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Celebrating 10 Years!

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John Muir High School Celebrates its 2016 Engineering Medallion Recipients


Muir Student Earns Schools 3rd Gates Millennium Award


Pasadena, CA – John Muir High School senior Prakash Dass has been named a 2016 Gates Millennium Scholar, becoming the school’s seventh winner of the prestigious academic scholarship since 2005, it was announced today by Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) officials.  Marshall Fundamental and Pasadena High School were also named recipients of the 2016 Silver Medal from US News & World Report as part of the magazine’s Best High Schools ranking.

“Congratulations to Prakash and John Muir High School for this extraordinary achievement,” said Superintendent Brian McDonald. “Behind every student’s success are hundreds of hours of work by a team of excellent teachers and staff. I would also like to congratulate the students, faculty, staff and families of Marshall and PHS on their silver medal ranking.”

A student in John Muir’s Engineering and Environmental Science Academy, Prakash plans to major in engineering and has been accepted to UCLA, California State University Pomona and CSU San Luis Obispo. He is a member of John Muir’s Solar Cup Team and participated in the Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation summer program at Pasadena City College.

“This is a great accomplishment for John Muir and demonstrates that our students are ready to seize opportunities on a global and highly competitive scale,” said John Muir High School Principal Tim Sippel.

As a Gates Scholar, Prakash joins the ranks of a prestigious group of talented students from across the country awarded the scholarship that can be used to pursue a degree in any undergraduate major and selected graduate programs at accredited colleges or universities. Established in 1999 with the goal of developing leaders and removing financial barriers to education for high-performing, low-income students, the Gates Millennium Scholarship is funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

“It is clear that PUSD educators are ensuring that our graduates are prepared to lead locally and globally,” said Board of Education President Elizabeth Pomeroy. “Our schools continue to succeed in serving as innovative leaders in offering 21st century educational opportunities.”

Photo: 2016 Gates Millennium Scholar Prakash Dass with Muir Principal Timothy Sippel, Counselor Nancy Gonzalez Heusser, Science Teacher Dan Harris, and Counselor Ben Aroyan



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"Celebrating 10 Years of Service to Alumni & School"

We are so very proud that we are celebrating a milestone for the John Muir High School Alumni Association - Ten Years of Service to the Alumni, School, Students, Administration and Faculty of our beloved Alma Mater. We ask more now more than ever that you join and become a paid member!

We thank those Alums that shared a vision and started this organization to support Muir and help to make it a better school for its students and to be a resource for the thousands of alumni that still care about the school.

Thank you to all of our members that, through their dues, support us so that we, in turn, support the school.

Please help us grow into the largest Alumni Association- Ever. Become a Member of the John Muir High School Alumni Association.  The only way you can become a member of this organization is to complete an application and send it in or join online here. So why not do it today. It's only $20 annually and we can do so much to help make Muir better when we put all those dues dollars together.

We need you, won't you Join Today?    And don't forget those Member Benefits !

      A few words about Facebook. While we encourage you to join our Facebook page and join in on the varied conversations that are lively and informative, joining Facebook does NOT make you a member of the Alumni Association. We realize that there has been some real confusion about that so we want to make it clear that there is only one way to claim membership and that is complete an application and send it along with your check or to pay your dues online and receive your membership card. That's it - So no more confusion, right?

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