EVENTS

Pasadena Education Network Presents “Choosing an Elementary School”

Having options is great – and sometimes stressful. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all your elementary school choices or just want to learn more about…

Immaculate Heart High School Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Among the performances, junior Priscilla Hidago danced Jalisco folklorico. Immaculate Heart High School’s Latinas Unidas club kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month last week with a…

Frostig School’s Transition Team Hosts Breakfast Celebrating Start of Senior Year

Saint Elizabeth School’s Back to School BBQ in Pictures

Valentine Fall Fair is on Sunday, October 2


 


FOCUS ON LEARNING

St. Rita School’s Technology Class Took a Trip Around the World

St. Rita School’s technology class took a trip around the world today! They officially became explorers and made their way through Paris, Italy, Egypt and…

Flintridge Prep 7th Graders Goes on a Camping Trip

Flintridge Prep 7th graders’ trip has gotten off to a great start. The campsite at El Capitan is picturesque! It overlooks the ocean, and the…

Barnhart 7th Graders – Who Started the Rumble in “The Outsiders”?

French Language Arts at Eliot Arts Magnet

Aveson Charter Schools: Learning Economics with Ms Patton


 

 


THE ARTS

Waldorf School First Graders Learn the Quality of Numbers through Native American Stories

Click on image to enlarge Waldorf School First graders are learning the quality of numbers through Native American stories. Crow is a young man from…

PTA Reflections Art Program Call for Entries “Show Your Voice”

Does your student enjoy art, music, and dance or have an interest in writing, producing films, and taking photos? Then encourage them to join National…

Poly’s Fourth-Grade Strings Back in Full Swing

Poly’s fourth-grade Strings program had a very special first this year before school even officially began. In the week preceding the opening of Lower School,…

St. Rita School: Music is the Key to Creativity!

 St. Rita School’s TK class attended their first Music class of the year on Friday, September 2! They loved meeting Mr. Augustynski and the…

Pasadena High School’s VADA 10th Graders: Basic Shapes, Light and Shadows

Click on image to enlarge Basic shapes, light, and shadow with Pasadena High School’s VADA 10th grade and color theory and mixing with seniors. “We…

Maranatha High School Theater Department Presents “Steel Magnolias”

Maranatha High School’s Arts Department is proud to present Robert Harling’s true-life story play “Steel Magnolias.” There’s nothing better than seeing top-notch talent and no…

Sequoyah Students and Alums’ Mural Making with NY Artist Eugene O’Neil

Creating Incredible ArtWorks at CAMAD Summer Bridge

Ramona Art Students Earn Top AP Scores

James Gomez Explores Pottery Through Poly Visual Art



SCHOOL NEWS

Caltech’s New Head of Women’s Basketball Visit St. Gregory A. & M. Hovsepian School

St. Gregory A. & M. Hovsepian School (SGAMH) had an amazing visitor yesterday! Coach Annie Tarakchian, the newly named head women’s basketball coach at CalTech! SGAMH is honored to hear her interests, her successes, and…

Washington Middle School Is Officially Renamed for Renowned Pasadena Science Fiction Writer, Octavia E. Butler

OEB renaming group photo [Photo courtesy Pasadena Unified School District]   One Pasadena Unified middle school is proving that a name can have meaning and that change can be a good thing. From now on,…

Alverno Heights Academy Upper School Students Take the Oath of Office

Alverno Heights Academy Upper School student leaders took their official oath of office at Wednesday’s Inauguration Ceremony in the presence of their parents, teachers and fellow students. Rather than the traditional “Associated Student Body” model,…

Marshall Fundamental Secondary School Students Recognized by College Board for National Recognition Programs

John Marshall Fundamental Secondary School students are being recognized by the College Board for National Recognition Programs, The National African American Recognition Program and the National Hispanic Recognition Program. The Award Academic honor students who…

100 Volunteers from LA Dodgers Foundation Visit John Muir Early College Magnet

 PUSD can’t thank you enough DODGERS! PUSD made a video to show these amazing 100 volunteers from the LA Dodgers Foundation, how grateful they are for their “Day of Service” at John Muir High…

 


SPORTS

St. Francis High School Varsity Football Team takes out Muir, 41-0

The St. Francis High School (La Cañada, CA) varsity football team won Friday’s home non-conference game against John Muir High School (Pasadena, CA) by a…

La Cañada Girls Varsity Volleyball Team beats Temple City, 3-0

The La Cañada High School Girls Varsity Volleyball team won Thursday’s home conference match against Temple City (CA) by a score of 3-0. Chloe Nussbaum…

Holy Family School Varsity Flag Football Team Win First Place at Cantwell Sacred Heart Tournament

Holy Family School congratulate its Varsity Flag Football Team for their first place win at the Cantwell Sacred Heart Tournament this weekend. It was a…

Pasadena High School Girls Freshman Volleyball Team beat Burbank, 17-15

On Tuesday, September 13, the Pasadena High School Freshman volleyball team won their away non-conference match against Burbank (CA) by a score of 17-15. Congratulations…



ACADEMICS

South Pasadena Middle School Awarded 2022 National Blue Ribbon Honor

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona has announced 297 schools, including South Pasadena Middle School (SPMS), as 2022 National Blue Ribbon Schools. The recognition is…

PUSD Students Earned College Board National Recognition

Blair students Auden Perez, Hadrian Huidor, Minal Saldivar, and Milan Walker Several PUSD students can go ahead and pat themselves on the back for earning…

Ramona Convent Teacher Wins Shell Science Lab Regional Challenge

“Mrs. Aulikki Flagan, Science Teacher, is shown above working with senior Engineering students Miranda and Madison on a pinhole camera. Upon completion of the project,…

South Pasadena High School 2023 National Merit Semifinalists

On September 14, 2022, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. SPHS semifinalists join approximately 16,000…


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