Arvin High School alumni who are currently college freshmen share their college experience and their first semester at college
During their first semester in college, current freshmen have an experience that differs from their years in high school.
On February 6 “Our Story,” a musical focused on uplifting Black history, will be coming to Bakersfield at the Fox Theater.
Brandon Brown the CEO of School Yard Rap and also the producer, writer, and lead actor of Our Story spoke about the importance of teaching Black history beyond slavery and segregation.
Estefani and Oscar Arevalo have a small family in Kern County where they work, thrive, and educate the community about what it means to be deaf or hard of hearing.
Tuesday night Kern County Board of Education approved the Central for Arts and Technology (CAAT) petition to build a charter school with a memorandum of understanding (MOU).
On January 10, the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF), the California Teachers Association, California School Employees Association, Bakersfield Elementary Teachers Union, Disability Rights California, and other community-based organizations (CBO) will ask the Kern Board of Education to vote NO on the Central Academy of Arts and Technology (CAAT) Charter School Petition.
On December 3, 2022, Arvin High School’s We The People team won their congressional district competition for the 19th year in a row.