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SGR Beacon of Light Scholarship – Apply Now

SGR Beacon of Light Scholarship – Apply Now

Are you a graduating senior? Do you have a letter of acceptance from four year college or university? Are you female? There are just a few more requirements for the Beacon of Light Scholarship that can put money for college in your hands. Ava Onwu, the administrator of the scholarship for the Sigma Gamma Rho sorority said that "This money goes begging, year after year. We barely get any [...]

AVPA Danger Zone Dance ‘Pushing the Envelope’

AVPA Danger Zone Dance ‘Pushing the Envelope’

When Culver City High School’s Danger Zone Dance Company considers “pushing the envelope,” you can’t be certain of what they’ll come up with. Known for their creative dance theater work, the dance students and faculty of CCHS’ Academy of Visual and Performing Arts are back to their old tricks; inventing new, lively, and imaginative dance for the Frost stage. Now a tradition, the [...]

Using Greywater to Keep Your Garden Green – Workshop April 30

Using Greywater to Keep Your Garden Green – Workshop April 30

 It's not just a mandate from the state - it's common sense. Finding more ways to save water can save you money, and save your landscape. Greywater, water from sinks, showers, and washing machines, is a great source of irrigation and can greatly reduce your outdoor water use. Greywater systems are especially important in times of drought. Come learn about common and popular greywater systems, [...]

What Do YOU Think of CCUSD? Accountability Survey

What Do YOU Think of CCUSD? Accountability Survey

The CCUSD Local Control Accountability Plan describes the overall vision for our students, our annual goals and strategic actions needed to achieve the goals. CCUSD continues to engage students, parents, employees, educators and the community In developing our plans through this year's survey, and we are asking again for our community's help to ensure we receive all of our stakeholders' [...]

Bagel Bytes Robotics Team Needs Bucks – Get These Gears to the Championship Competition

Bagel Bytes Robotics Team Needs Bucks – Get These Gears to the Championship Competition

Culver City High School Robotics (known as the Bagel Bytes)  is a team of students and professionals who work together to build a robot for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition. The competition season is six weeks starting in January when they build and test a robot to compete in FIRST Regional Competitions against teams from across [...]

AVPA Prepares for thINK @ Craft and Folk Art Museum

AVPA Prepares for thINK @ Craft and Folk Art Museum

Twenty-six visual art students from The Culver City High School Academy of Visual and Performing Arts are experimenting with traditional printmaking techniques through an artist-in-residency program with the Craft and Folk Art Museum. Each Friday for 10 weeks, Holly Jerger, art instructor and CAFAM Senior Curator of Public Engagement alongside Fabrizio Flores, CAFAM Program Manager--teach about [...]

CIF Rankings Applaud High GPA for High School Teams

CIF Rankings Applaud High GPA for High School Teams

How smart do you have to be to play sports? You might think that it takes more brawn than brains to play a game, but Culver City High School runs a high standard for their athletes. The rankings in the annual California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section-Ford Academic Awards program were announced at the CIF-SS Office recently. The team awards, based on a cumulative grade point average, [...]

AVPA Concert Band Hosts Longmont Concert Band for Collaborative Concert – April 6

AVPA Concert Band Hosts Longmont Concert Band for Collaborative Concert – April 6

The Culver City High School AVPA Music Program will host a joint concert with the Longmont High School Concert Band tonight, Monday, April 6, at 7pm, in the Robert Frost Auditorium. Traveling from Longmont, Colorado, the group of 71 musicians are touring southern California this week. Please plan to come out and celebrate another collaborative musical performance featuring our outstanding [...]

‘Kids at Hope’ Creator Miller to Speak to CCUSD Community

‘Kids at Hope’ Creator Miller to Speak to CCUSD Community

Kids at Hope inspires, empowers, and transforms families, schools, youth-serving organizations and entire communities to create an environment where all children experience success - NO EXCEPTIONS! CCUSD and its parents organizations invite you to a special event featuring Rick Miller, founder, president and chief treasure hunter for Kids at Hope, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on April 7 at Robert Frost [...]

Local Artist Rownak Wins Honors on Light Space & Time

Local Artist Rownak Wins Honors on Light Space & Time

Congratulations to Richard Rownak who received a Special Merit award from the “City Scapes” Art Exhibition for his vision of Los Angeles Harbor at San Pedro. The winning artists will now be featured on the Light Space & Time website for the month of April 2015. The art competition and the submission process for the artists began in February 2015 and concluded on March 27, 2015. The [...]

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