Through this residential educational opportunity, I grew as as a student and an individual, learning lessons in self-management and work-life balance.
Two new assistant principals will be joining the administration team this school year, and administration responsibilities shifted due to the new tardy policy.
Former Art Director Gabrielle Lashley sat in astonishment seconds after she heard her name called as the first place winner in the Student News Writing, On-Campus Issues category, at the 65th Los Angeles Press Club SoCal Journalism Awards...
A local non-profit organization helps community members shop for sustainable work appropriate and interview clothes.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has just declared affirmative action unconstitutional, which will prohibit universities from legally counting a student’s race as a factor for admission to their institution.
Geography education has been lacking in classrooms and is necessary in order to better our understanding of global affairs and cultural differences around the world.
Your words are powerful, so say something kind.
El Rancho High offers 12 AP classes but trying to keep them from closing has become an increasingly concerning issue for the school.
Following the release of a report by the US Preventive Services Task Force to screen children ages 12 to 18 for depression, students and Cynthia Olaya, school psychologist, discuss the importance of addressing students’ mental health.
Technology can impact the ways students learn and retain information.