This Week's Headlines

  • Class of 2016 helps to produce the APCH Health and Garden Expo

    Marymount's sophomore class is working hard to to teach others how to live a healthy lifestyle. Their work will culminate this weekend at the APCH Health and Garden Expo.    
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  • Theology faculty member Bill Klein featured for Social Justice teaching

    Congratulations to Theology teacher, Bill Klein, who was recently featured on the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights website for his work using the 'Speak Truth to Power' curriculum as part his Morality and Social Justice class.   Click here to read the article on the RFK website.  (Scroll down on their site for the article)
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  • Kingdom Fair video projects as food for thought

    This year, as part of the service and theology programs, Marymount eleventh graders were given the opportunity to become video producers. In an effort to allow students to engage in contemporary issues in a meaningful way and teach them to craft a message through art, students selected a song, visuals and a few carefully chosen words to communicate a message about social justice.
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  • Meet faculty member Rebecca Bostic

    In an ongoing series designed to introduce freshman families to faculty members, English and Theology faculty member Rebecca Bostic is featured on our '9th Grade Life" page.   Click here to read Ms. Bostic's profile.
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  • "A new age of heroines"

    Service to others is in Marymount’s DNA. Kingdom Fair is the culminating event that celebrates this commitment to service and community outreach. Each year, all members of the junior class volunteer at service organizations around Los Angeles and share their experiences at this annual assembly.  

    On April 9th. Head of School Jacqueline Landry opened this year’s Kingdom Fair with a reminder to the community that, “we are only as happy and fulfilled as the least among us. This work that you do helps to lift up so many who are in need.”
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