Students say FIELD DAY is the best day of the year!
Students at the elementary campus say that FIELD DAY is the best day of the year! One student, Brayden Noone, said that his favorite parts of the day were the obstacle course and falling into the pool. Truly a highlight of the year, Coach Cereoli goes all out for this event. Students are divided into teams and compete in several fun activities. Points are kept throughout the day and in the end a winner is declared. This year's winner was Team USA! Parents and volunteers are encouraged to join in the fun by throwing water balloons at the students as they run the obstacle course. This highly anticipated end-of-year tradition is one that all the students look forward to and one which encourages our parents to be involved! Click here to view a highlight video featuring the traditional sixth grade tug-of-war.
Grace Elementary 6th grader, Mia Wright, began her annual event called OPERATION THANK BLUE 4 years ago. She had a desire in her heart to thank our local law enforcement so she decided to invite them over to her family’s home for homemade cookies and coffee.
Grace High School Robotics Teams competed in the first tournament of the ‘23-’24 season this past Saturday, October 28, in Tustin, CA along with 31 other High School teams from around Southern California. Senior and Team Captain Ian Nelson, along with Sophomores Jacob Patton, Nickolas Villa, and Gavin Willis, clinched the Design Award at the competition!
Students in Aerospace Engineering researched designs of paper airplanes in order to design one that could meet four challenges with a single paper airplane.