MBHS Transcript Requests
- Official/Unofficial Transcripts - See Enrollment & Records.
- Common Application official transcripts will be submitted by your Counselor as part of the Initial and Mid-Year School Report.
- NCAA and NAIA official transcript requests will automatically be uploaded directly to the High School Portal by the Registrar.
Resources available for those in need are provided by:
Contact your MBHS Counselor to be connected with these community resources.
Community Service Award
The Morro Bay High School Community Service Award is based on 80 of documented volunteer hours.
- Click on the Verification of Community Service form to have the organization document your hours of service.
- Click on a list of Organizations that use volunteers.
Student Assistant Programs (SAP)
Voice Through Movement
Is a six week voluntary program exploring, identifying and connecting art with integrative movement. The program focuses on how to decrease one's anxiety and stressors that we endure daily. Studies show that if our personal stressors are not managed in a positive manner, consequences of our personal mental and physical health begin to have side effects.
VTM participants will create two art pieces over the six weeks. Two sessions are about creative expression and self-exploration to discover insightful conclusions about themselves. The other four sessions, will unfold wellness movement related to mindfulness, meditation and yoga. The program is for the participant to develop self-insight using healthy kinetic tools to approach life’s journey in a calmer manner.
Sessions are conducted by MBHS Counselor and Dance Director, Elena Smith
Program established in 2015
Student Enrichment Programs and Opportunities
- College Fly-in and Diversity Programs - College fly-in programs are highly competitive college visitation programs for underrepresented students. Institutions fly students in to stay at their campuses for two or three days, allowing students who might not get a chance to visit otherwise to get a feel for the college and campus. In most cases, the college covers costs including transportation, room, and board or offer to reimburse you for some of your expenses associated with visiting their campus.
- California YMCA Youth and Government - This program offers students throughout the state of California the opportunity to discuss new ideas, meet new friends and provide a platform for their voice to be heard. During this 5-week program, you will become “delegates” and will have the opportunity to participate in one of three program areas. Outside of their program area delegates will meet weekly with their delegations to learn new skills and debate important local issues, connect with their peers at statewide conventions, and hear from exciting guest speakers.
- Camp Kesem - is a unique resource provided by Cal Poly. It is a camp offered to young people whose parents have been diagnosed with cancer. It is open to 30 campers throughout the area. The camp is offered free of charge, and is open to any 6-18 year old who has, or had had, a parent or primary caregiver with cancer. Click here for information and to apply.
- Outside Now - youth connecting with nature. Click here for information.
- Social Impact Mentorships - a three-month program for rising low-income 11th and 12th graders to find mentors, grow their confidence, and give back. Click here for more information - deadline to register is March 31st, 2021.
- EPIC - Engineering Possibilities in College - is a one-week summer camp at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo that introduces campers to the varied fields of engineering through hands-on labs taught by university professors and industry professionals. EPIC provides an opportunity for campers to experience life on a university campus and meet others who share their interests. Click here
- Chicano Latina Youth Leadership Project, Inc. - CLYLP offers several regional institutes throughout California to actively engage students in their nearby communities. The program is aimed at enhancing leadership skills, academic preparation, self-esteem, and cultural awareness of young people. Click here
- Otis Summer of ART - experience a summer program of art and design. Geared for the serious youth artists seeking to strengthen and enhance their art and design skills, as well as students with limited art training, are invited to participate. Click here
- Academy of Art University: Pre-College Art Experience - The Pre-College Art Experience (PCAE) at Academy of Art University is a tuition-FREE art and design education program for high school students.
- SLO Rep Theatre - offers theatre summer camps. Click here for information
- Coding Bootcamps - An alternative to a 'traditional' college degree. These programs teach students in-demand skills within the information technology industry, and they usually cost less than a college degree. These accelerated programs typically last less than a year, getting students into the job market much more quickly than a four-year degree program.
- California Association of School Counselors: Website that provides links to resources for the career-ready student.
Fitness and Health
Everyone knows that regular exercise is good for the body. But exercise is also one of the most effective ways to improve your mental health.
- Staying physically healthy is essential to one's lifestyle. Click here to see activities and camps for youth to maintain a positive outlet in your community.
Need a tutor, check out our list of Community Tutors here. The information on this list has not been screened, approved, sanctioned or recommended by Morro Bay High School. This is information that has been provided to assist parents in obtaining tutoring from individuals or groups who have contacted us and expressed an interest in tutoring. It is the parent’s responsibility to interview, check references, and determine suitability and working conditions for any tutor you may wish to use or hire. Please check with the individual tutor regarding their rates.