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Lynwood Unified School District

  • Firebaugh High School Boys’ Basketball Team Makes School History, Wins CIF Championships, Advances to State

    Firebaugh High School’s boys’ basketball team has had a record-breaking season, earning the most wins in Falcon history and, after its 76-31 victory over Big Bear High School on Feb. 24, the team added another monumental title to their belt – CIF Southern Section Division 5A Champions. The team now advances to the State Championships – which consists of five games – with the first round of the Division 5 State Championships against Coalinga High School taking place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27 at Firebaugh High School.

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  • Lynwood Unified Students Celebrate Black Excellence During Annual Teen Summit

    Over 300 Lynwood Unified School District students from Lynwood, Firebaugh and Vista high schools celebrated black excellence, participated in workshops and heard from inspiring speakers during the District’s Teen Summit on Feb. 22. The annual event – organized by the District’s Equity, Access and Instructional Services Department – is one of Lynwood Unified’s many efforts to bring together the rich cultures within the school community and encourages students to embrace their passions, break through barriers and become high achievers. Guest speakers included renowned coach and motivational speaker John Mosley Jr., who conducted a heartfelt session with students on preparing for success and holding themselves accountable for their personal growth. During his keynote, Mosley Jr. emphasized the importance of embracing hard work for future benefits.

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  • Lynwood Unified Students Receive $4.6M in Scholarships During Black College Expo Caravan

    Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) traveled to Lynwood and Firebaugh high schools during the annual Black College Expo Caravan event on Feb. 5, providing nearly $4.6 million in scholarships and granting 298 on-the-spot acceptances to some of the top HBCUs in the country. Hosted in partnership with the National College Resources Foundation, the event featured more than 20 college representatives who shared various career exploration opportunities with juniors and seniors and reassured students that their dreams of attending college are possible.

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