April 27, 2012
Channel Islands High School students Salvador Brito, Jessica Marie Madlangsakay and Jeanine I. Ruiz were honored with their peers through out Ventura County, as Star Scholars for the Ventura County Star and the Ventura County Community Foundation on Tuesday, April...
April 23, 2012
Superintendent Gabe Soumakian said preparing young people for an economy where business knows no borders requires teaching students more languages, especially Mandarin, one of the fastest growing languages in the world.
Soumakian said district offi- cials recognize India and China as...
February 28, 2012
Fourteen students traveled to Paris to participate in the International Model United Nations competition. It was held over 3 days where the students debated world issues in the UNESCO building against other students from 35 countries that ranged from...
February 2, 2012
February 2, 2012 – Local professionals came to Hueneme High School to judge Science Fair projects. 20 science judges from the local science community, Oxnard College, retired teachers, and the navy bases judging 47 projects in 8 categories....
January 10, 2012
Pacifica’s Craig Patton participated in a summer internship at UCSB in the Materials and Mechanical Engineering Department. Working with his mentor, UCSB undergrad, David Poerschke, they experimented with the processing of Silicone Carbide Matrix Ceramic Composites with Self-healing Matrices.
September 8, 2011
Students at eight high schools in Ventura County will get to enhance their studies of global climate change science, thanks to a $590,000 grant obtained from NASA by a CSU Channel Islands education professor.
The 2011 Innovation in Global Climate Change...
July 16, 2011
Graduating from high school is a memory still fresh in Andrew Gonzalez’s mind, yet he already feels withdrawals from being away from wrestling.
So Gonzalez is doing the next best thing. He is staying active and sharing his insight with a...
July 11, 2011
Identical twins Vanessa and Valerie Montoya have already endured much adversity during their young lives.
The 18-year-old Hueneme High students come from a broken home and their mother Debra died of breast cancer when they were in seventh grade, leaving them...
July 8, 2011
Adolfo Camarillo High School attracted national recognition last month, earning a place on Newsweek magazine’s list of America’s Best High Schools 2011.
“We’re very excited, and it was something we’ve been working towards,” said Glenn Lipman, ACHS principal. “Our focus is...
July 1, 2011
Marcel Velasquez is a step closer to pursuing a dream.
The 15-year old Hueneme High School student decided against spending the summer playing video games or riding a skateboard. For the past three weeks, he and some 30 other students from...
June 17, 2011
It’s that time of year again: school is ending, summer is starting, and students, just like me, are exhausted after making it through our last few weeks of classes. After a being a freshman, I realize how important it is...