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The 2015 $20,000 ‘Afterschool Awards’ Now Open for Entries

The fifth annual $20,000 “Afterschool Awards,” which recognizes budding K-9 students for their exceptional afterschool activities in Community Service, Music and Arts, and Science and Sports is now accepting entries…

Monrovia Defeats San Marino 3-2; Undefeated With One Game Left

Monrovia Defeats San Marino 3-2; Undefeated With One Game Left

By Jacob Bigley   Monrovia headed into Tuesday’s away game undefeated in league at 10-0 with only San Marino High left on their schedule. The standings are already locked, Monrovia…

South Pasadena Volleyball Defeats Jordan in CIF First Round 3-1

South Pasadena Volleyball Defeats Jordan in CIF First Round 3-1

By Jacob Bigley   The South Pasadena Tigers faced off against the Jordan Panthers this Tuesday in the first round of CIF playoffs. The Tigers got off to a slow…

SUMMER COLLEGE CAMPUS VISITS

By May S. Ruiz Visiting various school campuses is an essential step in your children’s college application process. Even if they are planning on matriculating in the school their parents…

League of Women Voters to Moderate Forum on January 26

The Pasadena Education Network (PEN), the PTA Council of Pasadena Unified School District, and the Pasadena Educational Foundation (PEF) host a PUSD Board of Education candidate forum on Monday, January…

Citrus College’s Haugh Scholars Program: Honoring a Legacy and Securing the Future

Citrus College’s Haugh Scholars Program: Honoring a Legacy and Securing the Future

Dr. Robert D. Haugh with Citrus College students in 1975 – Courtesy photos by Paula Green This fall, 25 Citrus College freshmen began a mentoring program that will facilitate their…

The Arcadia Unified School District

The Arcadia Unified School District

Arcadia High – Photos by Ryan Foran by May S. Ruiz This monthly feature will focus on one school district at a time to cover as much information as necessary…

Students Nationwide to Compete in 25th Department of Energy National Science Bowl

Engineer whose pioneering work contributed to visual effects used in The Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean movies to speak at National Finals in Washington, D.C. Buzzers, not…

New CDE Fiscal Deputy Superintendent Appointed

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson named Nick Schweizer to the position of Deputy Superintendent for the Services for Administration, Finance, Technology, and Infrastructure Branch of the California Department…

The Road to College

JANUARY COLLEGE SEARCH GUIDE by May S. Ruiz It’s a rite of passage for every high school senior in this country. It’s called, “Filling out college applications.” That phrase alone…

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