Schweitzer School was named a California Gold Ribbon School in 2016. Schweitzer School has won this award due to its excellent academic program and to the collaboration of staff and parents in providing that program. We are especially proud of our personnel, who believe that all of our students will succeed academically and will develop good character with the right kind of support. All of our teachers are considered highly qualified by the State of California, and work very hard to provide a high quality education to our students. Parents, classified staff, and support staff all work together to make sure Schweitzer students read and write daily. On the annual parent survey, 98% of our parents responded that their child is getting a good education at Schweitzer School.
The Anaheim Rotary Club's generosity has provided over 400 new backpacks filled with school supplies to students in the Magnolia School District. These supplies, including binders, pencils, crayons, and markers, help ease the financial strain on families during back-to-school preparations. The initiative showcases the significance of community engagement in fostering a positive learning environment, with the club's contributions expected to enhance students' confidence, enthusiasm for learning, and overall educational journey.
Project HERO and Sa-Rang Church's 12th Annual Hope Camp welcomed 50 Magnolia School District students from the program. High school alumni volunteers led STEM activities and outings, including a rocket launch. Every camper received sports equipment, creating a memorable and impactful experience.
Project HERO's successful Back to School Event provided over 200 students with essential supplies like uniforms, backpacks, and books. Collaborating with local partners, the event included former program students as volunteers and plans to support an additional 100 students in the weeks ahead.
Graduating high school seniors from Savannah High School, Magnolia High School and Oxford Academy visited their former Magnolia School District elementary schools on Monday, May 22, 2023. Seniors entered the schools accompanied by the marching band and paraded through their former schools. Students cheered as the seniors walked through, giving them high-fives and clapping their hands. Students and teachers made signs for the seniors and congratulated the graduates. This tradition provides our elementary students an insight of what they can accomplish and our teachers were beyond excited to see their former students in their caps and gowns.