Attend El Morro’s Family Code Night from home! A free, fun, and valuable experience for you and your K-5 children. No signup, no coding experience needed. Just join the LiveStream! October 20, 2021, at 6 PM.
In the Laguna Beach Unified School District, each student gains the knowledge, experience, world perspectives, and skills needed to become a lifelong learner and producer in a competitive and interconnected world.
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Laguna Beach High School’s Authentic Exploratory Research (AER) Program students presented their project proposals during a special class session on October 13, 2021. Teachers and students of the Palo Alto USD’s Advanced Authentic Research (AAR) program and their mentors were invited to join the special class via Zoom to collaborate and offer feedback. Attendees in the hybrid meeting included mentors, AER parents, Superintendent Viloria, and a handful of District staff.
Laguna Beach High School’s College and Career Center will host College Round-Up and Career Speaker on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. All LBHS students and parents are encouraged to attend the event, where there will be a guest speaker and approximately 99 colleges attending.
We often hope that through education, we can inspire and empower those we teach to take on life after school head-on and with confidence. That's exactly what happened to two past Laguna Beach Unified students, and now, as adults, they've found a friendship and mentorship in one of El Morro's teachers.
Laguna Beach High School Welcomed the 2021-2022 Authentic Exploratory Research Program Mentors
LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. - On Monday, September 13, our second Authentic Exploratory Research (AER) program cohort gathered in the LBHS Senior Patio for a welcome breakfast. Handpicked mentors connected individually with their mentees over breakfast as they began to learn more about one another and engage in preliminary discussions around the mentee's year-long project.
The AER independent research course provides the opportunity for students to propose their own driving questions in order to explore their passions and career pathways in a variety of fields. Students are purposefully matched with adult mentors to aid in their research and analysis. From Fashion Designers to Gaming Industry founders, mentors include Industry experts and leaders, and university-level academics.
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