Thanks to a program called “Scripts 2 Screens,” students at the Sun Valley High Film Academy got the chance to experience Hollywood for themselves.
L.A. Unified seeks stakeholder feedback on the goals, services, and investments for next year’s budget.
With just 4 seconds left on the clock, junior Alec Messing nailed a 32-yard field goal that gave the Tigers the 16-13 win and the Valley Mission League Championship.
Dozens of participants marched along Van Nuys Boulevard from the Van Nuys Civic Center to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Sherman Way.
The Van Nuys High School SkillsUSA Club partnered with Congressman Tony Cárdenas to celebrate and honor the men, women, and families who have sacrificed so much to defend the United States of America.
Clay Lacy Aviation awarded $10,200 in scholarships to the Aircraft Mechanic students at the Aviation Center.
On November 9, NVMI held its annual Honor Wall and Pass In Review activities in recognition of Veterans Day.
Students at Will Rogers Continuation High School received a special visit from noted Sylmar muralist Levi Ponce, who spoke about the role of finding and shaping positive experiences.
The Institute was designed to work with parents to support the academic achievement of all east San Fernando Valley students.
Board shows support for children with special needs and their parents.
By Chief Steve Zipperman, Los Angeles School Police.
Learning Heroes’ latest creation is the Readiness Roadmap, a suite of resources that includes handy tools for parents.
The Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad Program provides short-term seminars abroad for U.S. educators.
The National Endowment for the Humanities offers tuition-free opportunities for educators to study a variety of humanities topics.