Santa Catalina's performing arts clubs put on their annual showcase.
Categories include applied mechanics, environmental engineering, environmental science, and zoology.
Here are the winners from Santa Catalina's first pi-ku contest.
The state pole vault champ previously received an award from the Pacific Coast Athletic League.
Artwork on display at Carmel's Cherry Center through March 23.
After reading and analyzing the play, English classes bring it to the stage.
Cougars finish with nine wins behind leading scorers Niamh '21 and Sarah '21 and goalkeeper Emily '19.
Five Catalina artists are on display in the "For the Love of Art" exhibit through March 5.
Five works earn Gold Keys and move on to national judging.
Catalina allows girls to grow into confident, capable women. The school invests so much into the well-being of each student and teaches us lifelong lessons. Although we are only here for four years, the memories we make will last a lifetime.
What is life like as a boarding student?
Being a boarder at Catalina has been an experience I will remember forever. The friendships I have made with other students are ones I will keep forever.
The all-girls environment has allowed me to explore my potential and discover things I didn't know about myself. I feel I'm a better version of myself because of my time here.
What is your favorite class at Catalina?
My favorite class is Philosophy. I enjoy the way we study different points of view on what life means.
I love that Catalina is a boarding school. It is an amazing experience to learn a foreign language in the classroom and then go to the dorms and talk with someone from that country.
Hometown: Seaside, California
Activities: Tennis, swimming, piano, violin, Lady Rhythmics (student performance group)
Favorite spot on campus: Study Hall
What is the one thing you think people should know about Catalina?
There is no other place you would want your daughter to be than at Catalina. The experience here is hard to explain in a short period of time, such as a visit day. Once you are here every day, you experience the special moments inside and outside the classroom that make Catalina such a great learning environment.
Catalina is my second home. The way students are welcomed with open arms and the amazing alumnae network really give Catalina a sense of sisterhood. It is a special thing to know that I will always have Catalina to return to.
What is your favorite Catalina tradition?
Ring Week! The festivity and the anticipation of "earning" your class ring is so much fun. It is a memorable milestone in every girl's Catalina career. The feeling of sisterhood is strong between ring sisters, and it really brings the school community together with smiles and laughter.