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Maranatha High School Theater Goes Back Stage at APU

Maranatha High School’s Theater 1-3 courses recently traveled to Azusa Pacific University (APU) to attend a performance of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by their theater company. The purpose of the trip was to introduce beginning level Theater students to Shakespearean theater and to further expose the advanced students to the dynamics of collegiate theater. Maranatha’s Theater Faculty Jeremiah Blessinger said, “I chose to attend…

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South Pasadena High School Parent Teachers Association Presents “Tough Guise 2 – Violence, Manhood & American Culture”

The community is invited to the screening and community discussion of the documentary “Tough Guise 2 – Violence, Manhood & American Culture” on Thursday, November…

Marshall Fundamental Secondary School Prepares for Hispanic Heritage Month

Marshall FSS 10-28-2014 1st pics01 Marshall Fundamental Secondary’s Ms. Aleman’s class working on piñatas as a cultural project for Hispanic Heritage Month. Click here to view more photos. Marshall Fundamental Secondary School, 990 N. Allen Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 396-5810 or visit www.marshallfundamental.org.

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Pasadena’s Jewish, Christian and Muslim Students Celebrate Shared Commitment to Humanity Through Song as Part of 11th Annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days Event

Weizmann Day School, New Horizon School, St. Mark’s School and the Peace and Justice Academy invite the community to attend their 11th annual interfaith Daniel…

Maranatha High School Performing Arts: Songs for a New World Opens October 16!

MHS Songs for a New World pics01 It’s about that one moment; that moment when you hit the wall, when you have to make a choice to go on or turn back. That is what Tony award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs For A New World” is all about. It’s the first…

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Willard Elementary School Students Sing on Soundtrack for Major Motion Picture

Those who stay for the credits at the movies this weekend might hear some local voices. Thanks to the nonprofit Crayon Collection, the Willard Elementary…

Carver Elementary School on Reflections 2014-2015

KLCarver Reflections 2014-2014 10-3-2014 pics01 This Year’s Theme: “The world would be a better place if…” Carver School participates in the annual PTA Reflections, a national arts achievement program for students in grades K-12. Students who are interested may submit one original piece per category in any of the six…

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Spanish III Students at Ramona Creatively Combine Art and Language in the Classroom

Mrs. Norma Jovel’s Spanish III students at Ramona Convent Secondary School experienced a wonderful and creative lesson about the art of Fernando Botero who is…

5th Annual Huntington Middle School Rotary Interact All City Talent Show

Huntington Middle School 9-24-2014 Auditions for the 5th annual All City Talent Show (ACTS) are Friday, Oct. 3, 3-5 PM and Saturday, Oct. 4 10-Noon.  Send YouTube auditions to dwadsworth@smusd.us.  This year’s proceeds benefit the construction of the Veterans Health Center of the Foothills, the first comprehensive care site…

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Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Students Attend First-Ever Dancerpalooza Event

On the weekend of July 25th, FSHA dance teacher Cindy Montoya accompanied seven of her students — Talar Baranian, Sophia Ferrer, Brianna Gandarilla, Claudia Garcia, Mia Love, Nicole Pang and Ally Wilson — to the first-ever Dancerpalooza event in Long Beach, California. Dancers from around the country (and even a group from Australia) flew in to experience one of the biggest dance events of the year. Throughout this three-day crash course, the dancers got the opportunity to take classes from Emmy Award choreographers, Travis Wall and Mandy Moore, first season “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Nick Lazzerini and…

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