We are proud to share the news that one of the nominees for Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year has joined the faculty at Marshall! Kimberly Dueñas, an English teacher at Marshall Academy of the Arts, is one of sixteen teachers from throughout Los Angeles County who were named as Teachers of the Year during a recent ceremony at the Universal Hilton.
The Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year will now have the opportunity to compete for the California Teacher of the Year title this fall, and from there they can take part in the National Teacher of the Year competition.
Bye Bye Birdie
The stars were out at Marshall as our double cast performed in the musical Bye Bye Birdie.
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One of our beloved students, Omar Awaida, passed away in March due to injuries he suffered in a hiking accident. For those of you who know him, you know that Omar was an amazing young man. He always had a smile on his face, he was a honor roll student, an actor, a musician, an athlete, a friend and above all demonstrated kindness and compassion to everyone he came in contact with. He was not only a role model to his classmates but showed even the adults how to be a good person.
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What a great event! Food, Fun, Friends, Music, Classic Cars, Fantastic Vendors, and more! Click here to see more photos from Candyland!
Once again, some of the most talented students at Marshall Academy of the Arts, performed at our annual Talent Show. In addition to the comedic talent of the MC's, our students showed off their skill at dancing, playing instruments, and singing. It was a great night! Click here to see more photos from the 2014 Talent Show.
Marshall students in Band, Chorus, Orchestra, and Guitar performed for family and friends at each of our two Winter Concerts. CLICK HERE to see more photos of Band and Chorus. CLICK HERE to see more photos of Orchestra and Guitar.
It was standing room only for the 2013-2014 New Student Orientation at Marshall Academy of the Arts. New students and their families had the chance to hear some information about our school, tour the campus, purchase Spirit Wear, meet some of the staff and teachers, and have some fun!
Head Start Offers Free Preschool (Gratis Preescolar)
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Important Information For Students Who Ride Long Beach Transit (Información Importante Para Los Estudiantes Que Viajan En Long Beach Transit)
Thanks to all the Marshall family and friends who came out to support our school! The Battle of the Bands 70's Rock Off benefit to support Marshall Academy of the Arts was a giant success!. In addition to the music, there were hats, T-shirts, and prizes to help make this a fun and memorable event for Marshall Academy of the Arts.
Division I Champions 2012
Marshall's Boys Basketball Team finished the season with a perfect record by defeating Jefferson with a score of 65-45 in the Division I Finals. Congratulations to the players and coaches of our Division I Champion Basketball Team.
Division I Champions 2012
Marshall Football defeated Lindbergh with a score of 21-12 to become the 2012 Division I Champions. Congratulations to the members of the team and the coaches for a great season!
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson Visits Marshall Academy of the Arts
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson visited Marshall Academy of the Arts, to participate in a round table discussion examining models for teacher evaluation recommended in a new comprehensive report on the teaching profession by Torlakson’s Educator Excellence Task Force.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
As we enter the 2nd semester of this year, there is much to celebrate about at Marshall. We have added a specialist teacher and two college aides to work with our English Language Learners. The sound system in the auditorium has been installed and is up and running. We have added a working radio station and a robotics class. We are currently in the planning stages of our art gallery and two school murals.
Each of the past three years, Marshall has won district awards for student achievement. Our students and staff are continuing to work hard in their classes and we are on track to continue that trend. We have so many wonderful activities and learning happening at Marshall, thanks for all of your continued support!
School District News
Each month at Marshall, we have a Student of the Month celebration for a different grade level. Parents, students and staff attend the breakfast to honor students who are chosen for their outstanding character, citizenship, or academics.
Norman Gottlieb Youth Art Show
Marshall Academy of the Arts has proved once again to be a focal point for creativity and student success. Marshall Academy of the Arts was respectfully represented by four fantastic art students in the 2014 Norman Gottlieb Youth Art Show on February 27th at the Alpert Jewish Community Center (JCC). This annual art exhibit showcases LBUSD's most talented middle school and high school art students and has a continuing tradition that is in its 30th year at the JCC. A special patron endowment supports this annual art show in an effort to maintain a worthy spotlight on amazing LBUSD student artists. Marshall 8th grade student, Tiana, took home 1st place; 7th grade student, Katelyn, was awarded 3rd place, and 8th grade student, Kaya, received an Honorable Mention for the middle school division. Both Mr. Navia and Mr. Harmon were on hand for this fantastic evening celebrating the artistic achievements of some of Marshall Academy of the Arts finest students.
Congratulations Tiana, Katelyn, Kaya, and Helen on representing Marshall with your amazing talents.
2013 Robot Competition
Marshall participated for the first time in the Robotics Competition, and had two teams make it to the Semi-Finals! Click here to see more photos from the Robotics competition.
The WRAP Program at Marshall Academy of the Arts will be sponsoring all after school activities for the 2013-2014 school year. WRAP at Marshall Academy of the Arts consists of upbeat program leaders who facilitate fun learning based activities for enrolled students of the program. Click the WRAP logo to find out more about this great program!
Red Ribbon Week
In 1988, the first National Red Ribbon Week was proclaimed by the U.S. Congress and chaired by first Lady, Nancy Reagan. Today, the Red Ribbon Celebration brings millions of people together to raise awareness regarding the need for alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention, early intervention, and treatment services. This year at Marshall, we will held a number of events to promote a drug and alcohol free lifestyle, including Nerd Day; Super Hero Day; Twin Day; Crazy Hair Day; Free Dress Day (and 7th and 8th grade after school dance)
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Each year in September, Marshall Academy of the Arts students have the opportunity to view an assembly called Rachel's Challenge. It is a very powerful and emotional character building assembly. The assembly focuses on "kindness and
If you would like additional information about this amazing assembly please visit www.rachelschallenge.org.
Marshall Academy of the Arts second annual "Running of the Rams" fund raiser was another great success. With the help of our students, staff, families and friends, we raised more than $8,000.00! These funds will help to support some of the programs and activities at Marshall.
We want to thank all the volunteers who came out to help on the day of the event. We also want to give a special thank you to the event organizers and the sponsors who donated prizes for the raffle.
Drop Off and Pick Up!!!
If you drive your child to school, please click here to see the Pick Up Locations.
Marshall Recognized for 2011-2012 Student Achievement Growth!
Marshall Academy of the Arts was honored at the Elementary, Middle & K-8 Awards program.
Our API grew as we made huge strides in student achievement, school culture and school safety.
A special thanks goes to our students who gave a wonderful performance at the event!