Rising juniors Arav Patel, Dillon Kim, and Brayden Daly have certainly been productive during their summer break – especially considering the quarantine is still in place! The three friends won a $5000 grant from the Dragon Kim Foundation earlier this year to establish EduVape, a STEAM-based project focused on informing the youth on the harms of vaping in a fun and safe way.
Yesterday the CIF Southern Section, which is the governing body for high school athletics in Southern California, made the decision to delay the start date for all high school sports and their respective athletic programs for the '20 Fall season. We maintain that the health and safety of our student athletes is imperative to not only our school but to the families that entrust us with their sons and daughters.
A big part of being a JSerra Lion is joining a club whose purpose speaks to you. This fall there will be over 50 clubs from which to choose — one of which is Girl Up, founded by rising senior Kiana Sedigh in 2017. Now in its fourth year, JSerra Girl Up has already exceeded its initial long-term goal of raising $10,000 and is excited to see how much more they can accomplish this year.
The Capistrano Dispatch's Collin Breaux reported on this morning's Senior Swag Day — a drive-thru event at JSerra where seniors could safely pick up their caps, gowns, graduation announcements, and beloved "swag" commemorating their time at JSerra.
Last Friday's virtual POPS Concert is now available on YouTube. You don't want to miss the special tributes, choir projects, solos, and duets!
The Spirit of the MACY Awards for the 2019-2020 school year were announced today and JSerra Theatre students had the honor of winning several prestigious awards for their production of Godspell.
The athletic successes of six graduating seniors were recognized during JSerra Athletics' first-ever virtual National Letter of Intent (NLI) Signing Day.
Last night's ABC7 News featured a heartwarming story about the resilience and creativity of the JSerra community.
Seniors Megan Giacobetti and Aiden Brotman led a class effort to raise enough money to cover the cost of life-changing surgeries for two toddlers 1,400 miles away.
Today's OC Register features a heartwarming story by reporter Steve Fryer about a surprise the JSerra Varsity Baseball team planned for Head Coach Brett Kay.