La Cañada High School’s Speech and Debate Team will be one of only eight schools represented in New York City on May 5-7 at the 16th annual Brewer Foundation/New York University International Public Policy Forum. Continue reading “LCHS Debate Team Advances to ‘Elite 8’”
All nine of the La Cañada High School students who were named National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists have emerged as finalists for scholarships that will be announced at the end of the school year.
The day after the third and final presidential debate last week, the co-presidents of La Cañada High School’s elite speech and debate team took time from their busy teenage lives to critique the arguments made by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Continue reading “LCHS Students Critique Debate”
La Cañada Unified School District Superintendent Wendy Sinnette told the Governing Board she wants to home in on climate, technology, instruction and supporting her staff this school year. Continue reading “Sinnette Promises to Focus on Climate, Tech, Support”
Alex Zhao loves to argue.
No, listen. He really loves to argue.
So much so that his parents made him promise that if he wanted to go on arguing, he’d have to maintain straight As.
On that, they got no argument. Their eldest son was happy to keep up his end of the bargain so he could continue to debate. Continue reading “No Dispute Here, This LCHS Debate Fan is a Champion”