ESHS Visual and Performing Arts Pathway Hones Students’ Talents: It’s not his vibrant photograph of the surfer dropping in to “the green room.” Nor is it the skateboarder executing a kick flipping down a set of stairs. And it’s not his portrait of the punk rock singer screaming out his emotions. No, according to aspiring photographer Jason Magid, his best ever photo is his close-up shot of a perfectly exposed wild turtle on the island of St. Martin. Magid waited until the light was magic as he approached the majestic sea creature to capture his prized image.
The first group of students to complete four years of the Biomedical Science Pathway curriculum at El Segundo High School graduated in June, and are poised to continue the journey in higher education—leading to careers in biomedical sciences. Click headline for more.
The El Segundo High School (ESHS) Choirs had the opportunity of a lifetime this summer when they traveled to Paris, France, to give performances at some of the most iconic locations in Europe. Click headline for more.
Taylor Samec, a 2016 graduate of El Segundo High School (ESHS), was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Taco Bell Foundation and was honored by having her photograph displayed on a six-story billboard in the heart of New York’s Times Square on June 8. Samec, who will be attending Concordia University in Irvine, Calif., this fall to major in communications, was the only ESHS student selected for this honor among 300 high school students from 28 states. Click headline for more.
At the June 14, 2016, ESUSD Board of Education meeting, four Southern California Regional Occupational Center (SoCal ROC) students were honored as scholarship recipients for their outstanding achievements in Career Technical Education. The scholarships were awarded at SoCal ROC’s “A Night of All Stars” ceremony. As part of the California public school system, SoCal ROC is a leader in providing relevant Career Technical Education programs to meet today’s job demands and support careers of the future. Click headline for more.