Clairbourn School: Persist + Adapt = Succeed, A Growth Mindset!

Students at Clairbourn look forward to the Engineering Design Challenge every year where they work on their analytical creative, and problem-solving skills. Students in grades one through eight were given cardboard, foam tubing, craft sticks, index cards, chicken wire, and paper clips to design and construct a marble run that takes the longest and most predictable time for the dropped marble to complete the run.…

Frostig School Celebrates Lunar New Year

Happy Lunar New Year from Frostig! To celebrate Frostig School students learned about the history behind this celebration and created their own wishing tree! With this in mind, Asian Americans across the region are set…

Bethany Fourth Graders Show Off their Mission Reports

Bethany Christian School 4th graders enjoyed showing off their missions reports! The Study of the Early California Missions is part of California’s 4th Grade Curriculum. Most California school districts use this study as the first…

Sequoyah’s Social Innovation Program Students Learn the Process of Rainwater Capture, Purification and Storage

Last Friday, Sequoyah’s Social Innovation Program (SIP) students studying water toured a residential grey water system with Greywater Corp. Staff members Josep Ferrer and Sequoyah alum Ned White walked students through the process of rainwater…

Intro to Mythology at Southwestern Academy

Last semester Southwestern Academy’s Intro to Mythology course used their expertise to craft their very own potions! Using ingredients popular in Greek and Norse myths such as cinnamon, honey, basil, “giants blood”, and other mystical…