News and Announcements

Magnolia Students Produce Yearbook

April 19, 2021

Magnolia Student Center students Ben NobleKyleigh Chalfant and Natalye Tinajero joined with advisors Susie Carpenter and Amber Baxter to produce the school’s annual yearbook despite the challenges posed by the pandemic lockdowns. The group met online on Google Meet. The 108-page book has a superhero theme and exceeds last year’s yearbook by 4 pages. The yearbook is for Magnolia families, and should sell 200 or more copies, said Ms. Carpenter. She continued, “We had so much fun designing the yearbook, growing together as a team, and helping one another.” Continue reading

Cherry Valley Returns to Active Campus Life

April 16, 2021

Tammy Slaten, assistant director of Springs’ Cherry Valley Cooperative, reports that the school’s 150 students have returned to campus. The school serves K-12, including academy and learning center students, and KEYS high school students.

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FAPA Senior Earns His Pilot Wings

April 16, 2021

Springs Flabob Airport Preparatory Academy (FAPA) senior Matthew Healy has earned his pilot wings, completing his last flight to receive his private pilot license, reported Robin Davis, FAPA principal. Matthew has been taking FAPA’s AOPA Learn to Fly Aviation classes as well as San Bernardino Valley College Aeronautical Classes.

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Homeschool Student Dylan Jun, 14, Ready for College

March 25, 2021

Homeschool senior Dylan Jun, 14, of Rancho Santa Margarita has been accepted to UCI and UC San Diego. He has also applied to UCLA and UC Berkeley. He is currently leaning towards attending UC San Diego, as his brother Collin, who graduated high school at age 13 in 2018, attends there.

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Magnolia Student Center Encourages Reading

March 22, 2021

Magnolia Student Center staff encouraged students to read during the month of March by creating a student “Rise to the Challenge and Read” reading challenge.  Each student was assigned a novel to read, and the one who devoted the most time to reading earned the school’s traveling “Participation Party ‘P’ (a light-up letter P).  Classes with the most Party Ps will win a year-end pizza party.

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