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Westridge School Explore Topics Related to Soil

Tuesday, May 19 kicked off a two-week soil unit in Westridge School’s 7th Grade where English, history, math, and science classes jointly explore topics related to soil. Today, the girls were at Arlington Gardens and collected soil samples and set up bacterial cultures in their Petri dishes. Westridge School, 324 Madeline Drive, Pasadena, (626) 799-1053 ext. 200 or visit www.westridge.org.  

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Weizmann School Reinvents the Bygone Field Trip with Weekly Experiential Learning Expeditions

Weizmann Students get hands-on learning about our judicial system at the Los Angeles Federal Court House Weizmann Students (L-R) Nathan S. and Alec W. help…

La Salle Science at the Assistance League of Pasadena, Very Important Performers Luncheon

La Salle High School 5-14-2015 pics01 La Salle High School Honors Chemistry students, Kinsley Washington, Phillip Ibarra, Phillip Krings, Audrey Sayer and Noeh Sonnenberg, demonstrated chemistry experiments at the Assistance League of Pasadena, Very Important Performers Luncheon. The luncheon is held twice annually to honor twenty one Pasadena Unified School District…

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The Joy of Science

Science comes alive everyday at San Gabriel Christian School. Mr. Atwater teaches 6th and 7th grade science where students are taught all about the world…

UWest to Speak at the Mindfulness and Compassion 2015 Conference

University-of-the-West 4-30-2015 pics01 How does contemplative practice contribute to the betterment of mankind? How does it answer quintessential human questions? These are some of the key questions to be addressed in the upcoming Mindfulness and Compassion 2015: The Art and Science of Contemplative Practice at the San Francisco…

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Pasadena High School Students Travel to Hiroshima, Japan to Present at Nuclear Disarmament Conference

Students and staff from Japan, Russia and USA who participated in the 2015 Critical Issues Forum in Hiroshima Japan PHS Assistant Principal Andrew King, PHS…

Polytechnic School: Building Rome (Not in a Day)

Poly 4-15-2015 1st pics01 Polytechnic School’s Sixth grade students gave tours of Ancient Rome this week. The project, which evolved over about a month’s time, included constructing all the major buildings of Ancient Rome circa 300 AD. Students used their math skills to build to scale, wrote papers about…

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St. Francis High School Faculty Participates in Technology-in-Service Workshop

The faculty at St. Francis High School recently spent the day after quarterfinals participating in a technology in-service. Our teachers are committed to learning more…

Blair High and Middle School Freshmen Participates in Leadership Conference

PUSD 3-17-2015 740px This morning Freshmen at Blair High and Middle School – An IB World School are participating in a leadership conference with Juniors as peer leaders. Collaboration and positive peer-peer relationships build a culture of respect on campus. Blair High School, 1201 South Marengo Avenue, Pasadena,…

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Polytechnic School’s Global Scholar Program

As part of Poly’s Global Scholars program, Alex V. ’15 recently taught seventh grade World Geography and Cultures students about the Southeast Asian geography, history and culture. He shared particular insights on the Cambodian Genocide and the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Polytechnic School, 1030 E. California Blvd., Pasadena, (626) 396-6300 or visit www.polytechnic.org.    

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