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ASTI Schoolwide Announcements

Penny wars is going on this week! I know some of you might be like, “But Jacob, what is Penny Wars?!" Well I’ll tell you, Penny Wars is a contest that happens throughout Spirit Week. Each class gets their own Penny Jar (Located in the office). Your objective as a class is get the most pennys in your class jar to get the most spirit points for your class. If you wanna be real slick, you can sabotage other class’s Penny jars by putting anything other than a penny in their jars. This can include nickels, dimes, quarters, dollar bills, and so on. You may not take out anything out of any of the jars in the office. Your class will be penalized in points accordingly.


Good bee-vening ASTI students! On Thursday, November 3rd Ms. Campbell will be hosting the first round of the annual ASTI spelling bee. Every person in first round has a chance to advance to the second round, and then onto the final round. Whoever makes it through past the final round gets to advance to the Spelling Bee which will be held in the F Building from 1:30-3:00. It will be unBEElievably fun! Honey, comb on down. All participants get a hive five!!!


Red Ribbon week is next week.  Every 15 minutes, someone in the US dies from drug overdose.  We will have lunch time activities to inform everyone of the harmful effects of drugs.  When you get a ribbon, wear it on your clothing or pin it on your backpack to show support!

Here are the activities we have in store:

Monday- Sign a pledge, Get a ribbon!

Tuesday- Let's Change! (Flip coins into jars)

Wednesday- Spin and Perform (How well can YOU do normal tasks?)

Thursday- Drug Trivia

Friday- Tell us what you learned!


11th & 12th graders:  ASTI’s college registration date will be Friday, November 18th.  Ms. Jurkovich will pass out concurrent enrollment forms and course schedule planners to upperclassmen in classes this week.  The Spring 2016 Peralta Schedule of classes will be posted online Monday, October 31st11th graders must turn in their concurrent enrollment forms and course schedule planners to Ms. Jurkovich by Thursday, November 3rd at 3:00pmSeniors must turn in concurrent enrollment forms and schedule planners by Friday, November 4th at 3:00pm.  Students who submit their forms by this deadline will be entered into the enrollment lottery for their place in the enrollment line on the 18th.  Seniors enroll first; juniors enroll second.  Anyone who submits a form after their class deadline will be placed at the back of the enrollment line for their class.  If you need a prerequisite cleared, you must attach a sticky note to your concurrent enrollment form listing the course that you need cleared, along with how you have satisfied your prerequisite (for example, if you plan to take English 5, you would write “English 5, prereq satisfied by English 1A in progress”).  The spring schedule of classes will be available at under the “schedule of classes” link on Monday.


Winter intersession:  11th & 12th graders who would like to take a winter intersession course may register now.  Winter intersession runs from December 19th through January 13th, 2017.  Winter Intersession courses are fast-paced, online courses.  11th & 12th graders may only register for one intersession course at a time.  ASTI does not cover any fees accrued during intersession.  Winter intersession adds units to the Fall 2016 semester; if you are under 11 units but an intersession course takes you over 11, you will be charged for all of your fees, which ASTI does not cover.


9th & 10th graders:  More information will be available in the coming weeks regarding ASTI’s concurrent enrollment policies for your grade level.


Congratulations to Ms. Campbell & Mr. Higashi—they both got their Donors Choose projects fully funded!  Thank you again to everyone who helped!


Who's ready for the first dance of the school year?  The ASTICadabra Magic Dance will take place on October 28th.  We will start selling tickets on Friday, October 14th at lunch in the quad.  The first 12 tickets will be sold for only $1.50.  After that, tickets will be $3 per person or $5 for two people so be sure to get them as soon as possible!  There will be photos and funtastic fondue.  And nothing beats Romeo's DJ'ing!! 


Seniors:  College application workshops will be held in the ASTI computer lab on the following day/times.  If you are unable to attend these workshops due to a college class, see Ms. Jurkovich to schedule an individual appointment to review your applications.

Friday, 11/4 1:00pm—College Application Workshop

Friday, 11/18 3:30-4:30pm—College Application Workshop

ASTI PTSA is putting on a fundraiser selling cookie dough and other delicious desserts!  Order forms will be passed out, so make sure you get one!  Upperclassman who aren't in fourth period can pick up an order form in the office. PTSA would greatly appreciate it if everyone tried to sell at least 10 items.  If this is done then we get FREE SHIPPING!!  Also, you can win prizes based off the amount of prizes you sell. So the more you sell, the more prizes you are eligible for! Contact Mindy Tran or Cameron Kees

College textbooks: If you got your book from a college bookstore this semester, it needs to be barcoded.  Bring it to Ms. Krasky to be barcoded as soon as possible—if Ms. Krasky is unavailable, see Mrs. Corbally.



Dear ASTI Students and Families:


I am writing to remind you that the Alameda Citywide College Fair will take place tonight from 6-8pm in the College of Alameda gym.  All ASTI students and parents/guardians are encouraged to attend the college fair to meet with over 70 college representatives from across the United States.  In addition to the college fair, presentations will be given in the ASTI portables on UC admissions, CSU admissions, financial aid, and the community college transfer pathway.  Check the program in the COA gym for workshop times and room assignments.


I look forward to seeing you this evening!




Kristen Jurkovich

ASTI Counselor


Attention ASTI Students!

Alameda Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) is a small, Early College High School (ECHS) with a community of staff, students, and parents/guardians who are all focused on the shared goal of college-readiness. We believe that high school students can develop content understanding and the academic maturity level required to succeed in college courses while still enrolled in high school. We are proud to be part of the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) and are privileged to be partnered with the College of Alameda (COA) and Peralta Community College District (PCCD).

Our program is committed to ensure ALL students, especially those who are underrepresented, are provided the resources to attain a college degree from the institution of their choice and become responsible, proactive, and empowered global citizens with a life-long love of learning.

ASTI- National Recognition




 ASTI National Blue Ribbon



ASTI Bronze Medal Award


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State Recognition

For the second consecutive year, ASTI has been selected as a STEM Honor Roll School

by California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE). CLICK HERE


ASTI Master Calendar

Alameda Science and Technology Institute (ASTI)

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Vision and Mission


To ensure ALL students, especially those who are underrepresented, are provided the resources to attain a college degree from the institution of their choice and become responsible, proactive, and empowered global citizens with a life-long love of learning.

Mission Statement

ASTI will prepare a diverse population of students for early entrance and successful completion of college by facilitating their development of the required content knowledge, academic skills, leadership experience, and technological proficiency through providing them academic equality, highly qualified teaching, rigorous instruction, and support in setting and attaining individual goals.

Press Releases on ASTI Teachers

Brian Rodriguez- Study of 911

Brian Rodriguez- State Honor

Todd Higashi-nomination

(Share and Comment Positives on Mr. Higashi to support his nomination!)


Graduation Videos for Class of 2015 & Class 0f 2014 ceremonies are available HERE.