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Dana Hills High School

Capistrano Unified School District

Contact us: (949) 496-6666

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Stand Up to Cancer                  Home Football Game            October 19, 7:00p.m.

We have all known someone who has battled, is battling, or is a survivor of cancer. Please join us on Friday, October 19 at Dana Hills High School, as the ASU of Dana Hills and the ASB of San Juan Hills join together to recognize and support the ones we love and the ones we have lost to cancer. Our goal is to raise $1,000 in addition to recognizing those we love. Gates open at 6:00pm and we encourage everyone in attendance to come take a placard and a cancer awareness ribbon from the tables just inside the front gates. Write the name of the person you are supporting and wear the ribbon in their honor. We are also asking the all fans in attendance wear a white shirt so that our ribbons stand out and we stand in unity against cancer. At the end of the first quarter, we will hold our ceremony, and Stand Up to Cancer while recognizing the names on the placards.

In addition, we will be taking donations for Stand Up to Cancer at the registration table or you may go to StandUpToCancer.org to donate online with your credit card.  Again, our goal at this initial event is to raise $1,000. We thank you for the support.

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Dana Hills High School exemplifies a commitment to a challenging and comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for the world beyond high school.  Located near the ocean in picturesque Dana Point, the school opened in 1973 and currently has an enrollment of nearly 2600 students in grades 9-12.  The community is composed of a majority of families with parents who are college graduates employed in professional and semi-professional occupations.  The mission of Dana Hills High School is to provide a safe, supportive, stimulating, and creative educational environment; high academic standards; respect for diversity; and an emphasis on learning, life skills, personal accountability, and problem solving in collaboration with parents and the community.