Roosevelt High School has been honored with the California Gold Ribbon Schools Award, a program that was created to honor schools in place of the California Distinguished Schools Programs.
How one high school is closing the AP gap
CNUSD was one of 11 eleven districts throughout the state to be recognized as a Model SARB (School Attendance Review Board) district.
The Art Show plays an important role in encouraging students across Riverside County High Schools to pursue their interests in the arts.
The Inland Science and Engineering Fair provides a springboard for students from the Inland Empire to showcase their scientific minds at statewide and national competitions.
The top high school students from the class of 2015 in Riverside County—including the top 10 students in the county—were honored on Wednesday, April 15, at the 10th Annual Riverside County Student Academic Awards Dinner held at the Riverside Convention Center.
Dozens of award-winning entries from students in 4th and 5th grade, junior (grades 6-8) and senior (grades 9-12) divisions were honored at the Riverside County History Day Competition held at Arlington High School.
Through their First is First foundation, the Warners work to raise awareness of the challenges people with disabilities face every day and the need to include them in all aspects of every day life.
Roosevelt High School senior Jeremy Beck runs with a 7-inch scar down the middle of his chest and an undying dream to earn a college scholarship with his speed.
What if campaign 2015
Norco College will be hosting the 1st Annual Engineering for Kids Summer Engineering Camp. The goal of the camp is to bring hands on learning experiences to kids and help bridge the gap between concepts learned in the classroom and how they apply in real life situations.