Monrovia High School Senior Nathan Nakamura has been selected as a National Merit Scholar Semifinalist for earning a high score on his PSAT, placing him in the top 1 percent of high school seniors across the nation. Nakamura earned a 1500 out of a possible 1520 PSAT score.
Plymouth Elementary families gazed at a rising, red moon through telescopes, made glowing multi-colored paper lanterns and tasted sweet Chinese moon cakes during the school’s first Moon and Stars Night, celebrating the mid-autumn, or moon, festival on Oct. 6.
Monrovia Unified School District’s award-winning Village Extended School Program, which provides before- and after-school support for more than 600 District elementary and middle school students, will host a Lights On After School celebration highlighting student achievement with entertainment, songs and dance.
Clifton Middle School seventh-grade student Caroline Squirre is excited to learn how to build her projects through the school’s brand new 3-D printers and laser cutter, in addition to having an education focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), to help pave the road to her dream of attending the California Institute of Technology.
Santa Fe robotics students guided their robot to launch plastic balls into a basket while another group of students operated a green screen photo booth as their community celebrated the reopening of their school as a computer science magnet during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 6.
Monrovia Unified School District will unveil Santa Fe Computer Science Magnet School with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony. The reopening of the middle school will be dedicated to preparing students for the demands of college and an increasingly competitive job market.
Wild Rose Elementary students peeked through a square opening in their handmade sun projectors, made from a cardboard shoe box, hoping to safely catch a glimpse of the mid-morning solar eclipse on Aug. 21.
For the first time this millennium, a total solar eclipse will be visible in the contiguous U.S. on Monday, Aug. 21 – providing Monrovia Unified students with an amazing opportunity to learn about astronomy by experiencing a celestial phenomenon.
Sporting Azusa Pacific University (APU) T-Shirts and holding pennants during a July 26 Monrovia Unified Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Dr. Katherine Thorossian signed an agreement with APU President Dr. Jon R. Wallace to provide high school students a pathway to a high-quality, affordable university education.
A variety of programs are being offered as intervention measures during the 2017 Summer School. Due to these specialized programs, summer school dates vary by site and program. For a list of our programs, click on the Summer School tab under Educational Services or link is provided below.