EVENTS

Dallas Raines is Coming to St. Rita School

Raines Family Photo courtesy St. Rita School   St. Rita School in Sierra Madre is preparing for its first Harvest Festival in two years on…

St. Elizabeth’s Back to School BBQ in Pictures

It’s wonderful to see St. Elizabeth’s Spartan community shine together for its Back to School BBQ! What was missed in the 2020-2021 school year was…

Eat at Chipotle and Help Altadena Arts Magnet

Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary’s Father-Daughter Dinner & Dance

Win Big at the 2021 Valentine Fall Fair!



FOCUS ON LEARNING

Flintridge Prep’s Geometry Class: Visualizing and Drawing One-Point Perspective

Flintridge Prep’s Geometry class spent their first week of classes visualizing and drawing one-point perspective, blending artistry and mathematics to better understand points, lines, and…

Happy Second Day of Fall from Assumption First Graders!

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School First Graders recently celebrated the Second Day of Fall. The young students embraced the change of season by…

Pasadena Waldorf School’s 11th Grade Botanical Arts Class is Simply Mouthwatering

College Access Plan Presents “Affording College Workshop”

Learning Measurements with Aveson 2nd Graders


 

 


THE ARTS

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

Last week, an art installation appeared on Ranney Court—a colorful, geometric quilt of wooden hexagons wired together in a complex pattern. This Lower School art…

La Salle Arts Program: Working on Clay Textiles

La Salle’s Arts Program allows students to explore their creativity, with a wide-range of different courses and opportunities, including performing arts classes in dance and…

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

Does your student enjoy art? If so, encourage them to participate in PTA’s National Art Competition – Reflections. Participation is easy! Students use their skills…

Music at Chandler

Chandler’s talented music faculty teaches a wide-ranging curriculum that opens students in Lower School and Middle School to the joys of music and the universality…

Flintridge Sacred Heart Yearbook Editors Earn Theme Achievement Award at Yearbooks at the Beach Program

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy (FSHA) congratulates its Digital Design and Photojournalism: Yearbook students who earned awards during their participation in the five-day intensive @yearbooksathebeach program…

Music Still Hath Charms

As the 15 month-plus pandemic continues to evolve, one thing that has helped hold some families together and made the hours of isolation more bearable,…

The Arts at St. Gregory A. & M. Hovsepian School

One Book One Ramona

Alverno Music Program: Be Bold, Be Heard

Rep. Judy Chu Recognizes Blair’s Outstanding Leader, Student, and Artist Melanie Cabrera



SCHOOL NEWS

Alverno Heights Academy Upper School Students Take the Oath of Office

Alverno Heights Academy Upper School student leaders took their official oath of office at Wednesday’s Inauguration Ceremony in the presence of their parents, teachers and fellow students. After last year’s virtual inaugural ceremony conducted via…

Mayfield Junior School Students Coordinate Fundraising Program and Awareness Campaign to Help Those Impacted by 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake in Haiti

Mayfield Junior School students deliver packages to school community members to support the Hearts for Haiti fundraising efforts.   After learning of the devastation caused by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake on August 14 in southwestern…

Maranatha Speech & Debate Wins at Annual Icebreaker Tournament

(L to R): Ryan Lin and his brother Kyran Lin On Saturday, September 11, the Maranatha Speech and Debate Team competed at the annual Gabrielino Icebreaker Tournament. The tournament featured 140 students, paired in groups…

Alverno Heights’ School Year Theme is Amanda Gorman’s “Be Brave Enough to be the Light”

Alverno Heights Academy school year 2021-22 theme is “Be Brave Enough to be the Light!” Inspired by poet Amanda Gorman’s piece “The Hill We Climb”, recited at this past year’s Inauguration, and the school know…

COVID-19 Vaccinations at Marshall

Friday at Marshall Fundamental students, staff, and community members were able to receive their 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Pfizer Vaccinations sponsored by the City of Pasadena Health Department. Helping in the efforts Marshall Fundamental Administrators,…


SPORTS

Muir Wins Against Cathedral, 6-2

John Muir High School varsity football team won their home non-conference game against Cathedral High School (Los Angeles, CA) by a score of 6-2 on…

Marshall Fundamental Varsity Girls Golf Team beats West Covina

The Marshall Fundamental Varsity Girls Golf Team was victorious on Thursday, September 14th against West Covina High School (CA). It’s always a great day to…

Polytechnic Varsity Football Team beats Glendale, 43-14

Polytechnic School’s Varsity Football Team won their away non-conference game against Glendale High School (CA) by a score of 43-14. Polytechnic School, 1030 E. California…

Flintridge Prep Varsity Football Team beats Blair, 67-6

On Saturday, Viking Football took on Flintridge Prep in their first game of the season. Blair varsity football team lost this away non-conference game against…


COMMUNITY SERVICE

ACADEMICS

Huntington Middle School Recognized as a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School

Huntington Middle School, in the San Marino Unified School District (SMUSD), is one of 45 middle schools in the nation recognized yesterday as a National…

C is for Clairbourn

Click on image to enlarge.   Clairbourn believes in the ability of every student to achieve academic success. It strives for the mastery of academic…

PEN: Explore Elementary

Photo taken during Pre-pandemic times. courtesy PEN   Selecting a school is one of the most important decisions a parent will make, yet myth and…

La Salle Announces Launch of its 2022-2023 Admissions Application

 La Salle College Preparatory is excited to officially announce the launch of its 2022-2023 Admissions Application, powered by SchoolAdmin! LSCP look to the future…


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