EVENTS

Positive Psychology for Tweens and Teens with Katie Hurley

Partnership for Awareness presents Positive Psychology for Tweens and Teens with Katie Hurley on Thursday, January 21, at 7:00 p.m. via zoom. Stress, pressure, and…

St. Rita School to Hold Virtual Bingo on January 22

Click above image to see flyer.   St. Rita School invites the community to join Virtual Bingo on Friday, January 22, 2021. 6:45 p.m. –…

Barnhart Knows How to Do the Holidays Right!

San Marino High School PTSA Presents Holiday Cheers to Class of 2021

Polytechnic School Holds its Virtual Kindergarten Rose Parade



FOCUS ON LEARNING

Blair’s IB Learner Characteristic for January is Open Minded

The International Baccalaureate (IB) approach applies ten characteristics to describe an IB learner. As an IB World School, at Blair all students, staff and teachers…

Biological, Medical, and Environmental Technology at Bosco Tech

In Bosco Tech’s Biological, Medical, and Environmental Technology (BMET), students learn about two of the most complex systems ever discovered: living organisms and the environments…

Flintridge Sacred Heart Student Use Acrylic Painting as “Artifact” for Nature Journal Project

Perfect Your Skills and Materials with South Pasadena High School’s Spring Internship Workshops

Keep Books Here and There, Read Aloud Often and Enjoy a 2021 Book Challenge



THE ARTS

Visual Arts and Design Academy (VADA) is at Hollywood Burbank Airport!

Click on image to enlarge   Pasadena Unified is pleased to share the news that the tower banner its current VADA senior Yenifer Diaz designed…

Visual and Performing Arts at Southwestern Academy

Southwestern Academy offers an arts program that’s varied and rich, offering students a wide variety of media for learning and expression. Music SWA’s music studios…

Maranatha Alumni Artists Pursuing their Dreams

Maranatha’s Visual Arts Department has a rich history of developing the talents of young artists and equipping them to pursue their dreams of using those…

Huntington Middle School Visual and Performing Arts Team Shares its Students Performances in the First Semester

The Huntington Middle School (HMS)’s VAPA team would like to share with our Carver families student performances in the first semester. • Macedo’s Virtual Art…

San Marino High School Dance Company’s Junior Dance Workshop

Do you love to dance? San Marino High School (SMHS) Dance Company is hosting a Junior Dance Workshop. Come learn some fun Jazz and Hip-hop…

The Arts Program in New Horizon School Pasadena

NHSP 3rd Grade students having fun working together on the beautiful art piece “Doodle Away.”   Arts Integration Arts integration is the use of the…

Lancer Television at La Salle College Preparatory

The Best Christmas Books that Were Turned Into Movies

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary School: “Christ is Born!”

Westridge School’s Music Department’s “Music for the Holidays” Virtual Concert



SCHOOL NEWS

PUSD In-person Programs Temporarily Suspended

Dear PUSD Community, Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, the Pasadena and Los Angeles County Public Health Departments have recommended that schools suspend in-person learning programs until the end of January. By deferring in-person…

“From Your Home to Ours: Learn What Makes Immaculate Heart Special”

Looking out over the Immaculate Heart campus from the cafeteria deck, one of the many views of campus available from our interactive campus map at www.immaculateheart.org/CampusMap.   Interested students can join us for a sneak…

Futures Academy Presents “1:1 Instruction and Gifted Students” – A Free Webinar

Students with special gifts and talents are usually capable of performing at higher levels than most of their peers in one or more subject areas, but they often need modifications to their educational experience to…

Ramona Convent Freshmen Volunteers for Catholic Charities in the San Gabriel Region

Ramona Convent Freshmen Emily, Julianna, and Abigail recently volunteered for Catholic Charities/San Gabriel Region and spent about seven hours making food baskets and toys for 150 families. Representatives of Catholic Charities sent the school this…

Sequoyah Student Jackson ’22 Talks about His Book “The Donut That Roared: A Child’s Guide to Surviving an MRI”

Sequoyah School student Jackson ‘22 appeared on Good Day LA to talk about his book “The Donut That Roared: A Child’s Guide to Surviving an MRI.” Jackson was diagnosed with a deep brain tumor when…


SPORTS

Ramona Convent Student-Athlete Signs National Letter of Intent

Ramona Convent Secondary School is excited to congratulate student-athlete Laurencia Botts on signing her national letter of intent with the Cottey College volleyball program! Cottey…

Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary Welcomes Softball Head Coach Angel Escalera

Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary School (CSHM) welcomes its new softball head coach Angel Escalera. CSHM is excited to have Coach Escalera join the Cantwell Sacred…

Two-Week Training Period Ends for Fall Sports

December 11 marked the end of a two-week training period for Polytechnic School’s fall season sports including cross country, dance team and mascots, fencing, football,…

Muir High Football Players Sign With USC, Texas

Calen Bullock Signing to University of Southern California for Football. Photo Courtesy of Dana Moore via John Muir High School   Two John Muir High…



ACADEMICS

Pasadena-Altadena Chapter of The Links, Incorporated Announces 2021 Scholarships

The Pasadena-Altadena Chapter of The Links, Incorporated announces 2021 Scholarships: Eligible applicants are African American students, graduating from a PUSD High School entering a 2…

Flintridge Preparatory School Admissions Events

Flintridge Preparatory School (FPS) is excited to meet you and tell you more about the school! While FPS wish they could share the magic of…

South Pasadena Unified Offers Mandarin and Spanish Programs for Elementary Students

In the past decade, research has shown that learning a second language at a young age increases cognitive flexibility and translates into higher achievement across…

Media and Technology at Pasadena Waldorf School

The Pasadena Waldorf School educates students from early childhood to the adolescent years – through an intentional and developmental curriculum and pedagogy. Teachers make decisions…


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