The Music Departments fundraiser this Saturday night has been postponed. We have moved it back to April 2. The movie will still be "Max". Go GATORS!
Project Projectile NPAA Physics students were given a task to create a catapult which will be able to show how a projectile motion is affected by different factors. The class was divided into two groups and each group were able to design and create a catapult, a functional catapult at that. They were instructed by [...]
On Tuesday, November 10, Jacqui Irwin, former mayor of Thousand Oaks and now the state assembly person for our area, visited Mr. Laing’s government class. The Seniors were able to have a better understanding of how local and state government work on the citizens’ behalf. She explained how she, as a concerned citizen, was able [...]
Our boys Cross Country team successfully defended their league title last week at Griffith Park. That makes 4 years in a row for the boys. The girls had a great season but came up a little short. The boys were led by Charlie Carrigan, Matthew Negley, Edwin Tobar, and William Su. Big thanks to our [...]
True Grits School Uniforms will be hosting an ONLINE ONLY sale from October 19 - 24. Parents will receive 20% off their purchase in honor of Customer Appreciation Week. Please pass the attached flyer on to your parents! Any additional advertisement of this flier, such as in the school newsletter or on your website would be greatly appreciated.Customer Appreciation TG
A note from Ms. George: Just a quick note to parents that Parent's Web will be offline until Friday 5 pm as we finalize report cards and make some other maintenance changes. Thank you for your patience. Please remember that Parent Teacher conferences are October 28 from 4-7 p.m. Report cards and attendance reports will [...]
On October 8, Mr. Laing’s Government class visited the Reagan Library. The students had just finished studying a unit on the Executive Branch (U.S. Presidents) and were able to connect with one of our famous leaders by visiting the Reagan Library in Simi Valley. After a quiz and last [...]
We recently had our first week of prayer this year, and the theme was “RECHARGE”. It was invigorating to see how every morning our students filled up the chapel to worship God with our Praise Band and enjoy the great talks from our speaker, Alan De Leon. Praise Band did a great job, putting many [...]
Our ladies traveled across town to take on last years league champs the Hillcrest Christian Saints. We were minus a couple of starters. Jasmine was coming back from a trip with her dad and Jana Fritz is nursing a bad knee. In the end the ladies lost in straight sets. Their next game is Oct. [...]
Gator Ladies Volleyball team moved to 4-0 with a straight set victory on the road versus league opponent Summit View. Way to go ladies.