New America Media, News Report, Stephanie Espinoza, Posted: Aug 02, 2012
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – With the beginning of the school year fast approaching, parents and students alike are gearing up for new classrooms, new teachers and, for many, new struggles.
By FABIAN GONZALEZ/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD– Students from Arvin High School and Golden Valley High School were among the 17 high schools in the Kern High School District (KHSD) to participate in the 24th Annual Physics Olympics at Bakersfield College on April 27.
By STEPHANIE ESPINOZA/South Kern Sol
Arvin High School Environmental Horticulture Academy hosted and all-day event to help student advance in their education and career goals.
By Tony Aguilar Coachella Unincorporated
Federal Financial Aid for many college students stands on the brink of annihilation if the newly proposed Republican budget passes in Congress.
by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA for NAM / South Kern Sol
ARVIN, Calif. — The public high school in Arvin has one of the largest student bodies of any school in Kern County, its 2,400 students coming mostly from the small rural communities of Lamont, Weedpatch and Arvin, just south of Bakersfield in California’s central valley.
By Stephanie Espinoza
Cynthia Gomez, 15, is a sophomore at Arvin High School in south Kern County.
By JOSE ‘PABLO’ ANTONIO/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD–The smell of hot savory pizza and the sound of laughter caused by the friendships forming filled Tony’s Pizza across the street from the Bakersfield College campus.
by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA and DIANA DELGADILLO/South Kern Sol
BAKERSFIELD–His door is always open for anyone to stop by.
by MIROSLAVA DE LEON
SOUTH KERN–For Dream Act students, whose hope is to attain ‘The American Dream,’ the dream is slowly becoming a reality.