Springs Venture Online junior Caden Carlstrom, 16, was a poll worker for the November 3rd election. He was prompted to apply for the job because of his interest in politics and government.
Springs Venture Online program is holding monthly webinars to stay connected with and give encouragement to students after staff reached out to families to ask what they wanted to be addressed in the webinar. Graduate Elle Martin (pictured) joined a recent online gathering, talking about her time with the school and her experiences horseback riding.
Springs senior Madison Hall, 17, has been named a Murrieta Chamber of Commerce High School Student of the Month. Madison was honored for her academic success, which she balances with an acting and music career. She is also the daughter of a U.S. Army veteran, and chose Springs’ Venture Online program because and it has allowed her to remain in a single school when her military family has had to relocate.
Charlotte Saltz, a 9th grade student in Springs’ Venture Online program, is an up-and-coming tennis star. She trains 20 hours a week, and has begun competing in tournaments again as pandemic restrictions ease. Most recently, she took first in a Newport Beach tournament, and is ranked #67 in the Southern California Tennis Association Junior Girls 14 and under.
Alessio Sasso, 18, is a 2020 graduate of Springs’ Venture Online Program. He began riding motorbikes at age 3, racing at 6 and competing at 12. Although he is sidelined currently recovering from an injury, he plans on becoming a professional motocross and supercross athlete.
Two sisters graduated from Springs’ Venture Online program in June, albeit at different ends of the K-12 grade spectrum. Pia Spors graduated grade 12 a semester early and was one of the program’s top students. Continue reading
Students in Springs’ Venture Online program celebrated their first-ever virtual Spirit week. Activities included Silly Sock Day, Pajama Day, Beach Trip Indoors Day, Crazy Hair Day and Sports Jersey Day. Continue reading
Springs Venture 4th grade student Jordan Schneider has launched a new YouTube channel, Kid2Kid, intended to be a channel where “a kid teaches kids.” Jordan loves learning and passing on information to his fellow students; videos include scientist profiles and experiments. Continue reading
Kaine Koltoniuk is a 12-year-old Springs’ Venture Online student who is both an actor and is active in the martial arts. He was recently featured in a Cadillac XT6 television commercial, and specializes in Shaolin Kung Fu. Continue reading
Brayden Luna believes his participation in Springs’ Venture Online program has given him the ideal opportunity to accomplish goals and pursue hobbies. He has become a dietitian, and oversees a wedding venue owned by his family, Luna Bella Ranch. Continue reading