, Nazz Party Supplies, Danny’s ice cream truck, Kettle corn, Steele Canyon HS Class Councils: food.

If you are interested in having a booth please email cyoshinaga@schscougars.org. We are looking forward to a great event! Steel Canyon High School is located at 2440 Campo Rd., Spring Valley, California 91978 (619) 660-3500

STEELE CANYON High School Production Wins BEST MUSICAL at 2018 Broadway San Diego Awards

This is a HUGE honor! Steele Canyon High School Production Wins BEST MUSICAL at 2018 Broadway San Diego Awards! There are several Alpine kids who are cast members as well as Theatre Director, Nicole LaBella, who is an Alpine resident and former JMMS teacher.

Steele Canyon High School Drama Department and Instrumental Music Department’s production of Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music was named the Best High School Musical at the 2018 Broadway San Diego Awards. At the May 27, 2018awards show, the Steele Canyon Players competed with two other finalists, Mission Hills High School’s American Idiot and Cathedral Catholic High School’s  42nd Street. The cast performed in a competitive Tony Awards® style adjudication process to be awarded the Best High School Musical and won $1,000 for their Steele Canyon theatre department.

According to SCHS Theatre Director, Nicole LaBella, this is the first year the school has entered this competition that celebrates excellence in high school musical theatre.

The Broadway San Diego Awards Program Manager, Rick Hernandez states, “We had 22 schools with 28 shows in the competition this year. This is the largest participation that we have ever had. The competition was fierce!”.

Additionally, three Steele Canyon Players received best actor nominations for their roles in The Sound of Music: Leanna Neely for her portrayal of the Mother Abbess, Jackson Shaffer for his portrayal of Captain Von Trapp and Mary Rose Vadeboncoeur as Maria. Brice Cloke, Claire Doucet, Sean Huitt, Tori Joynson and Sydney Villa represented Steele Canyon Players as selected members of the All Star Chorus that performed at the awards show.

The Steele Canyon Players wish to thank their sponsors The Michael J. Slater Family and Home Depot for helping to make this production possible.

The Broadway San Diego Awards program is now entering its fifth year and the competition is sponsored by the San Diego County Credit Union. The Mission of Broadway San Diego Awards is to utilize a competitive Tony Awards® style adjudication process, to find the very best of high school musical theater talent in San Diego County; and in collaboration with the Jimmy Awards®, also known as the National High School Musical Theater Awards® (NHSMTA), to present these talented young performers with a unique scholarship opportunity to advance their educations and careers in the genre of musical theater.

Submitted By Jennifer Doucet

 

Steele Canyon High School Craft & Vendor Fair – March 24, 2018

Steele Canyon High School (SCHS) Presents Craft & Vendor Fair – Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 11am to 5pm. 40 vendors expected!

Interested in being a vendor at our Craft Fair? Here is what is required:
-Signed contract
-Photo of items you are selling emailed to cturrubiartes@schscougars.org
-$25 for each spot you want to purchase

Mail the signed contract with money, or bring to room F206 by Wednesday, March 21st. (Mail to: Charlotte Turrubiartes, 12440 Campo Road., Spring Valley, CA 91978) Make checks payable to: SCHS Class of 2019. For further information contact Charlotte Turrubiartes: cturrubiartes@schscougars.org or call (619) 660-3668 Steel Canyon High School is located at 2440 Campo Rd., Spring Valley, California 91978  (619) 660-3500

The Sound of Music Performance at Steele Canyon High School – March 14-18, 2018

The Steele Canyon High School Drama Department and Instrumental Music Department present their annual Spring Musical production, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s beloved classic, “The Sound of Music”. The production includes nearly 100 students in the cast, crew and orchestra. According to Drama Director, Nicole LaBella and Music Director, Heather Luck, Steele Canyon High School musicals are unique as they are the only school in the area to perform with live musical accompaniment. Several students from Alpine have roles. Show dates are March 14, 15, 16, 17 at 7 PM with a special “Sing-A-Long” performance including tea & treats on March 18th at 2 PM. All performances are in the Steele Canyon High School Theater, located at 12440 Campo Road, Spring Valley, CA 91978. Tickets are $10 each and the “Sing-A-Long” with tea & treats is $15 per person. Tickets for all performances may be purchased online by visiting www.showtix4u.com and searching Steele Canyon High School, The Sound of Music, or by purchasing at the SCHS Theatre Box Office on the evening of the performances.

 

Set in pre-World War II Austria, a postulant (Mary Rose Vadeboncouer/Morgan Ingraham) proves too high-spirited for life at the abbey and is dispatched by Mother Abbess (Leanna Neely) to serve as governess for the seven children of a widowed naval captain (Jackson Shaffer). Her growing rapport with the youngsters, coupled with her generosity of spirit captures the heart of the stern captain, and they marry. Upon returning from their honeymoon, they discover that Austria has been invaded by the Nazis, who demand the Captain’s immediate service in their navy. The family’s narrow escape over the mountains to Switzerland on the eve of World War II provides one of the most thrilling and inspirational finales ever presented in the theatre. “Climb Every Mountain…till you find your dream”.

 

For additional info please contact Jennifer Doucet HERE or visit www.schscougars.com