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New Pasadena Boarding School on Former University Campus Submits Plans for Demolitions

Pasadena’s Design Commission on Tuesday will hear plans by Education First, the Switzerland-based international education company that recently bought the former William Carey International University property in the north-central area of Pasadena, to start demolishing structures on the campus and build a new dormitory for what is going to be known as EF Academy International Boarding Schools Pasadena. EF Academy will be an international boarding…

Pasadena’s New Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Announces Senior Leadership Team

Top Left to Right: Carla Lupi, Maureen T. Connelly, Anne Eacker, Michael Kanter, Lindia J. Willies-Jacobo, Elizabeth McGlynn; Bottom Left to Right: Paul Chung, Abbas Hyderi, José M. Barral, Walter Harris, Walter D. Conwell The…

Erika Endrijonas Named Sixteenth Superintendent/President of Pasadena City College

In the culmination of an exhaustive nationwide search, the Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Area Community College District has selected Erika A. Endrijonas, Ph.D., as the district’s next superintendent/president. Endrijonas, who is currently president…

Pasadena Waldorf Names Jena L. Hoffman New Business Administrator

Jena L. Hoffman, PWS Business Administrator The Pasadena Waldorf School (PWS) Board of Trustees is pleased to introduce Jena L. Hoffman as the school’s new Business Administrator. Ms. Hoffman was hired after an extensive national…

City Council Puts Off Discussion of Sharing Sales Tax with Pasadena Unified at Tonight’s Meeting

The Pasadena City Council will not discuss sharing Measure J tax revenues with Pasadena Unified at Monday night’s Council meeting as previously expected because the School Board has achieved its financial target and there is…

Fuller Theological Seminary Campus Moves Closer to Having New Owners

A number of potential buyers and their bids for the Fuller Theological Seminary campus, which went up for sale in May, are actively being considered by Fuller administration as the campus moves closer to divestiture.…

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Pasadena Chamber Helps Bring Career Experience to Pasadena Unified’s Marshall High Students

During the fall semester, the Pasadena Chamber and its members helped facilitate an opportunity for the Marshall Fundamental High School Academy for Creative Industries (ACI)…

Maranatha High School, Azusa Pacific University Partner to Offer Guaranteed Admission and $10,000 Scholarships

Maranatha students pose with Head of School Dr. Steven Sherman (center left) and President Jon R. Wallace. Maranatha High School in Pasadena is partnering with…

ArtCenter Offers Courses Online; Rosemarie Piccioni Named First-Ever Associate Provost of Online Education

After a comprehensive search, ArtCenter College of Design has named Rosemarie Piccioni as its first-ever associate provost of online education. Photo credit: © ArtCenter College…

Pasadena Unified Moves Forward with District Headquarters Property Exchange

The Pasadena Unified School District has officially issued a Request for Qualifications from parties or persons interested in acquiring the District’s headquarters through a property…

City Council Tested by School District’s Fast-Approaching Deadline

Pasadena Unified School Board Member Patrick Cahalan addresses the Pasadena City Council on Monday, November 19, 2018. [Updated] Rarely have the differences between the management styles of the Pasadena City Council and the Pasadena Unified School District Board been more apparent than at Monday night’s Council discussion of the District’s financial predicament and how the Council can help when implementing Measure J. The Council’s typically ponderous and thorough approach is being tested by the District’s fast-approaching December 17 deadline with Los Angeles County to produce a satisfactory budget or submit to a fiscal takeover by the County. “Their deadline,” Councilmember Steve…

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