|Name: Carmina Kendall
Age: 8 Grade: 3
I chose: Magnolia Student Center
Why? To get a solid foundation on
Math and Science and become a
Carmina says: “Multiplication and
division are hard, but I practiced
and now they are easier.” She
likes to play with GoldieBox, an
engineering toy for girls.
Our campus offers two innovative programs serving grades K-12.
Magnolia Academy (K-8): This program provides four days of engaging, integrated core classroom instruction with a focus on community connections. Mondays are parent-supported home study days that allow students time to develop mastery on personalized skill goals and complete individual project work.
Renaissance Real-World High School (9-12): Do you want a truly different high school experience? Discover a high school that emphasizes deeper connections with fewer teachers and ensures that every student is prepared for both college and the world of work through rigorous, supported courses, school-organized internships, and concurrent college enrollment. Students graduate with a resume of experiences and skills, a UC-ready transcript, college units and friends that will last a lifetime.
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News + Announcements
February 10, 2021
Brian Chu, 18, is a senior and Mira Loma resident attending Springs’ Magnolia Student Center who is a master pianist. His favorite classical pieces are Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Piano Concerto, Mahler’s 2nd Symphony and Chopin’s 1st Ballade. He practices up to four hours a day, and, in the past year, has performed virtual concerts.
January 8, 2021
Nichol Regalado, a 7th grade ELA/History Academy teacher at Magnolia Student Center, has had great success using DonorsChoose to fundraise for things she needs in the classroom. Magnolia Principal Beverly Voechting said, “Nichol is very creative and has taught many of our staff how to optimize to get what they want for their students and class. She is an expert in fundraising!”
January 4, 2021The Magnolia Student Center held a Riverside Family Scavenger Hunt so that students could learn the history of the City of Riverside. Families were asked to visit sites around the city and take selfies at the site; sites included 1911 Fairmount Park, 1903 Victoria Club, 1920s Benedict Castle, 1870s Evergreen Cemetery, and 1904 Riverside County Courthouse.
October 16, 2020See All News
Sergio Jandell Tapia-Rodriguez, 7, a 2nd grade student with Springs’ Magnolia Student Center, was introduced to the game of golf through PLAY (Police Leading Active Youth), a free program offered by the Riverside Police Foundation and the Riverside Community Parks Association. Sergio’s mother, Delia Rodriguez, said, “This event is a fun way for kids to try out different sports and get to interact with the police department.”