|Name: Carmina Kendall
Age: 8 Grade: 3
I chose: Magnolia Student Center
Why? To get a solid foundation on
Math and Science and become a
Carmina says: “Multiplication and
division are hard, but I practiced
and now they are easier.” She
likes to play with GoldieBox, an
engineering toy for girls.
Our campus offers two innovative programs serving grades K-12.
Magnolia Academy (K-8): This program provides four days of engaging, integrated core classroom instruction with a focus on community connections. Mondays are parent-supported home study days that allow students time to develop mastery on personalized skill goals and complete individual project work.
Renaissance Real-World High School (9-12): Do you want a truly different high school experience? Discover a high school that emphasizes deeper connections with fewer teachers and ensures that every student is prepared for both college and the world of work through rigorous, supported courses, school-organized internships, and concurrent college enrollment. Students graduate with a resume of experiences and skills, a UC-ready transcript, college units and friends that will last a lifetime.
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News + Announcements
May 4, 2018
Amber Kilman, a lifeguard at Magnolia Student Center, is a gifted swimmer. She has been swimming competitively as part of club and school teams since age 7.
May 4, 2018
Andrew Elliott, a special education teacher at the Magnolia Student Center, will star in the romantic comedy Enchanted April, a play running June 2-24 at the Redlands Footlighters Theatre. He portrays the character, Frederick Arnott.
March 15, 2018
Elijah Kinney, 14, is a 9th grader at Magnolia Student Center. He had been a victim of bullying at his former public school, but transferred to Magnolia and not only escaped the abuse but has excelled academically as well.
January 24, 2018See All News
The Magnolia Student Center 6th grade class of teacher Tricia Williams reached out to cheer the spirits of children battling cancer in Loma Linda University's Children's Hospital.