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Arcadia High Senior Earns Perfect AP Exam Score
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Arcadia High Senior Earns Perfect AP Exam Score

Arcadia High School senior Ryan Leung can now add the word “perfect” to his resume. 60,519 students across the world took the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science A Exam in 2017. Leung, and only 111 other students on Earth, earned every possible point on this exam. “I felt pretty confident going into the…

April College Search Guide
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April College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz I hope your children used their spring break actually getting some rest. As parents it’s our responsibility to look after our kids’ physical, mental, and emotional well-being. I know that today’s high schoolers have so much going on that I’m really surprised they can think straight. As…

Four SGV Students Recognized with the Congressional Award Medal
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Four SGV Students Recognized with the Congressional Award Medal

By May S. Ruiz Four high school students from the San Gabriel Valley were given the Congressional Award by Representative Judy Chu at a presentation ceremony held at noon last Thursday, March 29 at the Pasadena office of Congresswoman Chu. “The Congressional Award program is a private–public partnership created by the United States Congress in…

USC Creates Opportunities for Talented Students in Local Communities
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USC Creates Opportunities for Talented Students in Local Communities

By Michael Tseng Last month, the Arcadia Unified School District Digital Communications Interns (AUSD DCI) visited the University of Southern California (USC) for high school journalism day. Each student, well versed and dedicated to the art of journalism and communications, were able to learn about the basics/importance of community journalism, social issues/activism, and experience the…

Arcadia High DCI Students Attend USC Journalism Day
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Arcadia High DCI Students Attend USC Journalism Day

By Reiko Inoue Most high schoolers have not met professional journalists or seen the inside of a college classroom. But on Friday, February 9, students of Arcadia High School’s Digital Communications Internship program (DCI) got to do just that at USC’s High School Journalism Day. This was the third time DCI attended the biannual event….

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