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Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Get Smart – Jamie Wallace

Tips for Seniors -- Spring Semester is here, what should a college-going student be doing? At this point you have either finished or are finishing your college applications. Congratulations for getting this far! If you are still searching for your colleges, you still have time. Some applications are due in February or March, and others are on “rolling admissions” so they will keep [...]

Anti-Bullying Martial Arts Class to Begin @ CCMS

Anti-Bullying Martial Arts Class to Begin @ CCMS

“For too long now, bullying has been a silent epidemic in our schools.  Senseless suicides of bullied kids & teens has finally given a voice to its victims and a spotlight to its long-term dangers. And a movement towards kindness and empathy has led to more compassionate bystanders." Richard Alonzo knows a lot about bullying, and he has offered his classes at Echo Horizon, El Marino, [...]

The State of the District And Beyond – Jan. 11

The State of the District And Beyond – Jan. 11

The Culver City Unified School District has something new to offer this year - an evening event focused on "The State of The District." Tickets are now on sale for an evening of "socializing, collaboration and inspiration on behalf of Culver City schools." It will be an opportunity to meet and mingle with our new Superintendent, Dr. Josh Arnold, and hear his vision for continued excellence in [...]

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Fundraising Dinner – Feb. 25

Sandy Segal Youth Health Center Fundraising Dinner – Feb. 25

We have health care on campus, but even care needs care; your help is required to keep the Sandy Segal Youth Health Center healthy! All children must be physically and mentally healthy to learn and become productive members of society. Culver City is proud to provide free on site medical and mental health care and health education for our youth ages 11-19. The Sandy Segal Youth Health Center is [...]

CCEF to Present “State of the District”

CCEF to Present “State of the District”

Join us for an evening of socializing, collaboration and inspiration on behalf of Culver City schools. Meet and mingle with our new Superintendent, Dr. Josh Arnold, and hear his vision for continued excellence in our schools. Learn about a state-of-the-art approach to education that sparks innovation and motivation in students. Wednesday, January 11, 2017 6-8 pm Courtyard Marriott Los [...]

Antioch University Offers Community College Scholarships

Antioch University Offers Community College Scholarships

Antioch University Los Angeles is proud to announce a new scholarship opportunity for undergraduate students transferring from a community college with whom AULA has an articulation agreement; That's WLA, SMC or other listed below -  This opportunity is available if you apply to enter one of Antioch’s bachelor’s programs in Winter 2017 or Spring 2017. If granted a Community College [...]

CCHS Dancers @ Google Venice

CCHS Dancers @ Google Venice

Culver City High School’s dancers performed on one of the world’s most exclusive stages last Friday Night: Google Venice Beach. But they didn’t do it alone. The school’s Girls Who Code club (pictured left) did all the legwork, and together these two student groups combined to put on an epic performance for hundreds of Southern California high schoolers interested in computer science and [...]

Bourne Wins LMU Scholarship from Women in Entertainment

Bourne Wins LMU Scholarship from Women in Entertainment

Culver City High School senior Laura Bourne was one of three girls in The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program surprised by Loyola Marymount University with the LMU/Women in Entertainment scholarship, a full-ride, four-year scholarship to attend the university. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles and award-winning actress Emma Stone presented the scholarships at The Hollywood [...]

AVPA Winter Concert – Dec. 8

AVPA Winter Concert – Dec. 8

Haul out the holly! Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts will hold its annual Winter Concert this Thursday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building. Five featured music ensembles will deliver plenty of holiday cheer, including the Concert Band, Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo and Chamber Singers. Among the highlights of the family-friendly evening: [...]

A Recurring Nghtmare – AVPA Dance Concert Rescheduled for Dec. 3 & 4

A Recurring Nghtmare – AVPA Dance Concert Rescheduled for Dec. 3 & 4

It was a dark and stormy afternoon; so much so the the Danger Zone Dance Company had to cancel it's second day of site-specific performance. It was just too wet. Now that the campus has had a chance to dry off, missed performances will be happening this weekend on Sunday "A Walking Nightmare" will be presented December 4 at 3 pm  and again at 4 pm. Audience guests will meet at the main entrance [...]

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