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Holy Family School Starts Distance Learning

Holy Family School starts its alternative arrangements for their student’s remote learning/distance learning yesterday to lower the level of overall coronavirus risk for students and at the same time ensure their education is not disrupted. “These are challenges ahead of us, but we are a Community of Faith, we are a Community of KNIGHTS & nothing stops us! Do not let what you CANNOT do,…

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Hamilton Elementary School Celebrates Read Across America

Hamilton Elementary School join schools across the country and celebrate the nation’s diversity through NEA’s Read Across America program. Read Across America is an annual…

Maranatha Science Club SeaPerch Teams Win Seven Trophies in LA Regional Underwater Robotics Competition

img_5557-740 (L to R): Back Row – Peter Otoshi, Timothy Chen, David Minassian, and Neo Mao. (L to R): Front Row – John Zhang, Allison Chang, Samantha Wu, Ethan Coe-Renner, Dorothy Chen, Joshua Kim, and Isaac Lee. The Maranatha High School Science Club SeaPerch Underwater Robot…

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Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s Speech and Debate Team Participates in SCDL State’s Qualifying Tournament

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy is proud of its students who competed in the most recent speech events at Southern California Debate League (SCDL) – the…

Arroyo Pacific’s Full Accreditation Reaffirmed by WASC

apa03022020-740 The 2019-2020 academic year has special significance as Arroyo Pacific Academy’s Middle School and High School successfully completed the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) self-study with the reaffirmation of our six year accreditation. This process is an important part of our on-going efforts…

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Maranatha Seniors Named National Merit Scholar Finalists

(L to R) Head of School John Rouse, Sara Wu, Samantha Wu, and Justin Purnomo Maranatha High School recognized three outstanding seniors, Justin Purnomo, Samantha…

Holy Family Knights Academic Decathlon Team Scrimmage with Several Local Schools

hfs02192020-1st-740 Holy Family School’s (HFS)’ talented Academic Decathlon Knights had a scrimmage Saturday, February 8 with 3 other schools. They did great: • 1st Place Overall • 1st place in Logic • Tied for 1st place in Super Quiz • 1st place individual in Social Studies,…

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Sequoyah School Participate in Compton Debate Tournament

Sequoyah School congratulates its Debate Team on their strong showing at the Compton Tournament held on Saturday, February 15 at Compton High School, Compton. The…

Maranatha Students Participate in 2020 Regional Science Olympiad

scienceolympiad-740 (Standing – L to R): Joshua Kim, Abel Wang, Ian Cho, Timothy Chen, Sean Tang, Peter Otoshi, Tiger Pan, Jerry Zhang, Victor Wu, Zachary Kriebs, Isaac Lee, Joshua Li, Remus Tang, James Wang, Jordan Miao, Daniel Wu, John Zhang, Mr. Dan Newkirk, David Wang, Victor…

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Peeking at the Real World

It’s been a busy week for students at John Muir High School Early College Magnet’s Engineering and Environmental Science Academy (EESA). More than 200 EESA students are one step closer to beginning careers in the engineering world, as representatives of more than a dozen local businesses have descended on the Pasadena Campus for “Engineering Week,” which runs through Friday ,to discuss a wide range of career opportunities for students with engineering and STEM degrees. Participating businesses include Northrop Grumman, Pankow Builders, Parsons, TetraTech, and the US Forest Service. Career orientation events are extremely helpful to EESA students in expanding their…

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