International News - Mater Dei High School
MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL
What are the international students up to?
Vol. I, No. 2
Getting Extra Help With Our
Students have the opportunity to meet with our
teachers for extra help. Encourage them to take
these opportunities to receive small group and
World History (Mr. Martin) - Every Tuesday
morning @ 7:30am - 8:30am in Room 210
English/Religion/Misc (Sister Marie) - Every
Wednesday Morning @ 8am - 8:45am in Library
Students from grades 9 through 11
participated in a day of testing on
October 17. 9th graders took the EXPLORE
test, 10th graders took the PLAN test, and
11th graders took the PSAT.
DATES TO REMEMBER
While these tests do not affect grades, it is
important that students try their best, as they
allow us to see how they are doing academically. In addition,11th graders are eligible to
receive scholarships if they receive high
scores on the PSATs. Students who score in
the top 1% receive the National Merit
These tests help students prepare for future
standardized tests such as the SATs, ACTs,
and APs, in which colleges require when
students begin applying.
Official Progress Reports
Accessible Through Aeries
All School Mass (All Saints Day)
All School Spirit Rally
MD Varsity Football Game at
Angel Stadium (vs. Servite)
Nov. 15 Visit Day - 7th & 8th Graders
Nov. 16 No School
Project: Discourse West Side
No School (Thanksgiving
On October 7, 38 students attended their first-ever Mater Dei Homestay Families:
Regularly check your student’s grades,
Homecoming Dance! The theme for the dance was
classwork, and attendance using the
“A Night in Wonderland.”
Aeries portal. Find information and
At Mater Dei, homecoming is a week-long celebration.
troubleshooting help at the Aeries website.
The week before the dance, the student body dresses up
in different costumes such as Tacky Tourists, Westerners,
Visit the Home Stay Discussion Board at
Decade Dress, to name a few. They also enjoyed a carnival www.materdei.org/homestay. Keep in touch
with other home stay families, plan events,
and lunch from gourmet food trucks!
and share your experiences with each other!
Mater Dei High School in the Diocese of Orange, mindful of its mission to be witness to the love of Christ for all, believes every
person, as a child of God, regardless of race, condition, or age, has equal dignity and an inalienable right to an education. Therefore,
no qualified student will be denied admission to this school on the basis of sex, race, color, or national origin.