Thank you to everyone who golfed, volunteered, sponsored, and donated to the 2019 Husky Classic Golf Tournament. We look forward to hosting it again next year!
News & Announcements
Thanks to all the parents and guardians who joined us for Back to School Night!
We were extremely thrilled to see so many new and returning families at our third annual Husky Pride Picnic.
The video for the May 23 Coffee House performances can be found here or on our Youtube page.
The video for Beauty and The Beast Jr., our middle school musical, is now available here or on Youtube.
Performing Arts Night allows music and theater students to highlight the work they've done throughout the year. Additionally, graduating seniors who have worked in the performing arts are recognized.
Congratulations to the varsity boys’ basketball team for their third consecutive CIF Southern Section title and congratulations to the varsity girls’ basketball team for an amazing season! The entire community is immensely proud of both teams because they continually put in the hard work and effort that takes them to new levels every year. Additionally, a special thanks to all the members of our community who come out to support our teams. Go Huskies!
It was an enormous honor to host Bineta Ngom, author of Becoming an Angel of Change: A Senegalese Woman's Journey to Inspire the Global Community Through Her Empowering Life Stories, on campus for her conversation with Kathy Hagee, History Department Chair and Global Studies Coordinator. If you could not make it to the event, the video is now available for viewing online.
The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards recognize high achieving students in the fields of a visual arts and writing. Rolling Hills Prep and Renaissance Schools are pleased to announce that eight of our students have received four gold medals, six silver medals, and eight honorable mentions.
The Future City project encourages students to imagine hypothetical cities that address major societal issues through thoughtful urban planning and design. On January 19, middle school students traveled to San Diego to present their projects in the Southern California Regionals.