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Mayfield Junior School: Professional Development Spotlight – Learning from Each Other

Throughout the school year and during the summer months, MJS faculty and staff fully embrace the abundant opportunities for professional development. Whether webinar, single day conference or multi-day institute, our teachers never stop learning. Last year under the leadership of Professional Development Coordinator Nicole Wirth, the faculty and staff began a new professional development series called ‘Keep Calm and Learn Something New.’ Drawing from the…

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Bosco Tech Dedicates Refurbished Iconic Flagpole in Honor of Alumni Veterans

Members of the Bosco Tech family assembled on the school steps on Nov. 13 to dedicate the campus’ newly refurbished flagpole in honor of all…

Immaculate Heart Makes a Splash with the Fish Project

IHHS Fish Photo #2 pics01 Students prepare to take their regular readings of water quality and fish behavior. For over 10 years, Immaculate Heart High School Biology and Honors Biology students have been taking part in “the fish project”—a tradition that’s still going strong today with science teacher Stacie Miller’s…

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Idyllwild Arts: Something Special

Harry Trantham did his senior year of high school near Hamburg. Later, as a major in German Literature and International Studies at the University of…

An Indoor Halloween Parade at The Gooden School

TGS 11-2-2017 1st pics01 The Gooden School students rallied on a rainy day for an indoor Halloween parade! A good day was had by all, one of the favorites on the school calendar. Click here to view more photos of the event. The Gooden School, 192 N. Baldwin Ave.,…

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California Credit Union Showcases Blair High School Jazz Band During Pasadena Member Appreciation Week

California Credit Union celebrated its new Pasadena branch location with a Member Appreciation Week featuring a special musical performance by the Blair High School Jazz…

Medieval Times Comes to Maranatha During the Tournament of Love

large_news912672_913614pics01 The Tournament of Love, which began at Maranatha in 2013, is a week-long competition where Lady Knights (senior girls) fight for the right to court gentlemen (senior boys), by displaying their understanding of courtly love and chivalry. Maranatha English teacher Kristen Johansen explains, “I wanted…

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High Point Students Discover Beauty in Disability

It’s not always easy to teach children to look beyond disability and disfigurement to the beauty and strength that resides within. Yet, on October 20,…

Idyllwild Arts: Dedicated to Peace

Idyllwild Arts Dedicated to Peace As the Second World War ended, Max and Bee Krone believed the arts could help people relate to each other on a level deeper than that of nationalism. They pictured their creation, Idyllwild Arts, as a peaceful place for people from around the world to…

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Idyllwild Arts: Musical Chair

I came to Idyllwild Arts Academy in 2015 to find a Music Department full of outstanding teachers and students. But the department had grown unwieldy, and there was need for a little reshaping so that all the talent and ambition would be best served. Our concentrations still include Orchestra, Piano, Jazz Instrumental, and Songwriting. But we’ve combined classical voice and jazz voice into a single Voice concentration. Weekly, each Voice student has a private lesson in classical voice and another in jazz voice. At this age your voice hasn’t developed enough for you to know your best genre. High-school-age singers…

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