Trinity League football has been mentioned as the high school version of the SEC, so it makes perfect sense for the Trinity League to hold its first media day similar to a Pac-12 or SEC media day.
According to Orange County Sheriff's Department Mission Viejo Police Services, Principal Eric Stroupe and his dog Tex chased and tackled a suspect who was involved in a commercial burglary earlier this morning.
Congratulations to Dr. Jan Kilduff's eight Honors Chemistry students who recently competed in Orange County's 55th Annual American Chemical Society First Year Chemistry Exam Team Competition. The team placed an impressive fifth out of 44 public and private high schools.
Reporter Theresa Walker of the OC Register writes about rising junior Hanna Weinmeister and what inspired her to found a nonprofit dedicated to providing dance instruction for at-risk youth.
Live videos of the Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement were made available immediately before both events. Watch both now and celebrate the Class of 2019!
As we wrap up the 2018-19 school year, head into graduation weekend, and get ready to say goodbye to the class of 2019, JSerra Athletics would like to congratulate one last time the 34 student-athletes who have worked hard and shown true grit and commitment both athletically and academically to achieve their goals of playing college sports.
Reporter Paul Bersebach's story on yesterday's Senior Plunge made the front page of today's OC Register. The Senior Plunge is one of JSerra's most beloved traditions in which graduating seniors jump into the school swimming pool in their uniforms in celebration of their final week of high school. The event originated in 2009 as a senior prank and has since evolved into an annual tradition supported by the school.
This past week, two JSerra student-athletes were awarded scholarships from the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation (OCYSF). Paul Roche was selected to receive the OCYSF Scholar/Athlete Award, while Zach Round was the Jim Valentine Courage Award Winner.
Congratulations to JSerra sophomore Ana Andrade, whose artwork entitled Telescope has been selected to be the official t-shirt design for this year's Laguna Beach Festival of Arts. Never in JSerra history has a student's artwork been selected for this honor.
JSerra alumnus Kyler Pettis ('11) won the coveted Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series at the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. He won for his role of Theo Carver on Days of Our Lives, which he played for three years until 2018.