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Officers

Daniela Rojas - President

Iesha Carter - Co-Vice President

Long Truong - Co-Vice-President

Amber O'Brien - Co-Secretary

Abeeha Hussain - Co-Secretary

Valeria Milan - Co-Treasurer

Nick Mayton - Co-Treasurer

Kainith Kamil-Publicity

Tori Blackburn - Tutoring Coordinator

Vincent Whizin - Tech Lead

Kaylana Nickels - Junior Representative

Evie Currington - Sophomore Representative

Advisor - Mrs. Straub

Meetings

CSF meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month during lunch in the gym.  Bring your lunch and enjoy the time as a club.  You earn one CS hour for every meeting attended.  Make sure to have your stamp sheet to get credit.  Topics include college preparedness, scholarship opportunities, conference ideas, fundraiser planning, community service planning, etc.

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California Scholarship Federation

Our very own, Elizabeth Rojas Gallegos, was awarded the CSF 2018 Seymour Scholarship Award for the Southern CSF Region. This is HUGE and comes with a $5,000 scholarship. Congratulations to Elizabeth!!

Elizabeth Rojas Gallegos - Seymour Recipient

California Scholarship Federation - CSF

The purpose of California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is to foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of the senior high schools of California. 

Application Process

Students must apply within the first 2 weeks of each term.  Using only the grades from the previous term, students must show a minimum total of 10 points.  Grades of A earn 3 points, B earns 1 point, and C earns 0 points.  If there is a grade of a D or an F, the student is disqualified from membership for that term.  If students have honors or AP courses, up to 2 bonus points are added into the total.  At MVHS, students use grades from first and second semesters to get the total.  Students may use up to 5 grades (25 units) to qualify.  A minimum of 4 points must be from the List I classes, minumum of 7 points from List I & II combined, with remaining points coming from Lists I, II, or III.  Applications are available in room 803 or here on this website.  No late applications will be accepted, so pay attention to the announced and printed deadline.  $5 dues should be submitted to the Finance Office prior to your deadline.  Submit the receipt with the application or ask about fundraising option.

SPRING 2019 APPLICATION DEADLINES ARE: 

SENIORS - TBD

JUNIORS - TBD

SOPHOMORES - TBD

FRESHMEN - TBD

 

ABSOLUTE DEADLINE IS TBD - NO LATE PAPERWORK CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE!!

STAPLE APPLICATION, RECEIPT FOR $5 PAID AT FINANCE WINDOW PRIOR TO DEADLINE, AND COPY OF HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT. BRING TO ROOM 803.

 

Want your application checked out before you pay the $5? Come to Room 803 after school prior to the deadline to check it out.

MVHS CSF CLUB LINK

Community Service

Fifteen hours of community service are expected each term.  Attendance at the monthly meetings earns one hour for each meeting.  The rest must be accomplished on your own. There are CSF community service forms that must be filled out with dates, hours, and contact information and must include a signature of the adult overseeing your work ( a non-relative).

CSF club will also perform community service group projects throughout the year.  These will be described at the meetings.  These hours can count toward your community service requirement.

Honors

Students who meet the eligibility requirements for membership for a minimum of 4 out of the 5 last terms during grades 10-12 (at least one term must be from senior year) will earn the honor of being a Life Member.  These students will receive a CSF pin and a seal on the diploma.  In addition, students who meet the community service requirement for those terms (which includes attending a minimum of 50% of the monthly meetings) will also wear a white cap and gown with a gold CSF stole at graduation.

CSF Community Service Day

CSF Community Service Day

Awards Night

Schedule of Meetings for Fall 2018

In order to achieve Full status, CSF member must attend at least 5 out of 7 meetings this term:

September 11

September 25

October 9

October 23

November 13

November 27

December 11

Spring 2019 Club Meeting Dates

In order to acheive full status, attendance of at least 5 of these 8 meetings is required. 

January 29

February 12

Febraury 26

March 12

April 2

April 23

May 21

May 28