Sequoyah’s “Nest” Celebrate End of the Year in Spanish Class

Sequoyah’s “The Nest” celebrated the end of the year in Spanish class with “La merienda Latinoamericana”. Children tried different Snack foods from different countries and practiced sharing their preferences with their friends in Spanish. ¿Te gusta o no te gusta? (You like it or not?). Sequoyah School is an independent K-12 day school in Pasadena, California offering an innovative college-preparatory curriculum in a student-centered, experiential,…

Student Life at St. Elizabeth Parish School

Musical Theatre ​Under the guidance of Kathy Jordan and Lisa Bennett, St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School Junior High students produce two shows a year: a Christmas Play and a full-length Spring Musical each year.…

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Teachers are Ready for Summer Break

Who’s ready for a summer break? Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (ABVM) teachers are! The Teachers enjoyed a rousing dinner along with the day’s fare at El Portal Restaurant who’s known for their family…

Holy Family School’s Beach Buddy Day

For over 20 years Mrs. Sue Arnold has orchestrated Holy Family School’s Beach Buddy Day. Students enjoy beach/Hawaiian attire, snacks, games, bubbles, etc. with their school family buddies. Such a fun day in our last…

PEF: “Supporting Our Schools Makes a Real Impact”

Pasadena Educational Foundation (PEF) harnesses the power of its committed community to help to raise between $12 and $15 million dollars a year for the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD). Those funds include large government…

Westridge 6th Grade Recognition Ceremony

Look out for the new middle schoolers in town: Westridge School’s Class of 2028! During the 6th Grade Recognition Ceremony in the Alumnae Courtyard Friday, students recited original “Where I’m From” poems (inspired by George…