Claremont School News
On Monday the Claremont Police Department announced it had selected Brittany Sornborger to be the next school resource officer. The SRO handles most calls for service at Claremont’s public school campuses as well as related duties including attending afterschool events such as football games.
On Thursday, the Claremont High School girls tennis team added a fifth consecutive title to their history after they defeated Glendora High School at home, 16-2. The match not only closed out Palomares league play, but also extended the team’s unbeaten run to 12 matches.
The CHS girls varsity tennis team continues its dominance in the Palomares League with an impressive 15-3 win over the Alta Loma Braves on Tuesday, Followed by an equally commanding victory over Glendora, 16-2, on Thursday.
by Mick Rhodes | email@example.com COVID-19 cases at Claremont High School spiked again this week, rising from 43 to 55 as the outbreak there continued, but student quarantines across all […]
A Claremont High School teacher was off the job Friday after inflammatory comments allegedly made to students Thursday resulted in the school district opening an investigation into the incident. Witnesses say Rosalinda Castillo, a physical education teacher, was opposed to COVID vaccines and testing.
If you’re not a Sycamore parent, you might not have heard of the ‘Be-Leaf’ in Sycamore campaign; however, if you’re a resident or a frequent passerby, you’ve likely seen the yard signs popping up on residents’ lawns over the last few weeks.
A once strong partnership turned bitter over the purchase price of School of Theology property. On June 5, 1957, The Claremont Colleges signed off on a real estate transaction with the Southern California School of Theology (soon to be known as the Claremont School of Theology) to sell 16.4 acres of its Village-adjacent land for $107,500. Both parties coexisted happily for nearly 60 years, but in 2015, the relationship hit the rocks, hard.
by Gabriel Fischer It’s 11:40 a.m. I sit on the concrete ground to the side of the outdoor COVID-19 testing stations, waiting to observe students passing through. Two people have […]
by Mick Rhodes | firstname.lastname@example.org Reporting on COVID-19 among Claremont public school students is an unpredictable job. Just last week, the COURIER reported the district’s new cases fell to just […]
On Tuesday, Claremont High School cross country coach Bill Reeves’ frustration was growing. He had a room full of antsy teenagers but school health officials were concerned that it was over 100 degrees and might be too hot to exercise outside.
by Mick Rhodes | email@example.com Though officials are hesitant to celebrate, there’s no denying the good news out of Claremont Unified School District. After two weeks of rising positive diagnoses […]
The bad news is the number of Claremont Unified School District students quarantined due to COVID-19 infection or exposure rose sharply this week, with Condit Elementary’s outsized numbers deemed an “outbreak” by Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
The defending San Antonio League champion Claremont High School Wolfpack football team is off to a rough start this season, but that may be part of the plan.
Last week the Claremont Courier published a letter from a faculty member at the Claremont School of Theology (CST) describing events which they say have led it to stay in Claremont.
Being a leader and teaching others run in the bloodlines of Rahkiah Brown, who just a few weeks ago became the new principal for Sumner Danbury Elementary School.
The last time you heard from Claremont School of Theology (CST) in the COURIER, we were planning a move to Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. In case you did not know, we never moved. I am writing today to share the story of why we never left. My name is Dr. Frank Rogers, and I moved to Claremont more than thirty years ago as a young scholar.