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September 20, 1997 | NICK ANDERSON
Claremont High School, a 22-year-old academy that left its Huntington Beach campus this month amid financial troubles, is seeking to send some of its students and staff to another private school here, officials said Friday. Donna Connelly, Claremont's founder, said plans to open a reorganized version of the school in Long Beach next week fell through when she was unable to reach terms on a lease with a church there.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1997 | NICK ANDERSON
Claremont High School, a 22-year-old academy that left its Huntington Beach campus this month amid financial troubles, is seeking to send some of its students and staff to another private school here, officials said Friday. Donna Connelly, Claremont's founder, said plans to open a reorganized version of the school in Long Beach next week fell through when she was unable to reach terms on a lease with a church there.
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November 29, 1994 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The 200 students at Eldorado School for the Gifted built themselves an art room that tried to duplicate the work of ancient Egyptians. The project included paintings of Pharaohs, ceramic scarabs and row after row of small, brightly colored plastic mummies. Teacher Wendy LaGreen, who helped the kindergarten through 12th-grade students build artwork, said she learned that such projects can be accomplished inexpensively.
HOME & GARDEN
February 20, 1999 | JULIE BAWDEN DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When my daughter's teacher asked me to do a gardening project with her second-grade class at Eldorado School for the Gifted in Orange, I asked my daughter, Sabrina, if she thought edible flowers would interest her fellow classmates. "No," she said, in the straightforward manner of a 7-year-old. "The boys will think flowers are a girl thing." Because her class has more boys than girls, Sabrina's opinion momentarily dampened my enthusiasm.
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