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What is Summer Brain Drain, and How Do You Prevent It?

While your kids may look forward to summer and not having to worry about school or homework for a few months, a summer completely free of learning may set them back. On average, students lose between two and three months of math and reading skills in the summer. Fortunately, there are some simple ways that you can prevent your children from falling behind their peers…

WS 02-20-2018
Happy Lunar New Year from Westridge School

In celebration of the Lunar New Year, Westridge Lower Schoolers put together a very special performance! Lion and dragon dances are traditional art forms believed…

Immaculate Heart High School Observes Ash Wednesday

Immaculate Heart High School 2-15-2018 pics01 Click to enlarge Immaculate Heart observed Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season yesterday with prayer services at both the middle school and the high school. This year, Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day for the first time since 1945. The confluence of…

PUSD02-13-2018
PUSD: African American History Month

Pasadena Unified celebrates National African American History Month with school and classroom activities! The Pasadena Unified Board of Education adopted a resolution in recognition of…

St. Francis High School Alumni Spotlight: Chris Provenzano ’07

IMG_2996pics01 Chris with his fellow St. Francis grads who came out to support him at this year's Distinguish Alumnus Award presentation. The St. Francis Family was honored to welcome Chris Provenzano ’07 back on campus Tuesday night and present him with this year’s Distinguished Alumnus Award.…

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Sequoyah School: “What are Progressive Schools?”

Photo courtesy Sequoyah School Many schools offer programs that are informed by progressive principles of education that were first articulated in the late 19th century…

Immaculate Heart Recognizes Catholic Schools Week

IHHS 02-06-2018 pics01 Holy Family Church’s Father Marlon Mateo presided over IHHS’ Ring Ceremony mass. Last week, Immaculate Heart High School observed Catholic Schools Week, anchoring the week-long celebration of IHHS’ identity and values with the Junior Ring Ceremony. The Ring Ceremony is a longstanding Immaculate Heart tradition…

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Ellis de Jardin Explains Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s Renaissance Club

The Renaissance Leadership Organization is a nationally recognized program— thousands of schools all across the nation have incorporated the Renaissance values and programs into their…

Immaculate Heart High School “Ruffing Up” Shakespeare

IHHS Shakespeare Photo #2 740 To launch the semester class, students formed a Shakespearean theatre company, which they dubbed the “Immaculata Royales of the Order of the Rose,” shown here with Instructor Callie Webb. Immaculate Heart High School seniors in English teacher Callie Webb’s “Shakespeare” class got “ruffed up” for…

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Assumption Celebrates Clergy Day

Click to enlarge As part of Catholic Schools Week, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School honored their pastor, Father Gerard O’Brien, with a special painting that was done by student artist, Alexandra Mullis. All the students in the school signed the border of the beautiful painting as part of their well-wishes for their pastor. Father Gerard will be heading to a new assignment in July. The students hope this gift will be a friendly reminder of their love for him as he travels to his new home. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School, 2660 E. Orange Grove Blvd.,…

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