We’re Better Together: Volunteer & Visitor Guidelines, 2014-2015

Dear Journey School Families and Friends: As highlighted at Back to School Night, the Journey staff is lucky. We serve 402 bright, compassionate students in partnership with 275 dedicated families and dozens of generous community partners. It’s an exciting time at Journey and we thank you for your service.   In light of our growth […]

Journey School Named STEM Award Finalist, Students Excel in Science & Health

Science in Action

Congratulations Students for ONGOING EXCELLENCE in Science! Last year, the CA Superintendent of Public Instruction recognized Journey for excellence in Environmental Education, Health, and Stewardship; US Secretary of Education Duncan then selected Journey as a US Green Ribbon School; and students hosted federal, state, and local officials on campus to share their learning experiences. We […]

Thanks for Lighting Our Journey: A Briefing from the Journey School Foundation

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Dear Journey School Friends & Partners, As we wrap up 2013-14, which marks the 2nd year of the revitalized Journey School Foundation, we thank you for your generous support of Journey School and for the amazing opportunities you make possible for students. This year our community raised over $112,000 in monetary donations and more than $88,000 […]

Journey Alumni Advice for a Smooth High School Transition

Read these tips for high school success from Journey School alumni: Check your high school website a lot—seize opportunities Set up a meeting with your counselor—get the scoop Challenge yourself: A-G University Requirements Participate in sports, clubs, and ASB—get involved Manage your time and take good notes—be organized Take advantage of tutorials—ask for help early […]

Authentic and Deeper Learning in Journey’s 8th Grade

Haley wrote a novel. Chloe installed clean water filters in a rural Nicaraguan village. Simon studied the evolution of music and is ready to jam on the guitar. Serena tapped the wisdom of the elderly. And John explored static electricity. Do you want to see what 8th Graders are truly capable of when they’re empowered […]