The Rowland Unified School District is proud to serve 16,000 students at 20 elementary and secondary schools in the communities of Rowland Heights (Named “2011 Best Place to Raise Kids in California” by Bloomberg Businessweek), Walnut, La Puente, City of Industry, and West Covina. The District has four National Blue Ribbon Schools, four International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools (both high schools and two K-8 Academies) and an award winning Career Pathways program for all high school students. The District is committed to the arts and is known for its unique blue music busses - mobile music classrooms that provide music instruction to all elementary schools. Graduates earn more than $2 million in scholarships to attend the nation’s leading universities and colleges. Visit www.RowlandSchools.org.
Jose Perez: Nogales High School student and avant guard fashion designer will present his collection, “Beauty Killer.”
Ulices Leyva: Nogales High School student sculptor who works in high fired ceramics will present “Natural Rhythms.”
Jason Campos: Nogales High School student artist uses a combination of street art and abstraction in acrylic paint in his show called, “Freedom of Speech.”
Alberto Hernandez: Nogales High School film student who will feature his script and short film “The Diner” – Memories can be lost in a moment.
“The Diner” is a 34 page script written and filmed by Nogales High School senior Alberto Hernandez, who has battled with a brain tumor.