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Picture yourself as a teenager in Santa Maria High School, your country is in the midst of the second world war, and you worry that any second, you could be attacked by a foreign country's military strike. Now imagine that you don't have a cellular phone, internet, or WiFi, and that the only way to know what's happening on campus is by reading it from a newspaper. You get your newspaper and the da…

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Now is the time to buy your SMHS Review yearbook!  Books are currently being offered at the lowest price of the year.  You can now make payments online (link above), or simply go to the business office to arrange payments.

Click here to order your yearbook here.

Links and Other Important Information

  • ANUNCIOS Viernes, 14 de diciembre, 2018
    GENERAL ▪ ¡Atención estudiantes del grado 12! Solo te quedan unas pocas semanas para entregar tu retrato para el anu
  • DAILY BULLETIN Thursday, December 13, 2018
    GENERAL ▪ Attention Seniors! You have only a few weeks left to turn in your senior portrait. All the information is in
  • ANUNCIOS Jueves, 13 de diciembre, 2018
    GENERAL ▪ ¡Atención estudiantes del grado 12! Solo te quedan unas pocas semanas para entregar tu retrato para el anu
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    Nayeli Vasquez
    So my name is Nayeli, I’m a senior this year. The meaning of my name is “I love you”. This year it my first year i
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    Brittany Colin
    Hi! My name is Brittany Colin, I am a Junior at Santa Maria High. This is my first year in Journalism. I choose this cla
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    Austin Peinado
    Hey, everyone! My name is Austin Peinado. I’m currently a senior at SMHS. This is my first year in yearbook and I&

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