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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) today announced that Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill (SB) 1299. This legislation continues the University of California (UC) California State Summer School for Mathematics & Science residential program, known as COSMOS, offered to middle and high school aged students with an aptitude for careers in …continue reading

The Music Center invites all Southern California high school students interested in the performing arts to apply for The Music Center’s Spotlight, a free annual competition that provides more than $100,000 in performing arts scholarships and artistic development through auditions, feedback, and mastery classes taught by professional artists and arts …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for May 22 through May 28 included a fatal Long Beach traffic accident, free concerts and movies, and a change at Servite High School. Top Ten Stories for May 22 through May 28 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather …continue reading

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Servite High School, a leading all-male, Catholic college preparatory high school, announced that alumnus Chris Weir will become the school’s next president effective July 1, 2022. A 1997 graduate of Servite, Weir succeeds Randall Adams, who announced his plans to retire in February. The decision to hire Weir was unanimously …continue reading

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The Magnolia Agriscience Community Center (MACC) is transforming 2.5 acres of undeveloped land on Magnolia High School’s campus into a school-based community farm aimed to alleviate local food insecurity. It will serve as a hub for nutrition, providing much-needed fresh produce for the surrounding community, and expand learning and career-training …continue reading

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Senator Thomas J. Umberg (D – Orange County) was on hand at the Anaheim Union High School District Office to help distribute 400 Chromebook laptops to students from Frontier Communications. “The pandemic has highlighted some of California’s infrastructure deficiencies with startling clarity. Some of those exist in our wireless networks …continue reading

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The Los Alamitos Rotary Club has continued a tradition of Honoring Vocational Education Students at the Los Alamitos High School (LAHS). “The betterment of our youth is a focus for our Rotary Club” noted Robert Dominquez, president. This month they recognized Alexander Cannizzaro from the AP Computer Science program, and …continue reading

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The Rossmoor Woman’s Club is offering scholarships of $500 – $1,000 to approximately 8 to 10 Los Alamitos High School Seniors. The awards are based on both need and academic achievement. Applications are available to students digitally on their Naviance accounts or they may be picked up in the school …continue reading

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The Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos High School Seniors Jacqueline Ng, Logan Rofe, Sofia Ferguson and Ryan Otsuka as students of the month for August, September, November and December, respectively. Jacqueline Ng is the founder and president of Fold School Philanthropy Club, a club that folds and strings origami …continue reading