Recent News & Updates

Recent News

National Merit Scholars at Mission Prep

Oct 21, 2010

Mission College Prep is excited to announce that senior Rebecca Kudija is a semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Rebecca scored in the top 1% of all high school seniors nationally on the 2009 PSAT. She now has the opportunity to continue in the competition to qualify as a National Merit Finalist. Finalists will be announced in February 2011. 8400 National Merit Scholarships will be offered.

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Special Schedule on Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Oct 7, 2010

8am start time for all students. Noon dismissal for all students.

Grade Event
9 Study Skills Lessons (with their core teachers) More information below.
10 *Plan Standardized Test
11 *PSAT/NMSQT Test
12 College Counseling Seminar (with Mrs. Allardyce) More information below.

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Arroyo Grande tops Mission Prep in three volleyball games

Sep 15, 2010

For four years running, Arroyo Grande High has been the gold standard in girls volleyball along the Central Coast.

But the Eagles have some work to do if they want to make it five years, coach Ernie Santa Cruz said Tuesday night, following a 25-23, 27-25, 25-16 win at Mission Prep.

“We didn’t play with any focus,” Santa Cruz said. “Our approach to the game wasn’t very good, and we’re going to work on that.
“For the team and for myself, we all work way too hard to play like this,” he said. “Hopefully we can play at a higher level.”

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Alumni Update - September 2010

Sep 8, 2010

Class of 1990 celebrated their 20th Reunion in July. Brian Calcagno (2002) is currently serving in Iraq as a UH60 Black Hawk pilot. Dan Coudray (2004) is continuing to make progress as he recovers the bone marrow transplant at Stanford Hopital in July. Alumni Advisory Council met in September to discuss the Class Participation Challenge as part of the Annual Fund.

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Mission Prep powers to opening football win

Sep 4, 2010

Two running backs down, the Mission Prep football team turned to a couple of unproven formations and eventually to a two-way 230-pound lineman to move the ball Friday.

And Brady Lock had to be thankful for a two-quarterback system that usually gets a bad rap in the rest of the football world.

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Mission Prep's football pain is replacing stars

Sep 2, 2010

First it was Dylan Morrow. A year later it was Kevin Laird.

The question of how Brady Lock will replace an explosive and multifaceted player seems to pop up every year for the Mission Prep football coach.

“Yeah, we’ve lost a couple of good ones,” Lock said of the pair of Division I athletes. Laird is now playing football at Cornell, while Morrow plays baseball at San Jose State. “Let’s hope we get another one. But we’re not counting on that.”

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Mission Prep’s Knengi Martin is a coach, period

Aug 29, 2010

Nine years of professional playing experience. A key member of the dominant U.S. national team that easily won the world championship in July. Experience as a youth football coach. Clearly, Martin seemed the perfect candidate to be Mission Prep’s next junior varsity coach. Yet the hiring turned a few heads for one simple reason: Martin is a woman.

“I’ve always loved football, and that’s the reason I want to continue coaching,” Martin, 26, said. “I want to spread that love. Great coaches inspired me to keep playing and get better. I want to do that for others.”

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