LCHS Class of 2018 Is College Bound

Brent Kuszyk

By Brent Kuszyk
Special to The Outlook

One of the true highlights of serving on the LCUSD Governing Board is having the privilege of distributing diplomas to our graduating seniors each spring at graduation. Their sense of optimism and excitement is contagious.
The future looks very bright for our class of 2018 graduating seniors. This year our students will be disseminating around the country to 33 states as well as to South Korea and the United Kingdom. Of the 322 who reported matriculating to a college 202 (63%) will be attending institutions in the state of California. The second most popular destination is the state of Washington with 13 students headed to our northern neighbor. Among the students who will be attending two-year schools, Pasadena City College is the most common destination with 60 students. Continue reading “LCHS Class of 2018 Is College Bound”

PCC Hospitality Pilot Program Trains for Singpoli Group Jobs

Photo courtesy PCC Pasadena City College Hospitality Management Program students recently graduated, following a unique collaboration with Singpoli and Hotel Constance. Robert Soriano and Ivy Frazier played key roles in the program’s success.
Photo courtesy PCC
Pasadena City College Hospitality Management Program students recently graduated, following a unique collaboration with Singpoli and Hotel Constance. Robert Soriano and Ivy Frazier played key roles in the program’s success.

A unique partnership between Pasadena City College and Singpoli Group has been designed to help students enter the hospitality industry.
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LCHS Students Send Heartfelt Letters to Florida School Survivors

Photo courtesy Jack MacKenzie
Freshman Maggie MacKenzie collected about 90 letters of support for students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School from her peers at LCHS.

Students were silent for a few moments Friday during Jeff Brookey’s third-period Concert Choir class, focused on the task of writing notes of encouragement to students they’d never met but wholeheartedly support at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Seventeen people were killed during a mass shooting there on Feb. 14. Continue reading “LCHS Students Send Heartfelt Letters to Florida School Survivors”