Muir and Burbank High performing arts students make history by combining for the first time on a show. It kicks off a fundraising campaign to raise $100,000 to modernize Muir's auditorium. Community partners have already donated $2,000 toward the campaign
Non-profit Grades of Green and Warner Bros. team up to teach kids how to reduce lunchtime trash
The program’s primary goal was to provide students individualized attention and guidance to help improve test scores, increase confidence in their abilities, and serve as a positive role model in their lives
The CPKulinary Challenge was an incredible culminating event for the school with seven staff members along with three students per team designing an original pasta and salad for a team of judges
John Muir Middle School’s Drive for Burbank Temporary Aid Center was a success with more than 5,000 items collected
John Muir, Luther Burbank and David Starr Jordan middle schools competed for the city championship
It was Renaissance Day on campus, and history came alive for the school’s seventh graders in interactive workshops, a professional play, a feast of foods that might have been served in the sixteenth century, and a jousting spectacle performed by knights on horseback.
National Commercials are shot at Muir Middle School, bringing out some major stars to Burbank
Luther Burbank Middle School students convert car into the Luther Mobile and will have it carry principal, Dr. Brian O’Rourke down the Burbank On Parade route
The school’s “Cougar Vision” program enables students to develop technical, performance, and social skills through its weekly video broadcast
Students tour nation's capitol, meet with Congressman, during their spring break from school.
The glory of ancient Greece came to life in the Auditorium and on the grass fields of Jordan Middle School at the 12th Annual Greek Day Celebration
Burbank organizations partner with Jordan Middle School to create the Betty Steinkolk Literacy Patio and Garden, a beautiful space to be shared by teachers and students. More than 60 community people and students volunteered most of the day on Saturday to complete the project that is dedicated to a beloved former principal.