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Balboa School Newsletter

Music Class

1st period students are deep into their song creation. They had several goals.

Create a song structure within the software.  COMPLETEWrite lyrics for verse and chorus. ALMOST COMPLETEEstablish a chord progression. COMPLETERecord all the individual tracks of music. WORKINGFinish the mixdown.  NOT STARTED YETPerform song at Talent show.  YEA!!!!!!!

Open House for New […]

By |February 14th, 2020|balboa school's news|0 Comments

Balboa School Newsletter

English Class

For English class, we are covering the Victorian Age. A time of industrial revolution, British imperialism, Darwinism, social injustice and of course great literature. Getting students interested in Victorian literature is challenging, but it is still important. The detailed scenic descriptions and focus on characters offer excellent examples of how to become […]

By |February 10th, 2020|balboa school's news|0 Comments

Balboa School Newsletter

Boys Basketball Team

Our Boys Basketball team took a trip to East Coast over the Christmas break to participate in the Governors Challenge in Salisbury, MD and the Mustang Madness in Paducah, KY. We were also privileged with being able to go down into Washington DC and spend a couple of days in […]

By |February 4th, 2020|balboa school's news|0 Comments

Balboa School Newsletter

Science Class

Biology class is learning about the cell division, along with the cells structure and functions. We are learning the process of binary fission, which is the division of prokaryotic cells, along with the division of eukaryotic cells, which is called mitosis and meiosis.  Here they are diagramming an animal cell and locating […]

By |February 3rd, 2020|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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Championship 

The National Team went to EL Paso, Tx to participate in the 2019 McDonalds Classic. The guys came together as a team and brought back home the championship trophy. We were the only team from California to participate so it was us against the world in every game. Each game was tough […]

By |December 20th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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Java Coding Class

This year in Java coding class, students learned about some basic terms and concepts of computer science as well as actually writing programs in Java. 

We started by learning terms about computer hardware, such as RAM, ROM, CPU, input and output devices, and memory. We then discussed which operating systems students already use […]

By |December 16th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

Balboa School Newsletter

Mathematics at Balboa School

Period 4 Mathematics is comprised of a very special group of students.  Prealgebra students are studying the Pythagorean Theorem to ensure that a rocket is perpendicular to the ground prior to launch.  For example, a private space company, Personal Space, is designing and testing a rocket for tourist trips into low-orbit […]

By |December 9th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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Fall Festival

Last week, students participated in our first annual Fall Festival here at Balboa School.  The festival consisted of a cake walk, sumo suits, zorb balls, interactive inflatables, water balloon toss, and of course, the students were able to dunk some of their favorite teachers and the principal in the dunk tank!!! […]

By |November 25th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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Tournament Champion 

Our Boys Basketball team travelled down to Tijuana, Mexico for a tournament. This was the first official tournament to kick off our season. Our guys played extremely hard and finished the weekend with a 7-0 record and were named Tournament Champions for the 2nd year in a row. With 25 guys […]

By |November 19th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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History Class

In United States History class, the students are learning about the Pilgrims and Mayflower Compact, first instance of self-government in the present-day United States. To learn more about how and why this important document was founded, the students had to act in “Mayflower Compact, the Play.” They all did an amazing […]

By |November 11th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments