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Bass Joins Black Leaders in Decrying Big Tobacco’s Racist Practices 
May 26, 2022
U.S. Rep. Karen Bass held a press conference at Crenshaw High School in South Los Angeles on May 20, to highlight the damage that corporate tobacco companies have done to Black neighborhoods after decades of targeting them with menthol cigarettes.   ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Aammarah Gage
May 26, 2022
Crenshaw junior Aammarah Gage is the captain of the Cougars’ track and field team. As she strives to improve her sprinting and hurdling, she learned how to manage the different personalities on the team so they can better themselves. ... read more »
Krystle Evans Makes an Impact as a College Basketball Coach
April 28, 2022
Krystle Evans rose from being a high-achieving student athlete to becoming an impactful administrator and coach for college athletic programs. Evans recently led the Academy of  Art University women’s basketball team to the PacWest title game and the Division II NCAA tournament. ... read more »
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Student Athlete of the Week: King Kyni Peterson
February 3, 2022
Crenshaw sophomore guard King Kyni Peterson prioritizes defense when he competes. He uses his speed to contest against opponents; this puts him on a level playing field with players that are taller than he is. ... read more »
College Track Opens Third L.A. Center, Expands Advisory Board and University Partnerships
January 20, 2022
College Track Crenshaw opened on January 12 and welcomed its first cohort of 60 students from Dorsey, L.A. Promise Charter and Crenshaw High Schools. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Antoine Robinson
January 13, 2022
Although he can play multiple sports, Crenshaw junior guard Antoine Robinson enjoys competing in basketball the most. Playing basketball has given him skills that he can apply beyond the court. ... read more »
Dorsey Tops Crenshaw 27-6 in Rivalry Showdown
November 3, 2021
Despite the obstacles both teams faced in the beginning of the season, Crenshaw and Dorsey rose to become the top two teams in the Coliseum League. At their rivalry showdown, the Dons found their stride to defeat the Cougars 27-6. ... read more »
Crenshaw Falls to Franklin in Home Opener
September 30, 2021
Despite presenting a strong rushing game, the Crenshaw Cougars lost to the Franklin Panthers 46-35. This was the home opener for the Cougars. ... read more »
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Maverick’s Flat Has a New Stakeholder in Nina RoZá
September 2, 2021
She shares how she has resurrected the iconic venue into something new for the community. ... read more »
Marquis Curtis Remembered for Overcoming Obstacles
June 24, 2021
The story of Marquis “Bin Laden” Curtis is that of resilience and triumph. His talents at the quarterback position made the Crenshaw Cougars football team a competitive force in the mid 2000s. Curtis led the Cougars to their first Division I City Section title in school history. ... read more »
Crenshaw Secure Challenging Wins, Remain Perfect
May 23, 2021
The Crenshaw girls’ and boys’ basketball teams are excelling through the unprecedented 2020-2021 season. Both teams carry a perfect overall record, the girls at 4-0 and the boys at 3-0 overall, as of May 23. ... read more »
Crenshaw’s 3DE Program Promotes Integrative Learning
May 20, 2021
Starting in Fall 2021, Crenshaw High School will be implementing a new educational program that helps students apply academic subjects into real-life. The program is called 3DE, it is an interdisciplinary program that is in conjunction with Junior Achievement. ... read more »
Brown’s Exhibit Salutes the ‘Divine Feminine’
March 11, 2021
The pop-up exhibit is located at Lion Arts in Leimert Park, on 4325 Degnan Blvd., in Los Angeles. The show, which will continue until March 18, is another example of Brown’s talent for creating stunning pieces embellished with intricate details that immediately capture the attention of the viewer. ... read more »
SoCal Legends: Marques Johnson
February 11, 2021
Marques Johnson made historical strides in basketball; he ultimately had an All-Star NBA career.  He also was an actor, starring in several movies including “White Men Can’t Jump,” along with being a sports analyst and radio host. Johnson is currently a television color commentator for the Milwaukee Bucks. ... read more »
2020 Top Student-Athletes of the Year
December 31, 2020
Highlights of exceptional students in 2020 ... read more / view gallery »

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