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Save the Date for ‘Kids at Hope’ Founder Antwone Fisher – Sept. 7

Save the Date for ‘Kids at Hope’ Founder Antwone Fisher – Sept. 7

Antwone Fisher, whose life was the inspiration for a major motion picture starring Denzel Washington, and Rick Miller, Founder of Kids at Hope, an international organization that studies family, school and community cultures to better understand how children succeed or struggle, will visit CCUSD at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7 to share how HOPE is used as a strategy to achieve success for [...]

AVPA to Celebrate 20 Years @ Java Gala

AVPA to Celebrate 20 Years @ Java Gala

The Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, founded in 1996, is about to celebrate 20 years of creating art and changing lives. Java Gala VIII,  the annual year end performance is coming up on Saturday, June 4 at the The Kirk Douglas Theatre. This always amazing benefit performance for the AVPA Foundation will kick off a year-long tribute to one of the most unique arts [...]

WLA College Offers Free Tech for Teens

WLA College Offers Free Tech for Teens

More free stuff for your kids at West LA College! Thanks to a new grant, West Los Angeles College will be offering Free Teen Tech Classes this summer in addition to the Free Career Discovery Academy for 8th – 12th graders, the Summer Bridge for incoming freshmen, and kids classes and summer camps of all sorts. The FreeTeen Tech Classes include Robotics, Cyber Security, Web Design, Animation [...]

Get a $50 Boost on ScholarShare College Savings Plan – May 25

Get a $50 Boost on ScholarShare College Savings Plan  – May 25

On May 25, it's time to celebrate National College Savings Day - in an effort to raise awareness of California's ScholarShare college savings plan. This Wednesday, for one day only, Californians who open a ScholarShare account with just $50 can earn an additional $50 in matching funds! ScholarShare is a state-sponsored, tax-advantaged 529 college savings plan that helps individuals and [...]

Antioch Provides Free College Courses Through Bridge – Leoni Offers Matching Donation

Antioch Provides Free College Courses Through Bridge – Leoni Offers Matching Donation

Antioch University is committed to pushing the boundaries on education. Since 1999, nearly 700 students have gathered in the Bridge Program to continue their education, engage in creative and critical discussion, and ultimately, to broaden horizons of possibility for themselves, their families, and their communities. Actress Téa Leoni has pledged to match all donations, up to $30,000, made by [...]

Get Smart About College with Jamie Wallace @ Julian Dixon Tonight

Get Smart About College with Jamie Wallace @ Julian Dixon Tonight

It's the time of year when questions are floating through the minds of high schoolers. Juniors: What should you be doing junior year? Current 10th graders, curious 9th graders, do you know what steps you can take in 11th grade to jump start your college search? Doing a bit of research will help make your college search and your senior year much less hectic! Do you know when to take the [...]

Scholarships to be Presented June 6

Scholarships to be Presented June 6

120 graduating seniors at Culver City High School and Culver Park High School have been selected by individual donors and organizations to receive scholarships totaling $150,000. The scholarships are administered through the Culver City Community Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit volunteer organization. Awards will be presented on Monday, June 6, at 7:00 p.m. at the Robert Frost Auditorium. Donors [...]

AVPA to Play Two Concerts Before Frost Closes

AVPA to Play Two Concerts Before Frost Closes

Culminating a prolific year of performing and musical growth, Culver City High School’s Academy of Visual and Performing Arts will present two spring concerts showcasing its student musicians in a variety of ensembles. The two concerts will represent the final performances in the Robert Frost Auditorium before the historic venue closes this summer for an extensive renovation. Both Friday [...]

PTA Gets the PICNIC – May 20

PTA Gets the PICNIC – May 20

You can prep the weekend picnic and benefit the Lin Howe PTA by shopping at PICNIC LA this Friday, May 20. Picnic LA (on the southwest corner of Duquesne and Culver, across from City Hall) will be donating 20% of sales all day long to the Lin Howe PTA. Just mention Lin Howe and you can feast on your community values while enjoying some of the freshest, most delicious food in town. Don't have a [...]

Screenagers: Growing Up In the Digital Age

Screenagers: Growing Up In the Digital Age

We are thrilled to present SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age, a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time. Are you watching kids scroll through life, with their rapid-fire thumbs and a six-second attention span? Physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston saw that happening with her own kids and began a quest to uncover how it might impact their development. As with her other [...]

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