She was selected to the Los Angeles Volleyball Couches Association's 13th Annual All Academic Volleyball Team, honoring graduating seniors with a 3.0 or higher grade point average for their entire high school career. She was also one of the 30 finalists for the Player of the Year (4.0 grade point average or higher).
The nonprofit AARP recognized the students from Lincoln High School in Lincoln Heights – which happens to be the same high school where AARP founder Ether Percy Andrus served as principal beginning in 1916 – during a special, black-tie Transportation Gala at Union Station on Saturday.
Congratulations to our Lady Tigers Cross Country Team, under the leadership of Coach Manny Gomez, for becoming the 2017-18 Los Angeles City Championship. They will now compete at the State Level in Fresno on November 25, 2017.
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For years the Magnet had an end of the year trip to Mammoth to strengthen students' skills in science and math through hands-on activities. Due to funding costs, the Mammoth trip was discontinued. But no longer, thanks to the generous donation of Forever 21. The Forever 21 Mammoth Trip is back, and Magnet students will have the experience again. Shout-out to long-time biology and astronomy veteran, Ms. Paulson for keeping Magnet students in her heart and making this dream a reality.
Come out on Wednesdays after school and be a part of Cultural Leadership. Dance and learn Aztec history.
Seniors, send your baby pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to have it in the yearbook! Deadline: November 30
Check out the schedule for Finals Week in December.
Seniors, submit your quote for yearbook today. Click link to submit it online.
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