El Segundo High School students recently had the chance to make some new international friends when 40 Japanese students from Hamamatsu Kaiseikan High School, a private school near Mount Fuji, visited our high school campus. The visit took place on December 13, 2016 and was one of several stops on the students’ tour through Southern California, including Disneyland and the Santa Monica pier. The visit was coordinated through Technical Visits International (TVi) and ESHS Director of Student Activities Robin Espinoza. TVi assists international student groups in the planning and coordination of study tours and educational programs in the United States. The Japanese students were accompanied on their trip by their school’s assistant principal, a teacher, a school nurse, and an American interpreter. Click headline for more.
El Segundo High School (ESHS) student mentors’ new Elementary School Cyber Education Initiative (ESCEI) has launched its first Computer Science/Internet Safety Workshop, attracting 52 El Segundo fourth- and fifth-grade GATE students and their parents. Click headline for more.
El Segundo High School AVID students participated in a live simulcast at ESHS for the national Be Strong anti-bullying tour. Be Strong reached over 1 million students throughout Los Angeles County and beyond on October 10 through a live event hosted at the Forum, and then simulcast to increase its reach. Click headline to read more.
The El Segundo Unified School District Long Range Facility Master Plan describes short-term and long-range facility recommendations. This document is a plan that the Board of Education will use to guide ongoing maintenance and care decisions for our district facilities and identify key facility modernization and new construction projects based upon the District’s goals, Boards’ priorities and funding availability. Project designations are considered flexible and the priority level timeline may be adjusted accordingly. Click headline to review the document in its entirety.
When El Segundo High School 2016 graduate Gavin Glynn first enrolled in the Engineering Pathway prior to his freshman year, he never dreamed that by his senior year he would be leading a team of ESHS students competing in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Design competition at Texas A&M University. Click headline for more.