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County Supervisors Envision Lucas Museum at Expo Park
November 23, 2016
The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to issue a resolution declaring Exposition Park as the ideal location for a museum planned by the legendary filmmaker George Lucas. ... read more »
Former Bruin Prepares for Second Season with Los Angeles Rams
May 4, 2016
Before spending the beginning of his NFL career with the Tennessee Titans, linebacker Akeem Ayers played for UCLA and Verbum Dei high school. ... read more »
L.A. Construction and Associated Careers Awareness Day Brings 1500 LAUSD High School Students to LA Trade Tech College
April 27, 2016
The 8th annual Los Angeles Construction and Associated Careers Awareness Day took place on the Los Angeles Trade-Technical College campus, giving more than 1500 high school students a chance to view career-technical programs up close on the community college campus in South LA. ... read more »
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Harbor Teacher Girls Soccer Team Clinch Back-to-Back City Section Championships
April 6, 2016
The Harbor Teacher Monarchs girls’ soccer team became division V City Section Champions last month. This is their second consecutive title. The monarchs defeated the Community Charter Titans (18-5-3 overall) 4-0 in the title match-up. ... read more »
High School Students Invited to Speak Out About Gun Violence in New Video Contest
March 30, 2016
The second annual Tony Borbon Youth Scholarship Video Contest invites high school students to submit films/videos on the negative effects of gun violence on youth and the positive actions youth are taking to reduce it. ... read more »
President of New Designs Charter School Dr. Yaw Adutwum talks about educational success
March 23, 2016
The educational group is operating two college-preparatory secondary schools with students from grades 6th-12th. The students select areas of concentration in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and theatrical arts. ... read more »
Inglewood Offense Gives Them Dominance
February 3, 2016
The Inglewood Sentinels’ basketball team is currently ranked 30th in the state and 181st in the nation. Last season, they reached the second round of the Southern Section Division 1AA playoffs. ... read more »
Hawkins Girls Basketball Flaunt Chemistry and Talent
January 27, 2016
After only playing in the Coliseum League for one season, the Augustus Hawkins Hawks Girls Basketball team (9-3 overall, 4-2 Coliseum League) have been excelling among their league opponents. ... read more »
Clippers Help Give Glasses to Students in Inglewood Schools
January 27, 2016
The Los Angeles Clippers Foundation collaborated with the non-profit organization Vision to Learn to provide free glasses to students who need them in the Inglewood School District. ... read more »
Hawkins Boys Basketball Team Meets Success and Struggle in New Season
December 16, 2015
The Augustus Hawkins Hawks basketball team (4-2 overall) is a member of two different worlds. The 13-member squad is ranked with Foshay, West Adams and Animo Robinson high schools in the division IV Los Angeles City Section. ... read more »
2015 CIF Los Angeles City Section Girls Volleyball All-City Teams
December 16, 2015
Division I Player of the Year: Kashauna Williams,  El Camino Real , Junior Coach of the Year: Ian Lee,  El Camino Real First Team Sarah Hagge, ... read more »
Hawkins Girls Volleyball Competes in Coliseum League
October 29, 2015
The Augustus Hawkins Varsity women’s volleyball team found itself fighting for redemption during the second round of the Coliseum League games. “Our record doesn’t necessarily show the abilities of the team,” said head coach Cheylinel Gaston. ... read more »
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