Banning Unified School District

  • Banning High Student Honored at Art Showcase for Expressive Use of Colors

    Banning High School incoming sophomore Trinity Scholer is one of 18 high school students honored in the Riverside County Office of Education’s Fine Arts Spectacular Showcase, where her original artwork is on display as part of a virtual exhibit that debuted in May. Scholer was honored with the Expressive Use of Color Award for her drawing, “Art of Her,” a piece inspired by Black History Month that features more than 72 vivid colors blended to emphasize the beauty of African-American women.

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  • Banning Unified Celebrates Largest Graduating Class in Banning High History

    Banning Unified School District proudly recognized the achievement and academic excellence of 264 Class of 2022 graduates from Banning High School – the largest graduating class in the school’s history – during a commencement ceremony on June 2. Friends and family gathered at the Banning Broncos Sports Complex to celebrate the students with cheers and fireworks as they received many honors and accolades, including valedictorian, salutatorian, student of the year and the Banning High Principal’s Award.

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  • Banning Unified to Host Meet and Greet for Parents, Community

    Banning Unified School District will host a Meet and Greet event with Superintendent Terrence Davis and the Board of Education to discuss the past, present and future of the District. The Meet and Greet will be held at 5 p.m. on May 23 in the multipurpose room at Banning High School, 100 W. Westward Ave. Among those invited to the event are the Banning Chamber of Commerce members, elected officials, parents, students, staff and the greater community. During the event, community members will have the opportunity to comment on developments in the District and ask questions about opportunities available to students.

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