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Camino Grove Elementary School Hosts Arcadia High Graduates
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Camino Grove Elementary School Hosts Arcadia High Graduates

By Terry Miller Arcadia High School seniors, who donned their caps and gowns, went back to the future to their former elementary schools to do a graduation run to inspire the next generation of young people. The extremely vocal and excited elementary school children at Camino Grove were thrilled to see the big seniors right…

Arcadia High School Students Develop New Mobile App
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Arcadia High School Students Develop New Mobile App

By Sarah Wang In our rapidly digitizing world, most teenagers can call themselves “tech-savvy.” One group of Arcadia High School (AHS) students, however, has taken the power of technology to the next level. Juniors Albert Yeung, Alex Hitti, Jason Zhao, Jessica Chou, Nathan Wong, Paul Lee, Seongwook Jang, and Tiger Ma have created what AHS…

Arcadia’s Arroyo Pacific Academy Celebrates Grand Opening of New Campus
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Arcadia’s Arroyo Pacific Academy Celebrates Grand Opening of New Campus

Dedicated and passionate teachers, excellent new learning environment, outstanding educational opportunities, and more are all within walking distance from the Arcadia Metro Station and Transit Plaza. Established in 1998 by Philip Clarke, Arroyo Pacific Academy is a private, independent, coeducational, college preparatory secondary school. Arroyo Pacific Academy celebrated its 20th anniversary with a Grand Opening…

December College Search Guide
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December College Search Guide

  The Road to College By May S. Ruiz The cool weather is settling in and some scattered showers are occasionally breaking up the otherwise cloudless blue skies. Children are eagerly anticipating the Christmas season and winter break. As we head towards the end of the year, some students are finishing up on the first…

8000 Public Schools to Get Tech Funding to Tune of $11.9 Million
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8000 Public Schools to Get Tech Funding to Tune of $11.9 Million

More than 8,000 California public schools and districts are eligible to share $11.9 million in the latest round of Education Technology K–12 Voucher Program funding, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today. Funds are available through a 2003 antitrust settlement agreement between Microsoft Corporation and California consumers and businesses. The list of eligible and potentially eligible…

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