Keystone Academy Open House/Ribbon Cutting

Solana Beach K-8 hybrid school, Keystone Academy, previously Academy Learning Center, held a ribbon cutting and open house on Feb. 26.
Keystone Academy has a 12:1 student teacher ratio and provides an academically rigorous curriculum aligned with the California Gifted
and Talented Educational (G.A.T.E.) standards, an approach that challenges all students to think critically and creatively while performing at their highest level possible. For information about Keystone Academy,
visit www.keystone-school.com or call (858) 847-3366.

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  5. Torrey Pines High School Advanced Math Open House

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