Archive for September, 2011

09-21-11

NORTH HOLLYWOOD Outdoor Festival The Dubnoff Outdoor Festival will be a wonderful time to enjoy family and friends – and the outdoors! There will be cultural food, activities, live music and retail vendors. Admission is free and all ages are welcome! In NoHo, on Dubnoff Way near Cahuenga & Victory Boulevard Saturday, Sept. 24, 10 […]

Chaminade College Preparatory Now Offers a 1:1 Student Tablet PC Program for Students

Chaminade College Preparatory Now Offers a 1:1 Student Tablet PC Program for Students

Today’s students are a fast-paced, multi-tasking generation that can quickly “toggle” their attention. As a result of growing up in a multimedia world with cell phones and easy internet access, today’s students process information differently than the students of a generation ago. Rooted in the Catholic Marianist principle of educating for adaptation and change, Chaminade […]

Twice-Exceptional Education at Bridges Academy

Twice-Exceptional Education at Bridges Academy

All students need an education that stimulates and challenges them intellectually and creatively; a 21st century curriculum that builds on their individual experiences, strengths and passions; and a school that allows unique minds to be educated uniquely. Bridges Academy, in Studio City, is such a school, serving “twice-exceptional” students in grades 5 through 12. Bridges […]

Laurence School Provides Children with the Foundation to Become Lifelong Learners

Laurence School Provides Children with the Foundation to Become Lifelong Learners

Laurence School is committed to providing an outstanding learning environment for elementary age children that focuses on their total development: academic, social, emotional and physical. Founded in 1953 as a one-room schoolhouse, Laurence is now a thriving learning community of 300 kindergarten through sixth grade students. Laurence offers a perfect balance of 21st century, cutting-edge […]

Film School Scholarships

Film School Scholarships

Columbia College Hollywood, a premier private accredited film college in Los Angeles, is offering 4-year scholarships to high school film students based on the quality of film-related work submitted by the student. To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in a Los Angeles area high school and begin their studies at CCH in fall 2012. […]

The Wesley School – Bigger and Better!

The Wesley School – Bigger and Better!

The Wesley School is growing up! After twelve years of developing a solid reputation as a strong kindergarten through 8th grade independent school in the Valley, The Wesley School has successfully launched its second kindergarten class. As a school known for its strong academics, engaging arts programs and myriad leadership opportunities, it was time to […]

Campbell Hall Arts & Education Center: Grand Opening Sept. 2012

Campbell Hall Arts & Education Center: Grand Opening Sept. 2012

This beautiful facility comprises 24 classrooms, an art gallery, dance studios, subterranean parking, terraces and gardens, and state-of-the-art technology throughout. The LEED certified building will house abundant liberal arts curricular resources for our students while transforming this area of North Hollywood and Studio City with its environmentally sustainable design. Parent Education Program (no charge to […]

Councilmember TOM?LaBONGE On Education

Councilmember TOM?LaBONGE On Education

It goes without saying that a strong public education system is vital to the life of Los Angeles. Even though the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) operates completely independently of the city bureaucracy, I’m a big supporter of the schools in and around my district. I don’t want to run the schools; I want […]

Mayfield Senior School Celebrates 80 Years in Pasadena!

Mayfield Senior School Celebrates 80 Years in Pasadena!

Mayfield Senior School welcomes freshmen from 32 different schools, as the newest members of the 300-strong student body. The average class size is 16 students with a faculty-to-student ratio of 1:8. The exciting year ahead will offer many opportunities for all students to experience the depth of what our school motto, “Actions Not Words,” holds […]

Buckley Returns to School with New Administrators, New Classes and a New Building Underway

Buckley Returns to School with New Administrators, New Classes and a New Building Underway

This school year brings many exciting updates to The Buckley School in Sherman Oaks. When students left campus for summer break, a construction site had been cleared for the school’s new Academic and Performing Arts Building. Now, the building’s frame is erected and the building, which will add nearly 20,000 square feet to the school […]