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HCC LOGODid you know that available to you there are many sports teams, Hoover clubs, City Heights community programs, Hoover resources, food/market info, health, housing, legal and more programs all listed and sorted in one spot document! “Cardinal One-Stop” is a resource list of Hoover Community Connections & Hoover High School Resources for students, families, and Hoover staff to use as a reference to connect students and families with organizations & resources in City Heights.”

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AFS Avenues for Success is a program at Hoover that provides advising, college and career exposure, community service opportunities, and college persistence support to assist Hoover High School students and alumni as they set education and career goals and identify viable pathways to employment, For more information click here
AFS 550

Cardinals! SDUSD student-athletes wishing to participate in 2024 fall sports must be cleared in Home Campus before the first official day of practice.
More information here:

Tryout Poster

Hoover's Student Week At a Glance (SWAG)
 is intended to provide students, staff, and families with timely information about upcoming events and important announcements for the coming week June 3- June 7. Check back for the first week of school: August 12th Click Here


Transcript Information: Class of 2024
This is the link for Xello instructions

If you have questions about Xello, please contact the Xello Help Desk at 1-800-965-8541 or[email protected]

  • Former students 2018-present can email the registrar, Maria Alvarez @ [email protected]with a copy of a government issued ID to request an electronic transcript until June 25th. 
  • Requests for any student records from 2017 and prior should be submitted via Scribbles. The NSEO department has indicated they are to handle these older requests through Scribbles. Below is the link to Scribbles:

Xello Early Graduates- PowerSchool exit code of 100 or 250 Click Here



Porchlight Community Services serves the San Diego community with healthy food, sustainability education, financial literacy, and more! They have groceries at a lower cost and a free food basket based on availability and low-income guidelines. Go to their website for more information:

During the summer, Feeding San Diego works with sites around the county to provide free summer meals for families that rely on school meals. Some school sites also offer prepared meals, while others provide no-cost groceries. Please check out their website for food distribution close to you or the CalFresh Program this summer: Click Here

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