The University of Redlands has unveiled its new tribute to innovative learning.
Redlands Unified Superintendent Mauricio Arellano announced new state legislation to the Board of Education regarding vaccine mandates and graduation requirements during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
The Friends of A.K. Smiley Public Library will host an October special sale from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 22. The sale continues from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday and from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
Over the weekend, Redlands Christian Schools (RCS) hosted their Centennial Celebration — a three-day event attended by students, alumni, faculty and staff to celebrate 100 years of faith-based education in Redlands.
The San Bernardino County Board of Education voted 3-1 to appoint Michael Gallo to fill the vacancy in Trustee Area D at its special meeting held September 20.
Have you ever wondered what your dog is thinking or if cows have feelings? Are you interested in the reasons behind the behavior of animals and wish you could learn more about them? University of Redlands' new major in human-animal studies might be for you.
Crafton Hills College (CHC) students are invited to a free virtual transfer fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21, where they can learn about more than 65 universities.
The University of Redlands was recently named a top university by several high-profile organizations, including Washington Monthly and U.S. News & World Report.
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Crafton Hills College (CHC) has one of the most respected emergency medical services programs in the state. The program’s newest paramedic director is a well-respected skills instructor for fellow first responders and a product of the Yucaipa-based college’s program.
New University of Redlands President Krista L. Newkirk said the school's commitment to innovation inspired her to make the move from South Carolina to Southern California.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have slowed many industries or even brought them to a halt, but the demand for multimedia, graphic design and animation is greater than ever. Crafton Hills College (CHC) is ready to meet that need with new classes this fall, including brand new courses in virtual a…
After a year hiatus due to COVID, the Redlands Country Club Scholarship Fund once again awarded scholarships in 2021.
The Redlands Unified Board of Education unanimously approved the district's Reopening School and Safety Plan during its meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 10.
Redlands Unified students returned to school on Wednesday, Aug. 11. Students are back to a traditional schedule with in-person instruction for both elementary and secondary levels.
Shortly before 7 in the morning 13-year-old Ariel Lopez waited with dozens of other members of Boys & Girls Clubs from Redlands and San Bernardino to be let into the Kohl’s Department store.
San Bernardino Community College District Chancellor Diana Z. Rodriguez has appointed Scott W. Thayer to serve as interim president of San Bernardino Valley College. He began his tenure this week while the district prepares a search to fill the permanent position.
On July 19, the University of Redlands welcomed its newest Bulldog — Krista L. Newkirk, the 12th president of the university since its founding in 1907.
The Redlands Unified School district has been sending fourth-grade students on the Smiley Heritage Tour since the early 1980s. Due to COVID-19, last year was the first time students could not participate.
The Redlands Unified Board of Education appointed Todd Rossi as Judson & Brown Elementary’s new principal during its special meeting on Tuesday, July 6.
The San Bernardino Community College District secured $37 million in state funding to build a new performing arts education center at Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa and a workforce training center at San Bernardino Valley College.
The University of Redlands Facilities Management Department has begun replacing lighting fixtures and its aging, inefficient irrigation system on its iconic quad between the Administration Building and Memorial Chapel.
Redlands children can enter the Redlands Kids’ Riddle Contest for a chance to win six Diamond Club behind-home-plate tickets and two V.I.P. parking passes to the Angels vs. Mariners baseball game at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 18.
The Redlands Unified Board of Education announced the district is expanding its Golden Bell award-winning eAcademy during its meeting on Tuesday, June 15.
The students wanted to find a way to make Compact Careers Club work this year at Redlands High School, Redlands East Valley High School and Citrus Valley High School, even if they would not be allowed to do in-person activities like mixers, career speakers and mock interviews.
On Wednesday morning, June 9, and again that evening, 480 seniors graduated from Citrus Valley High School according to Assistant Principal Curtis Marcell. The morning celebration, held at the Redlands Bowl, met with beautiful blue skies and mild temperatures before the afternoon heat arrived.
Assemblyman James Ramos hosted a virtual forum with the Redlands Unified School District on Wednesday, June 9, to talk about expectations for the 2021-22 school year.
The U.S. Department of Education has designated the University of Redlands as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), recognizing the institution’s ongoing commitment to serving Hispanic/Latinx Americans among the university’s student populations.
The University of Redlands celebrated an inaugural Juneteenth event Tuesday through Thursday at redlands.edu/juneteenth. This virtual event is free and open to the public.
SACRAMENTO – A measure to help ensure Native American students may exercise their right to wear items of spiritual or cultural significance at high school graduations has been unanimously approved.
San Bernardino Community College District trustees have appointed San Bernardino Valley College President Diana Z. Rodriguez the district’s 15th chancellor. Rodriguez will lead the mission of a system that serves 20,000 students through Crafton Hills College, San Bernardino Valley College, a…
Crafton Hills College virtual commencement celebrates Class of 2021virtually celebrated 758 graduates of the Class of 2021, who earned 855 degrees and 616 certificates amid a global pandemic. The virtual commencement ceremony was streamed live on the college’s website, YouTube and Facebook o…
The Redlands Unified School District received $15.7 million in learning grant funds from AB 86, the Board of Education announced on Tuesday, May 25.
Noah Sorenson, a senior at Redlands East Valley High School, has been appointed to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy as a member of the class of 2025.
The University of Redlands board of trustees has announced that Jamison “Jim” J. Ashby, Class of ’82, has been unanimously elected as its next chairman. He assumes this role for a five-year term, effective July 1.
The Redlands Educational Partnership honored several individuals for their contributions to public education this year as part of REP’s 33rd Evening of Appreciation celebration, held virtually on May 6.
Five Crafton Hills College Honors Institute students and one Honors faculty member have been awarded the 2021 national President’s Volunteer Service Award for completing over 100 hours of community service during a 12-month period in 2020-21.
If you think tuition at private University of Redlands is out of sight, think again, says Kevin Dyerly, U of R vice president for finance and chief financial officer.
A partnership between American Medical Response (AMR) and Crafton Hills College is creating a clear pathway to employment for high school students who have the interest and compassion needed to be on the front lines of emergency response.
The Crafton Hills College Child Development Center plans to reopen on Aug. 9 as COVID-19 cases steadily decline and vaccination rates rise across the county.