Mt. San Jacinto College is excited to announce that beginning this fall, we are launching the MSJC Promise program that provides free tuition to first-time, full-time students.
According to Banning High School’s valedictorian for the Class of 2019, “There were lots of ups and downs. It wasn’t always easy, it wasn’t always fun.”
Following a national search, Rachel Beech, currently the assistant vice president of Admissions, Outreach and Transition in the Division of Student Affairs at Cal State San Bernardino, has been appointed the university’s associate vice president for Enrollment Management. She will begin her …
With a collective grade-point average of 4.57, 147 students from the class of 2019 at every comprehensive high school in Riverside County were honored at the April 22 Riverside County Student Academic Awards Dinner at the Riverside Convention Center.
Since Lily Yang of Banning runs cross country and plays a lot of soccer, the Nicolet Middle School student wanted to know what substance would likely replenish her electrolytes most efficiently.
Banning High School Performing Arts Theater and Career Technical Education Construction Academy held its official groundbreaking ceremony at Banning High School.
The Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Foundation will host its 11th Annual Gala to benefit MSJC students at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula.
Hugo Oliva Romero seemed impressed by the dual immersion language community at Central Elementary School, which performed a dance for him, and held an assembly in his honor.
In a multiple guess question off of an Academic Decathlon practice test, students were asked to guess the composer who created a symphony based on the “Babi Yar” poems of Yevgeny Yevtushenko.
State Superintendent Tony Thurmond praised the recent adoption of new California Arts standards by the State Board of Education, stating it is a critical step in enhancing creativity in students and preparing students for California’s “creative economy.”
Savannah Sontoski had her work cut out for her last Friday during the 2019 Beaumont Unified School District spelling bee.
The Beaumont Unified School District held a special study session last Saturday to discuss its options regarding year-round schools, building new schools and possibly returning San Gorgonio Middle School to a high school within the next five years.