CAHS Student Recognized as one of 25 Most Remarkable Teens

Classical Academy High School senior, Crystal Sung, was named one of the 25 Most Remarkable Teens by the San Diego Public Defenders Office. Crystal was selected from hundreds of applicants for her political activism. She was nominated by the Executive Director of the Republican Party of San Diego County, Jordan Gascon. She received leadership recognition and commendations on May 10, 2019 at the Central Library fromAssemblyman Todd Gloria, County Supervisor Kristin Gaspar, and County
Supervisor Nathan Fletcher.

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CAHS Junior To Attend Youth Citizenship Seminar

Classical Academy High School student, Phillip Howard, was selected to attend Pepperdine University’s highly competitive Youth Citizenship Seminar (YCS). This five-day program is designed to stir new interest and greater passion and understanding of our country. Through inspiring presentations, interactive workshops, unique break-out sessions, and one-on-one communication with world renowned speakers and leaders, the seminar assists young adults in understanding and expressing national pride.  Students gain a renewed sense of purpose and learn to move their dreams into action. Congratulations to Phillip and thanks to Pepperdine University as they inspire the future leaders of our country.

How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex (Part 1)

CAHS Counselor Laura Hughes and Leslie Salazar Carillo discuss how to start the difficult conversation with your child about sexual health. They recommend tips for opening up communication and talking “with” your child and not “at” them, as well as helping them understand the  consequences of their decisions. This is part one in a two part series.

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CAHS Secures Six Year Accreditation Renewal

The visitation team from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) has informed Classical Academy High School and Classical Academy Online that they have been granted a 6 year accreditation. Executive Director Cameron Curry shared, “I am incredibly pleased with the effort to fulfill the visitation team’s obligations.  Our willingness to listen to their input, align with the needs of our community, and successfully achieve measurable results was the key factor in WASC giving us another 6 year term of accreditation.”

One Day for Education Campaign Raises $59,794 for Students!

The Classical Academies annual fundraising campaign, One Day for Education, set a new record this April, raising $59,794 for individual campus projects. This funding will make an incredible impact in improving athletic facilities, building school libraries, improving lunch quad areas, and more. Thank you to the 478 donors who participated as we celebrate our 20th anniversary of partnering with parents! We look forward to completing campus projects in the coming months and sharing our progress with you.

The Chronicle Receives 2019 Student Journalist Impact Award

CAHS yearbook students received the 2019 Student Journalist Award by the Journalism Education Association and Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society. The award was presented at the opening ceremony of the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention, in Anaheim. Students were awarded seven of the 11 categories entered, with two superior awards, one excellent award, and four honorable mentions.