The JSerra Lions took on the Milton Eagles in the second game of the Trinity League verses the USA Classic at St. John Bosco and came out on top 17-14.
When JSerra junior Hannah Weinmeister founded her nonprofit, Hannah's Dancers, earlier this year, she had no idea the immediate impact it would make on so many young students. Hannah's Dancers teaches a variety of dance forms — such as jazz, tap, and ballet — to at-risk children at the Via Positiva Branch of the Boy & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley. The tuition? Free-of-charge.
Congratulations to junior Emily Hazelip, who won two prizes in the "Young Adult Art" category at the Orange County Fair this past summer. Both her Cast of an Eye oil painting and Hammer charcoal drawing received 2nd Place.
JSerra's Aryana Noorian had just learned the Heimlich Maneuver that very day. The senior credits the high school's Medical Magnet Program for encouraging her to obtain hands-on knowledge year-round.
The book is based on the author's travels around the world with her family to orphanages and villages in third-world countries. The View from Above is devoted to helping children understand the diversity yet sameness of mankind
JSerra had an excellent showing at this year's Laguna Beach Festival of Arts — once again going up against over 1,000 pieces of art from students all over Orange County. Congratulations to the following talented Lions who won awards....
The Capistrano Dispatch reports on the new partnership between the JSerra Medical Magnet MemorialCare Saddleback Medical Center, which will allow students to rotate through a wide variety of departments at the medical facility beginning this fall. Medical Magnet students will pair up with professionals in such departments as Emergency, ICU, Operating Room, Imaging, and more.
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.