Good job! It looks like you are planning ahead. This gives you an advantage over other high school students who are hoping to land a summer job but waiting until school is out. The majority of employers will have begun looking for summer help by late April or early May in order to get schedules, budgets, and training in order. At the same time, some businesses hire a large number of seasonal employees (summer camps, theme parks, etc;) so they may have started looking before even before Christmas. By starting the job search process early, you have the opportunity to practice job hunting skills like filling out applications, creating a resume, and answering interview questions. Another benefit of looking now is that you can easily ask a teacher, counselor, coach or other school employee to give you a character reference. This may become more difficult if you wait until school is out.