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Marshall Fundamental: Attention… Potential Mandarin Language Class

Next year, Marshall potentially will offer Mandarin as Word Language elective. This is contingent on there being enough student interest and recruiting and hiring a qualified Mandarin teacher. If your child is interested in taking Mandarin next year as an elective, please email Ms. Rizzo (rizzosmith.sandra@pusd.us). Marshall Fundamental School will keep you informed if there is enough interest and a teacher is hired. Spread the…

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Westridge School College Matriculation Update: Oh the Places the Class of 2017 Could and Will Go

The 75 members of Westridge School’s Class of 2017 recently unveiled the 44 different colleges or universities they will be attending this fall during last…

Alverno Summer Institute and Summer Conservatory for Middle School Girls is in Full Swing

AHA 7-7-2017 pics01 Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean that the learning at Alverno Heights Academy stops! The Alverno Summer Institute and Summer Conservatory for Middle School Girls are in full swing with students on campus each day learning something new and having fun while doing so! Last…

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Sierra Madre Middle School: Are You Ready for Seventh Grade?

All 7th grade students in public schools need to provide proof of the whooping cough (Tdap) immunization. Students who do not have proof of this…

St. Andrew Catholic School Book Exchange

SACS 6-30-2017 1st pics01 St. Andrew Catholic School held a Book Exchange recently for its students’ new reading for Summer Vacation! Statistics have shown, that students who read during school breaks build and retain their personal reading skills and enhance their writing abilities. St. Andrew Catholic School encourage all…

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High Point Academy Students Hired to Build a Robot for a Commercial

High Point Academy’s Henry and Oliver Atkinson plus others on a robotics team aptly named “Syntax Error” were recently hired to build a robot for…

Ramona Convent Secondary School Students: Educated for Life

RCSS 6-16-2017 pics01 At Ramona, the college preparation and selection process is a personal four-year journey of exploration, self discovery, hard work, and growth. Join Ramona Convent as it celebrates the Class of 2017, their accomplishments, their journey, and their future. RCSS have empowered them to prepare for…

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Alverno Heights Suggested Summer Reading for Girls Ranging from Kindergarten through 12th Grade

As a member of the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools, Alverno Heights Academy (AHA) is provided with access to a wide range of resources and…

Idyllwild Arts: Not Rocket Science: Writing the College Essay

Untitledpics01 The college essay’s importance is suggested by the fact that some high school composition instructors spend weeks teaching it. That’s for two pages of writing that requires no research and doesn’t need to be a literary masterpiece. Without trying to fool themselves into thinking that…

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Prestigious Universities and Colleges Acceptances for San Marino High School’s Class of 2017

San Marino Unified School District is pleased to announce that San Marino High School’s Class of 2017 had an extremely successful year of college acceptances. The senior class of just 271 students received over 1180 acceptances from 252 different colleges and universities. The schools are located throughout the United States, Europe (France, Switzerland, England, Spain), China, and the Middle East. By any standard, the Class of 2017 is an impressive group of students. SMHS students were highly sought after by the Ivy League schools, with 16 acceptances from seven of the eight Ivies: Cornell (4), Dartmouth (3), Columbia (3), University…

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