Paving the Way

Updated: Jun 19, 2019

On the third anniversary of the opening of our middle school, we cannot help but look at our 8th grade graduating class with great pride as they could not better represent our school’s core values of mutual respect and academic excellence. One can often see them reading, talking, or playing with our younger students with genuine care and smiles on their faces. At an age where challenging rules and authority is often the norm, our middle school students show us with each of their interactions that they have all grown up to be well-rounded, responsible, and respectful young individuals.


While graduating from a bilingual program as rigorous as ours is a major accomplishment on its own, seeing which high schools our students have all been accepted to is just as much of a testament to their academic success. With strong High School Placement Test results in hand, many of our middle school graduates from the past three years have been accepted into honors math and English programs at local public schools such as Foothill, Troy Tech, Sage Hill, and the Orange County School of the Arts, and also into private schools such as Santa Margarita Catholic High School and Damien High School.


On behalf of our whole community, we would like to congratulate our 2019 graduates, and thank them for paving the way for success for our entire student body!


Check out the gallery below to learn more about each of our amazing graduates from the 8th grade class of 2019!




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