Balboa School Newsletter

World History Class 

In World History, they are studying the Industrial Revolution. To understand more about how the assembly line works as well as factory production versus products made by skilled workers, they performed a simulation. During the simulation, one person was assigned to be the artisan, who only needs to produce one product (snowflake). […]

By |May 30th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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Science Class 

Middle Schoolers have been working on a year long project.  Who can grow the biggest and best looking crystal.  They started with a supersaturated solution of aluminum potassium sulfate, way back in September and produced a ceed crystal withwhich to attach to astring and suspend in a growing solution of the same.  Every week […]

By |May 6th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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Athletics Scholarship 

Congratulations to Senior Malcolm Little on signing his National Letter of Intent to the University of Northern Colorado.  Malcolm is the second student athlete to sign an NLI and receive a full athletics scholarship for this school year.  Go Bears!

Open House 

By |May 3rd, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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College Acceptances

Congratulations to our Seniors who have been accepted to the following Universities as of April 15th

New York University (NYU)

Virginia Tech University

University at Buffalo- SUNY

Purdue University

Auburn University

University of Illinois-Chicago

University of Massachutsets-Boston

Binghamton University

SUNY Stony BrookTemple University

University of Sydney

Northern Colorado University (Full Athletics Scholarship)

UC IrvineUC Riverside

UC Santa Cruz

Gettysburg College

Penn State University

Ohio State University

University of Pacific

University of South […]

By |May 2nd, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

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 Spanish Class 

The target of Spanish class is more than just learn a language as communication tool.  Our target is learn the language in every single aspect:  to read,  to write,  to understand and express our ideas.  They are interactive classes, with lots of grammar and vocabulary practice. One of the main projects […]

By |March 23rd, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments

Celebrating 3.14 Math:p-Day and Einstein’s Birthday!

Precalculus, Algebra-I, Prealgebra, and Geometry students celebrated “p-Day in the US” and Einstein’s Birthday by watching the PBS Nova video “Inside Einstein’s Mind.”  If you think this was a `boondoggle’-think again!  Students were riveted as the video explained how Einstein translated “thought experiments” into abstract mathematics, which in turn described the large-scale structure of our universe […]

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OPEN HOUSE: March 17, 2019 Sunday12:30pm -2:00 pmBalboa School is accepting applications for all grade levels. There are limited spaces available in TK/K for the new Dual-language English/Mandarin elementary program. Come see what Balboa has to offer your child!

Student of the Month

The Student of the Month is Tatiana. Tatiana […]

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

LASER TAG FIELD TRIP You are never too old for hide-and-seek

Last Wednesday the Balboa school students and staff got to show off their hide-and-seek skills during a Laser Tag team building field trip in San Marcos.  The teams, consisting 11 students from 6 different countries, all grade levels and one teacher worked long and hard to win each round. After 4 intensive rounds Team Josh […]

By |March 6th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments


Ms. Conrad’s ERWC class is pairing and sharing their responses to a pre-reading activity. Each student has an opportunity to present their ideas to a classmate prior to sharing with the whole class during the analysis phase of the project.  This provides all students, especially English Language Learners, practice verbalizing their thoughts to only […]

By |March 6th, 2019|balboa school's news|0 Comments


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