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New yearbook editors prepare for workshop

By Pauline Harner
Cougar News Blog

Next year’s Cactus Canyon yearbook editors will be going to Scottsdale, Arizona on June 1 and June 2 to visit the Lifetouch Yearbook Workshop. 326 more words


Notes from Class: Graphic Design Final Project

In addition to core coursework, MAAA students take elective courses that suit their individual interests/needs. Electives can be taken anywhere on campus and students enroll in a wide variety of courses, from “Reporting the Arts” in the Journalism department to “The Anthropology of Tourism” in the Anthro deparment. 88 more words

Creative Projects

The Adventures of Choosing an Elective

The end of the school year is near and students are being told by teachers it is finally time for them to sort out their priorities and elect the classes they will be taking next year. 376 more words


Passions and Problems

Next in his series for The Bay School Blog, Academic Dean Andy Shaw shares his thoughts on how students can – and should – use their interests and passions to solve meaningful, real-world problems. 770 more words

Life At The Bay School

Cupcake Wars

Written by Ashlyn Chidsey |

The battle is back! On April 15th, Mrs. Nunan’s cooking classes made their fanciful cupcakes, ranging from Zucchini Cupcakes to Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes. 167 more words

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Homeschool Electives - How & Why

Electives are an important part of any child’s education, including the homeschooled child. They’re a very important piece of your child’s education, and nothing encourages the love of learning quite as well. 953 more words

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Elective Spotlight: Peer Counseling

By Noah Castro and Jose Rodriguez

Ocean View Junior High has a wide selection of electives for students to balance out their academic classes. One of these electives is Peer Counseling, where students get the chance to assist other teachers here at OVJH and at Mar Vista Elementary. 11 more words