Congratulations to the two POLAHS students who graduated from the City of LA's CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) class last week!
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National Teen Driver Safety Week occurs annually during the third week of October. Young drivers need to be reminded about car maintenance and the potential dangers of driving.
For three weeks in August, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe opens the doors, streets and alleyways of the entire city of Scotland, to an explosion of creative energy from around the globe.
Through the Johnson & Wales Culinary Arts and Baking "Career Exploration Program," four eager POLAHS students jumped into a world of mincing, dicing, frying, and sautéing.
POLAHS alumnus Eric Walker (’18) experienced life as a National Geographic photographer in Japan this summer, thanks to a full-tuition scholarship he received from a private donor!
POLAHS students Melissa Andrade and Julia Gersch left San Pedro for the University of St. Andrews in Scotland this summer, prepared for a full immersion into Scottish culture, history, and politics.
This weekend I participated in a retreat for members of the E-Board of the Los Angeles Region American Red Cross Youth Corps
“The purpose of the Normandy Academy was not only to expand our knowledge of WWII history, but it was also to help us analyze the actions and decisions made while at the places where the critical battles took place.
Eleventh grader Sarah McKenzie was recently selected for the prestigious Frances Hesselbein Student Leadership Program, amongst only 11 students nationwide.
Featuring: organic and non-GMO food vendors; green and cruelty free beauty; fair trade products; ocean pollution and climate change awareness; electric vehicles and energy efficiency booths; animal care; and cultural activities.