Murrieta Students of the Month

Murrieta Students of the Month

The Murrieta Valley Chamber of Commerce High School Student of the Month Recognition program was held on March 26 and the following six students were recognized. Murrieta Mesa High School Senior Serena Hughes Hughes works hard behind the scenes to get things done. She maintains a 4.43 GPA and is an AP Scholar with Distinction. […]

Operation SHADES program aims to brighten students’ futures

Operation SHADES program aims to brighten students’ futures

TEMECULA, CA—The first conference of Assistance League of Temecula Valley’s Operation SHADES philanthropic program hit the ground running on Feb. 24 with an all-day Personal Finance Conference held at Chaparral High School in Temecula. Forty-one junior and senior students were in attendance for the class sessions that included information on banking, budgeting, credit, car buying, […]

Registration opens for summer school at MSJC

Registration for Summer School 2015 at Mt. San Jacinto College has opened and students will be able to select from robust schedule of more than 250 classes. MSJC has flexible and convenient times and locations for summer classes, Summer classes are available in all quarters of the district: at the San Gorgonio Pass Campus, the […]

High school students win Rotary Club of Murrieta’s music and speech honors

High school students win Rotary Club of Murrieta’s music and speech honors

MURRIETA – The Rotary Club of Murrieta’s annual music and Four-Way Test Speech competitions resulted with six local area high school students winning $1,100 in cash prizes plus the opportunity to move into regional competitions. Rotary annually gives students the opportunity to demonstrate their talents and vie for prizes as an incentive for continuing their […]

MSJC honors students shine at annual University of Irvine research conference

IRVINE, CA – Three honors students from Mt. San Jacinto College received prestigious scholarships for the research projects they presented at a statewide conference held on March 28 at the University of Irvine. The MSJC students were among the 400 California community college students who attended the 15th annual Honors Transfer Council of California Student Research […]

Four MSJC students recognized at statewide awards ceremony

MENIFEE – Four Mt. San Jacinto College students were honored recently in Sacramento for their achievement of being selected to the First Team of the 2015 Phi Theta Kappa All-California Academic Team. Kylie Gardner and Ruchi Jariwala, both from Hemet, Ursula Simonoski of Beaumont and Curtis Smith of Sun City attended the awards luncheon in Sacramento […]

World renown neuroscientist lectures at Great Oak High School

Aldo Gonzalez Intern Over 250 students flowed into Great Oak High School’s Performing Arts Center on April 8 to hear a lecture by world renown research professor Dr. James McGaugh from the University of California, Irvine. The Temecula high school students were treated to a 112-minute presentation by McGaugh concerning the role of emotion in […]

MSJC’s summer school classes help students achieve goals

MENIFEE – Mt. San Jacinto College will help students reach their educational goals sooner by providing a host of high-demand classes during summer 2015. MSJC is planning flexible and convenient times and locations for summer classes, saving students time and money because they won’t have to travel far for classes. Summer classes will be available […]

Temecula school team continues Odyssey to World Competition

Temecula school team continues Odyssey to World Competition

Abby Reinke Elementary School Odyssey of the Mind team won first place as California’s State Champion, according to recent press release. Over 800 teams from around the world will gather at Michigan State University to compete in the 36th Odyssey of the Mind World Finals, and ARES will be there to compete. On March 28, […]

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