Madison High students win statewide culinary competition

Posted: Wednesday, March 21st 2018

With a menu that included ceviche, pork tenderloin stuffed with chorizo and cilantro pistou, and salted caramel cremeux, three Madison High School students cooked their way past 23 other teams to win the 16th annual California ProStart Cup.

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Education to Employment program helps students identify career interests, connect with industry professionals

Posted: Monday, March 19th 2018

Would you be drawn to Pay-Doh, building blocks or an odd looking figure made of paper cups, tin foil, paper clips and other random items? Would an empty table with the word “lead” or “mentor” draw you in? 

As part of the Education to Employment (E2E) program at Kearny High School, students participate in lessons like “Let Them Play,” in which they tour 15 stations like “build,” “lead” or “mentor” and they choose which lessons interest them the most. The idea is that these lessons will ultimately lead students toward a career path most suitable for them.

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Students, teachers awarded by College Career program, actor Nick Cannon

Posted: Friday, June 3rd 2016

An aquaponics automation project, reducing plastic-disposal at a high school and business plans for acrophonics are among creations awarded by the College, Career and Technical Education Program (CCTE), and actor Nick Cannon, for the 2015-16 school year.

Cannon, a San Diego native and host of NBC-TV's America's Got Talent, awarded three student teams as part of his America's Teen Mogul Competition.

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Growing, cooking, teaching are passion for Madison High chef

Posted: Tuesday, February 16th 2016

“It’s all about knowing where your food comes from,” Chef Emilia Zelaya says at the beginning of Culinary Arts class on a Monday morning at Madison High School. Monday is garden day, and the students spend the morning composting, pruning and planting. The garden is transitioning between seasons, but onions and strawberries still grow.

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For the latest, tune into the Hoover High NEST

Posted: Tuesday, January 26th 2016

Hoover High's NEST (News-Entertainment-Student-TV) is a fast-paced, student-produced news program with all the latest from the City Heights campus. Telecast since early 2015 on YouTube, the program talks about events at the school and student life, all produced by the school's broadcast journalism students.

Check out the show's YouTube Channel and the latest edition.

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