While her fellow classmates were experiencing a rare torrential downpour last month, one La Jolla High School junior was having a rare experience of an entirely different kind several times zones away: being recognized at the White House’s inaugural Student Film Festival.
Janet Napolitano was in La Jolla March 6 for the symposium marking the 20th year since implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Mar 11, 2014 | Posted in La Jolla
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Macky Broido and Max Sun took fifth place in a countywide app design contest – competing against adults, Feb. 22-23.
While Senior Night is special for all players on the La Jolla High School girls varsity basketball team, this year’s on Feb. 13 was extra special for senior Sophia Sowers. As an announcer named each senior for her moment of fame, he revealed that Sowers had hit her 1,000th career point.
The Vikings entered the CIF Division III semifinals on the strength of their 62-49 victory at Fallbrook High Feb. 28, in front of a vocal partisan crowd, far from home, on a rainy, rainy night.
The Bishop’s School students and those visiting campus will soon be able to identify more than 55 tropical and nonnative plant species on campus by using their smartphones.
Priority 1: Principal Chuck Podhorsky eyes smooth transition to adoption of Common Core State Standards for math and reading
After a few weeks of fundraising for the American Heart Association, Bird Rock Elementary School, celebrated its efforts with a Jump Rope for Heart event on Feb. 19, 2014. Throughout the day, students participated in jump rope, hula-hoop and basketball stations, and joined relay races. The event was also held to celebrate Bird Rock Elementary kindergartener Evan Rodriguez, who had open-heart surgery when he was 4 years old. The event spearheaded by his mother, Aimee Rodriguez, netted $1,786.
Four students from La Jolla High School, three from Torrey Pines High School and two from La Jolla Country Day School signed letters of intent Feb. 5, committing to play a certain sport for a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) college for at least
one academic year.
A group of 20 Muirlands Middle School students are shining their medals following the recent San Diego Regional Science Olympiad competition. There were 23 events in the Olympiad and Muirlands’ two teams of 10 participated in 12, earning medals in six and second place in two.
Feb 24, 2014 | Posted in La Jolla
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