May 3, 2007 RSS feed / Schools

Will prom be a night you can't remember?

Seniors in high school still plan and enthusiastically honor the tradition of prom with handsome couple pictures and specially designed boutonnieres. More...

Oak Park students serve tea

HONOR THY PARENT- Oak Park High School sophomore Ilana Kaye and her mom, Susan, at the school's annual Parent Day Tea last Thursday. More...

Local student accepted, will attend West Point

Calabasas resident Ian McCaffrey Lenny, 18, has been accepted for admission to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. More...

Pep squad encourages school spirit

STAND UP AND CHEER- Izzy Tharalson and other members of the Lindero Canyon Middle School pep squad rouse the crowd at the school's Idol Talent Show. About 750 people attended the event hosted by "That '70s Show" star Don Stark last Friday. More...

National Merit Scholars named

The names of some of the high school seniors who've won National Merit $2,500 Scholarships were announced by officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation. More...

Honor roll

+Oaks Christian High School has inducted 17 new members to the National Honor Society. More...

Pepperdine dean's list

The following Pepperdine University students have been named to the Seaver College dean's list for the fall 2006 semester. To be listed, students must maintain a 3.5 or better grade point average. Thousand Oaks: Lauren M. More...

Team off to a great start

CHAMPS- The fourth-grade 10U Westlake Warriors went undefeated in their first tournament as a team, bringing home first place in the Ventura Seaside Basketball Tournament last week. Back row from left, Coach Jeffrey Feldman. More...

Running under the heat

RED OAK ROCKS- Second-grader Robbie Otal completes the first of many laps during Red Oak Elementary School's annual jogathon. More...

Writers' club names poetry contest winners

The Ventura County Writers Club announced the winners of its inaugural poetry contest. More...

What teens need to know about credit

At 18, American teens can assume control of their legal and financial futures. More...

Forum to focus on special needs

Obtaining services for children with special needs in public school is often difficult, time consuming and stressful. More...

Conejo students shine at county science fair

Students from Conejo Valley schools dominated the 53rd annual Ventura County Science Fair, held April 17 to 19 at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura. More...

Dancers bring home the gold

THE BEST- Dancers from the Agoura Hills Dance and Performing Arts Center bring home the highest score in the Junior Division at the Tremaine Dance Convention in Los Angeles last weekend. More...

Calabasas High senior named Presidential Scholars semifinalist

Michael B. Liu, a graduating senior at Calabasas High School, has been named a semifinalist in the 2007 Presidential Scholars Program. More...