|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
August 5, 2020
Springs' Magnolia Student Center ACE and 2017 Homeschool graduate Bella Cantu
received a two-year Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship from Cal State University San Bernardino; her proposed research topic is: Educational challenges resulting from the COVID-19 crisis among minority students and faculty
June 16, 2020
Springs' Magnolia Student Center held its first ever virtual Open House
which was viewed by many. It featured photographs from the school year of students, staff and schoolwork, with live presentations by teachers. Seniors also enjoyed a “drive-through” graduation event, which included walking a stage and receiving a graduation certificate, a tassel turn and pomp and circumstance music.
April 21, 2020
Valeria Duarte, 13, an 8th-grade student at Springs’ Magnolia Academy, is on a waitlist for the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles summer program, the YOLA National Festival. The festival is a two-week summer program for young musicians, offering them an opportunity to learn and perform with world-renowned conductors. Hundreds of young musicians nationwide submit auditions for the festival.
April 17, 2020See All News
Atticus Leveck, 16, a 10th-grade student at Springs’ Magnolia Student Center, is celebrating his 10th
anniversary as part of the Scouts BSA. He first joined as a Tiger Cub Scout at age 6, his mother Anastasia said, because “he has always loved the outdoors and hands-on experiences.”