Archive for September, 2011

Mayfield Junior School: A Community of Faith, Spirit and Knowledge

Mayfield Junior School: A Community of Faith, Spirit and Knowledge

PASADENA, CA — Mayfield Junior School of the Holy Child Jesus, a Catholic, independent, coeducational day school for kindergarten–grade 8, is now accepting applications for all grade levels for fall 2012 admission. Established in 1931 by the Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus, today, Mayfield Junior School continues the tradition of Holy Child education by […]

Louisville – A Tradition of Excellence

Louisville High School is a Catholic, college preparatory high school located in Woodland Hills. Louisville was founded by the Sisters of St. Louis in 1960 and continues to be a growing center for the academic enrichment of hundreds of young women each year. Louisville provides small, challenging classes with exceptional one-on-one attention from faculty. Louisville […]

St. Francis Xavier School on the Forefront of Technology

St. Francis Xavier School on the Forefront of Technology

St. Francis Xavier School has earned a reputation for integrating cutting edge technology into the curriculum. In 2008–2009 every classroom from kindergarten through eighth grade installed a SmartBoard. These boards allow teachers to take concepts and present them in a way that engages students more actively. In addition to the SmartBoard, St. Francis Xavier School […]

Honorary Mayor of Toluca Lake, FRITZ COLEMAN On Education

Honorary Mayor of Toluca Lake, FRITZ COLEMAN On Education

What do math and science have in common with General Motors and AIG? Too big to fail! Arts programs in schools? More anemic every day. Music curriculums? Pulse is getting weaker. Then, a recent study comes out saying that the U.S. is slipping to the back of the pack in the fields of math and […]

L.A. County Superviser, Michael antonovich On Education

L.A. County Superviser, Michael antonovich On Education

As a former educator, I know that a good education is vital for young people to become productive citizens and achieve their dreams — especially for the more than 30,000 children in county foster care. These are children who, for one reason or another, have no parents, no homes and many cannot attend school regularly […]

Famous Painting School Expands to Studio City

Famous Painting School Expands to Studio City

Master Vibul Wonprasat, an international visual artist, has run a very successful art school in Marina Del Rey for more than two decades, earning a reputation for a uniquely inspiring one-on-one approach. By popular demand, Vibul is opening a new school right on Ventura Boulevard on Oct. 1 to enrich the lives of lucky art […]

Be a Part of the Community

Be a Part of the Community

New Community Jewish High School is celebrating a decade of intellectual imagination and ethical action. A coed, 9th-12th grade college preparatory high school, NCJHS combines advanced placement academics with advanced placement kindness in a pluralistic Jewish learning environment. A New Community Jewish High School education fuses the enormous power of contemporary advances and ideas of […]

Christian Education with a Legacy Built on the Love of Learning

Christian Education with a Legacy Built on the Love of Learning

By Sonny Southworth Every parent wants their child to be happy and thriving at school. Have you had enough of huge classes, stressed, impersonal teachers and overwhelming homework load? How about an affordable, traditional school setting, with relevant and challenging curriculum in a warm family atmosphere? Laurel Hall has been providing such an environment for […]

One’s education is one’s most precious possession. It’s the one thing that no one can take away from you. Optimize it and cherish it.

One’s education is one’s most precious possession. It’s the one thing that no one can take away from you. Optimize it and cherish it.

Jana and I lived in Toluca Lake for 34 years and five months until our recent move to be closer to our children and granddaughter. We cherish our time living and raising our family in Toluca Lake as well as the many friends that we have there. The Tolucan Times helps make Toluca Lake special. […]

Saint Charles Borromeo School… A Gem Nestled in the Southeast Corner of the San Fernando Valley!

Saint Charles Borromeo School is a vibrant school, part of the larger Saint Charles Borromeo Parish community. Located at 10850 Moorpark St. near the corner of Lankershim Boulevard on North Hollywood, the school is open to students entering kindergarten through grade eight. Most graduates attend one of the many excellent local Catholic high schools in […]