EVENTS

Christian College Fair to be Held at Maranatha

Representatives from Christian colleges and universities from all across the country will be at Maranatha next week Monday, October 25, 2021, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00…

St. Philip the Apostle School: What A Fantastic Fall Fest Celebration!

 St. Philip the Apostle School’s recent celebration of its Fall Fest was a day like no other! So many wonderful activities like the Pumpkin…

Sequoyah School: Honoring and Celebrating Indigenous and Native People’s Contributions to World Culture

Ramona Convent Secondary School’s Halloween Movie Night is on Oct 29!

There’s a Lot of School Spirit on Maranatha Campus this Homecoming Week!



FOCUS ON LEARNING

St. Rita School’s TK, Kindergarten and First Graders on their First Field Trip Off Campus

WaybackWednesday to last week when St. Rita School’s TK, Kindergarten and 1st grade classes ventured off on their first field trip (off campus) this school…

Spook-tacular Books For Kids To Enjoy This Fall Season!

The books we have selected for October reading speak to the ‘scary’ season prevalent in many cultures, with tales of ghosts, graveyards and zombies, and…

Assumption 4th Graders’ Lessons on the Eye

From Loofahs to Prolific Fruit Trees: Growing Willard’s Orchard

St. Philip the Apostle School Welcome Families and Students back to School in Person


 

 


THE ARTS

Barnhart Fifth Graders Read “Small Spaces”

Barnhart Fifth graders read the novel, “Small Spaces”. As a culminating activity, they did an escape room that excluded problems about vocabulary, character traits, and…

“Building Bridges and Championing Art in Our Community”

“Refugee. Brave. Strong. Survivor. ~ Tito Chilel Niz, Blair High School Student” Recently Blair High School’s International Academy students studied with writer/visual artist Sehba Sarwar…

Flintridge Prep’s Ninth Grade Photography Students Creates Pinhole Cameras Out of Cardboards

Flintridge Prep’s Ninth grade photography students in Tim Bradley’s class created pinhole cameras out of cardboard and designed their own unique “surrogate eye” to decorate…

Anatomy Sessions with Visual Arts and Design Academy

Its that time of year! Anatomy sessions with Visual Arts and Design Academy (VADA)’s resident skeleton “Vincent Van Bohn”. VADA seniors are just getting started…

Visual and Performing Arts at St. Francis High School

A true Christian gentleman is a well-rounded person, not only academically developed, but also graced with an appreciation of the arts. To achieve this, each…

Music and Performing Arts at Barnhart

Barnhart’s Elementary music is a very dynamic class! Students use Boomwhackers, assessments, videos, and more to learn to follow rhythms and to learn musical notes!…

Chandler Celebrates National Comic Book Day

Hexagon Art Projects at Westridge and Marymount Emphasize the Value of Interdependence

La Salle Arts Program: Working on Clay Textiles

Valentine Elementary School PTA Presents Reflections 2021 Themed “I Will Change the World”



SCHOOL NEWS

Alverno Haunted Heights’ “Halloween Fright Night”

Click on flyer to enlarge   Join Alverno Heights Academy (AHA) for a Spooktacular Haunted Drive Thru on October 29, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.. There will be Spooky, Frightening Scenes, and of course A…

Pasadena High School Bulldogs Band and Color Guard Places 4th at SCSBOA Royal Field Tournament

The Pride of Pasadena High School Bulldogs Band and Color Guard got 4th place at the Southern California School Band & Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) Royal Field Tournament this past weekend in their first competition in…

Westridge Speech and Debate Team Starts the Season on a High Note

Speech and debate season is off and running and Westridge Middle and Upper School students made a strong showing at two top competitions in recent weeks—the Yale Tournament, one of the biggest and most competitive…

Ramona Convent President Receives Cesar Chavez Legacy Award

Sr. Kathleen shown at a pre-Covid homecoming event for alumnae of Ramona Convent.   Ramona is proud to announce that President Sister Kathleen Callaway was one the recipients of the 2021 Cesar Chavez Legacy Award.…

Clairbourn Admission for the 2022-2023 School Year is Now Open!

Clairbourn Admissions for the 2022-2023 school year is now OPEN! Clairbourn’s Director of Enrollment Management Dr. Marianne Ryan is available to help you with your questions, scheduling of a virtual tour, and anything else you…


SPORTS

St. Elizabeth’s Spartans Participate in First Cross Country Invitational

It was a beautiful day for the first Cross Country Invitational recently! Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Parish School Spartan’s ran extraordinary races throughout the morning…

Poly Girls Varsity Volleyball Team beats Providence, 3-0

Poly’s win over Providence High School in straight sets secures the Panthers the title of Prep League Champions for the third consecutive season. They now…

La Salle beats Mary Star of the Sea, 33-14

La Salle College Preparatory varsity football team won their home conference game against Mary Star of the Sea (San Pedro, CA) by a score of…

John Muir beats Crescenta Valley, 34-21

John Muir High School varsity football team won their away conference game against Crescenta Valley High School (La Crescenta, CA) by a score of 34-21.…


COMMUNITY SERVICE

Blair High School Recognizes 14 Students for being Risk Takers

Blair High School recognizes 14 students who were nominated for being a Risk Taker in the month of September. As risk takers these students approach…


ACADEMICS

South Pasadena High School Outstanding Educators

Click on image to enlarge   South Pasadena High School congratulates counselor Tracy Ishimaru and art teacher Aimee Levie-Hultman, both from South Pasadena High School…

Polytechnic School: A Simple Design Challenge

Students in Poly’s engineering class recently participated in a simple design challenge. The task was to build the tallest freestanding tower they could in 18…

The Nancy Scott Scholarship for Blair High School

Chanler Saucier. Photo courtesy Pasadena Educational Foundation   “Kids are constantly told that education is important; so when they see others caring for them in…

SPUSD Hosts Professional Development Day

Click on image to enlarge   The students were away, but schools were abuzz with activities on October 4, 2021 during professional development day for…


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