Layla Landeros Creates Cheer Team for All

  • Posted by Geordie Scully
  • On February 10, 2017
San Marcos High’s Layla Landeros, a member of AAPLE – the Accelerated Academy Program for Leadership and Enrichment – was in the spotlight when she led the school’s Royal Gems cheerleading team, consisting of students with and without disabilities, in its debut at a varsity girls basketball game. “Layla has set an example for us […]
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San Marcos AAPLE Student Wins Grant to Increase ASL Awareness

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
At last month’s meeting, the Tri-County GATE Council awarded grants to students, parents, and teachers. San Marcos High School student Renee Handley, Grade 9, was awarded $100 for her grant proposal. Renee proposes to help raise awareness and understanding of the deaf community’s struggle by bringing members of the Santa Barbara City College American Sign […]
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AAPLE Students Selected to Participate in the Global Leadership

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
Zack Bordofsky, Alexis Flores, Clare Holehouse, Anastasia Kunz, Cole Kurth, Emerson Pizzinat, Alexandra Seyle, and Pauline Simes have all been selected to attend the Global Leadership Connection Conference. The GLC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to recognizing juniors in high school for outstanding leadership qualities and academic achievement. At the end of the conference approximately […]
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AAPLE Artists Have Artwork Displayed at the Faulkner Gallery

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
The following students (AAPLE in bold) have been juried into the The Grand Parent Art Show at the downtown public library in the Faulkner Gallery. The opening is Wednesday, April 3 from 5-7. It will be very crowded, but the show will be up through April 30th. . San Marcos High School Sponsor: Michelle Rainville […]
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AAPLE Student Receives High Praise in Art Competition

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
AAPLE’s Olivia Sturman has won the Santa Barbara Art Association Award and will be honored between 5–7pm Wed., Apr. 3, in the Faulkner Gallery of the Santa Barbara Public Library. Following remarks by an American Riviera Bank representative and mayor Helene Schneider (in front of approximately 500 people) Olivia will be given a congratulatory handshake […]
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AP statistics are out from last years round of exams

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
There are 4 categories: AP Scholars” with an average score of 3.43 (score 3 or higher on three or more exams), “AP Scholars with Honor” and an average score of 3.57 (average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, score 3 or higher on four or more exams), “AP Scholars with Distinction” […]
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AAPLE Student Zoe Shu Reifel Receives Award in Broadcom MASTERS

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
Congratulations to Zoe Shu Reifel who participated in a summer national science, technology, engineering, and math competition for U.S. students in grades 6-8. Called Broadcom MASTERS (math, applied science, technology, and engineering for rising stars), the program was established to inspire and encourage the nation’s young scientists, engineers, and innovators. Zoe’s award-winning project was entitled: […]
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Kurth Award Goleta Teen of the Year Runner-up

  • Posted by linkdmedia
  • On February 9, 2017
AAPLE senior Cole Kurth was honored as Goleta Teen of the Year runner-up. Kurth has a wide range of interests as well, including poetry, theater, Mock Trial, singing and Kids Helping Kids. The nonprofit organization is run by students and helps children in need locally and abroad. Kurth leads fundraising teams and received a grant […]
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