The November ‘Coffee and Chat’ scheduled for Wednesday, November 10 will be changed to the following Wednesday, November 17. This schedule change occurred because we have the College Fair on November 9 and November 11 is holiday for the students.
Designers, there is still time to submit original work for the Fall 2015 Edition of WolfTales, Da Vinci Design’s publication for creative writing and art pieces by our very own students.
Wolf Tales is still collecting submissions until November 13, 2015. There is plenty of space left, so students with interesting or exceptional art/creative writing pieces are strongly encouraged to submit. Teacher and staff work is also still welcome.
The theme for this fall is “Mirrors” and featured artwork colors are to be amethyst and silver. Further details and submission guidelines below.
Let the editor Cat Pera (junior), know if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions, or check in with your English or Art teacher.
Regional Admissions Counselors of California (RACC) is sponsoring this event! Come learn about different out of state colleges and universities, and meet your representatives from those colleges and universities. Some of the schools that will be in attendance:
Syracuse University,TCU, University of Alabama, University of Arizona, Hawaii Pacific University, University of New Mexico, Lafayette University, University of Tennessee, and more!
All Da Vinci Schools (Design, Science, and Communications) and grade levels (9-12) are welcome!
The fair will take place at DV Science Forum, 13500 Aviation Blvd. Hawthorne CA 90250.
Ryman Arts Program is offering challenging, college-level studio art classes to high school students held on Saturdays at Cal State Fullerton and on Sundays at Otis College of Art and Design. Each accepted student receives a full scholarship which includes tuition, art supplies, and field trips. There is no charge to attend Ryman Arts.
Application deadline is December 4, 2015.
You can pick up the application at KGB’s office or fill it out online.
Please call or email Ms. KGB or Erin Knott today, Monday, December 7, 2015 if you would like to discuss having your student nominated so that the TASS program can send your student an application in the mail!
TASS is a free 6-week program for high school sophomores. Led by two professors, 12 to 18 students will live together in a residence hall at the host university. For the year of 2016, the seminars will be covering the following topics: Are you an American Citizen? A History of a Complicated Question (Cornell I); Exploring Cultural Identity through the Music of the Harlem Renaissance, Soul and Social Protest Movements, and Contemporary Hip Hop (Cornell II), The Black Struggle for Freedom: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (Indiana), and In Search of Identity: Performance of Blackness and Representations of Gender and Sexuality (Michigan). There will be no charge for tuition, books, or room and board.
Counselors and teachers must nominate sophomores that they feel will benefit from the TASS summer program by November 16th and no later than December 1. Nomination deadline extended to December 7th!