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AT&T Congratulates San Diego Winner of First-Ever Student Film Competition on Cyberbullying

Canyon Crest Academy Presented with Second Runner-Up Award and Cash Prize at Teen Indie Awards AT&T congratulates the student filmmakers of Canyon Crest Academy in San Diego, who received the Second Runner-Up award and a $2,500 cash prize at this year’s first-ever Cyberbullying Film Invitational, held during the All American High School Film Festival in […]

San Diego Volleyball Camp for Carmel Valley Students Looking for a fun way to stay active and develop some awesome volleyball skills this summer? Well, look no further. Local high school counselor and head volleyball coach, is leading Torrey Pines High School’s legendary summer San Diego Volleyball Camp. Carmel Valley, San Diego is know for […]

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JFS Selects 35 for 2015 Hand Up Teen Leadership Program

Jewish Family Service of San Diego (JFS) has accepted 35 San Diego high school students into its annual Hand Up Teen Leadership Program. The nationally recognized program helps high school students learn about social change and see the difference they can make in their communities. Two major focuses for this year’s participants include the creation […]

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Ermana Productions, led by Torrey Pines High School Seniors Ivy Gong and Michelle Zhao, recently launched “Last Period”, an 18 episode comedy mockumentary about the shenanigans of five high schoolers in a “last period” (hence the name) “Office Aide” class together. The series pilot “The Beginning” premiered on YOUTUBE August 28, 2015 and the second […]

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Students in the Envision Cinema program at Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) want teenagers to #THINKB4UPOST on social media, in light of the November 20th social media violence threats at two San Dieguito Union High School District schools, CCA and Torrey Pines High School. According to San Diego police, two teenagers have been arrested as suspects […]

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On Friday, Feb. 20, Dons alumni returned to Cathedral Catholic High School (CCHS) campus to share their career stories and achievements with the senior class for the school’s annual Career Day. Among a distinguished panel of San Diego professionals and Dons alumni was Define Financial CEO Taylor Schulte, CFP®. A 2015 Metro Mover and Five […]

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Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present  the comedy play “Museum”  by Tina Howe, November 7, 8, 13, 14 & 15, 2014 at the CCA Proscenium Theatre.  Guest Directed by Jason Maddy with Technical Direction by Jeremy Sewell and Costumes by Janet Pitcher.  Additional Production team includes CCA Student Kyra McCullough as […]

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Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theatre Presents: “Zombie Prom” At the CCA Black Box Theater October 24, 25, 30, 31 & November 1, 2014  Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) Envision Theatre is thrilled to present the musical “Zombie Prom” by Dana Rowe and John Dempsey, October 24, 25, 30, 31 & November 1, 2014 at the CCA […]

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Good morning. It’s Kristin Rude from FasTracKids and today is our first day of school, so let’s pan in and see what the kids are up to.  Students are socializing already, making new friends on our first day of pre-school. Hi girls. We saw a bunny rabbit this morning and now we are bunny rabbits. […]

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Good morning, it’s Kristen Rude, owner, director, and teacher at Fast-Track Kid’s Preschool in Del Mar, CA, and I’m here this morning with Elise Young, a Fast-Track Kid’s Parent. I thought it’d be most fitting to ask her about her experience at Fast-Track Kid’s and how she feels we’re adding value to the community. “Hi, […]

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It is good to be back in the writer’s chair again.  I want to thank David Moya and his incredible and supportive staff for allowing me to take some time from my regular articles appearing on The Carmel Valley Life website to spend additional time with my wife as we tended to the needs of […]

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In 12-minutes on stage, a Carmel Valley teacher provides a lesson that will last for a lifetime for his students and thousands watching online.  In his TEDxYouth@SanDiego talk, Mark Raines speaks for the first time about a speech impediment he developed in 2011, after a lifetime as a public speaker, including 8 years as a TV anchor/reporter […]

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