Students may show up on Monday morning to see if any seats are available
After 74 years, Bellarmine-Jefferson High School has officially closed its doors. However, the building will soon take on a new life as “St. John Paul II STEM Academy at Bellarmine-Jefferson.”
On March 3, students from Providencia Elementary, Brett Hart Elementary, Jordan Middle School, and Burbank High School installed interactive murals on the third level of the Burbank Town Center.
Max Lippman is a senior at Burbank High. He designed the spectacular lighting for Light Up the World, taking advantage of a lighting system normally seen only in studios that are hosting American Idol or Dancing With the Stars
Winners from Burbank and Burroughs are announced at the 13th Annual Burbank High Schools Rotary Art Contest
Keller Williams Realtor Associates with the Burbank Market Center have chosen to “Give Where They Live” as part of RED Day, one of the biggest events in the real estate industry
The combined drama, vocal and instrumental departments of John Burroughs High School presented the award winning Broadway musical, “Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
Markey was honored by the CIF Southern Section at the 9th Annual Dr. Jim Staunton Champions for Character Ceremony at the Queen Mary in Long Beach
Students arrived at Providence High School Monday morning to celebrate cutting the ribbon on their new science center. New, modern, cutting-edge science classrooms will help students pursue their dreams in media, technology, and medical sciences.
Students left a bumpy road behind and set out for a second chance at Monterey High School. They credit their teachers with inspiring them to get the credits they needed to graduate