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‘Birdie’ Sings Dressler’s Swan Song

The curtain goes up on the Park Avenue Players’ presentation of “Bye Bye Birdie,” Friday, March 13, for a three weekend run in the Laguna Beach High School Artists’ Theatre. The production will be the final spring musical by director Mark Dressler, who after 25 years with the...

Class Notes

District Spotlights its Employee of the Year El Morro Elementary maintenance worker Diego Perez, a 16-year employee of the school district, was named employee of the year. “His skill level, attention to detail, and passion to support our schools clearly set him apart and make it...

Breakers Tooling Up for Major Meet

Track & Field Breakers competed in a non-scoring meet with El Dorado on Thursday, March 5, and traveled to Palos Verdes Saturday, March 7, for another meet. The squad ‘s next competition is the annual Trophy Meet here on March 21.

Cameron Karkoska Sets Record

Swimming (1-0) Laguna’s talented swim program opened the 2015 season with a pair of dual meet wins with the boys topping Pacifica 109-61 and the Girls winning 108-59. Cameron Karkoska wasted no time on the school record book assault, recording a 47.09 in the 100 free breaking the...

Breakers Start Strong

Boys Volleyball (1-0) Breakers faced two tough matches this past week with D-1 # 4 San Clemente on Tuesday, March 10 a real test. Santa Margarita this past Thursday is ranked # 9 in the latest SSCIF D-I poll. This Saturday, Laguna will return to the UCSB Thunderdome for the 40th...

Boys Split a Pair of Matches

Boys Tennis (2-1) Breakers defeated San Juan Hills 11-7 on Tuesday, March 3, but dropped a 12-6 contest to Newport Harbor on Thursday, March 5. The 2015 squad is dominating in doubles play but continues to struggle in singles. This past week Laguna traveled to J Serra and hosted...

Golf Team Plays a Full Week

Boys Golf (2-0) Laguna took their second match from Sage Hill beating the Lightning 197-210 on Wednesday, March 4 at the Aliso Viejo County Club. Breakers faced Dana Hills this past week in two matches and will play Aliso Viejo in a pair next week.

Rough Start for Pitchers at Newport Elks

Baseball (0-3) Laguna’s 77th season got off to a rough start for the pitching staff. On Thursday, March 5, Evan Chalmers (Laguna ’82) brought his Newport Harbor squad for a rare visit to Laguna and the Tars won 7-2 for a 16th win by Newport in the 18-game series that dates back...

Former Breaker Makes Waves at Dodger Stadium

With two on and two out in the top of the sixth inning of a 1-1 game, former Laguna Beach High School shortstop Keaton Jones (’11) stared down an 0-2 count and belted a two-run double to left center to lead Texas Christian University over defending College World Series champions...

Athletes Receive Winter All-League Honors

Girls Water Polo (OCL 1st Place) Co-MVP Makenzie Fischer (Sr) Aria Fischer (So) First Team Holly Parker (Jr) Bella Baldridge (So) Mia Salvini (Jr) Second Team Haley Evans (Jr) Natalie Selin (Jr)     Boys Basketball (OCL 3rd Place) First Team Blake Burzel (Fr) Second...

Thurston’s Surf Team Wins 2nd at State Championships

The Thurston Middle School Division 1 surf team took second place this past weekend at the National Scholastic Surfing Association state championship at Church Beach at San Onofre. This was the first time Thurston has entered a team, and their second place finish has qualified...

Still Time to Enter Track Meet

The city’s annual Boys & Girls Track Meet is planned for 5-8 p.m. Friday, March 20, at Laguna Beach High School. All children born in or after the year 2000 who reside in or attend school within the Laguna Beach Unified School District boundaries are invited to attend....

Mobility Moves Into the Classroom

Innovative classrooms are the focus of Schoolpower’s upcoming fund-a-need goal, intended to give a kick-start to a recent Laguna Beach district initiative. In Carrie Denton’s environmental sciences lab, which serves as Laguna Beach High School’s first test site, there is no front...
Posted On 05 Mar 2015

Deadline Nears for Scholarship Applications

The Laguna Beach High School Scholarship Foundation will once again award LBHS seniors more than $300,000 in scholarships this year. From journalism to robotics, athletics to humor, 156 graduating students can apply to over 250 scholarships in 13 different categories. The...

Class Notes

Boston Students Make the Grade Three Laguna Beach residents, students at Boston University, have been named to the dean’s list for the fall semester. They are Haley Castuera, Alexander Monda and Morgan Myers. Youngsters Learn to Make Art A hands-on workshop taught by professional...