PICTURED ABOVE: Dozens of families came out for Screenagers! Melissa Handy, our Director of Educational Technology, facilitated the showing of the movie followed by guided discussion about personal device use and screen time. A huge thanks to the PFA for supporting this event! Look for more events for parents and children to learn together at



Our Summer School registration opens tomorrow for LJA families! Parents and students will receive an email with the course catalog and a link to register. Summer school dates are June 17-July 19. If you have any questions, please email


The We Love LJA student referral program is back! The program is designed to thank our families for their valued investment in the LJA community. We want to honor current  families who actively share their impressions and stories of our amazing school. For the 2019-20 school year, the We Love LJA program will provide two rewards; a $1,000 tuition credit for referring families and a $1,000 tuition credit for new families who were referred and then enrolls in LJA.


Click here to find out more and to download the form.



Congratulations to all nine Bulldogs who competed at the HHSAA State Championships on Feb. 8-9. Leading the charge was Alana Barthel '21 who won the girls 100 backstroke event coming within a half second of the state record. Luke Faurot '19 capped a fantastic high school career placing runner-up in the 100 breaststroke and Thomas Caps '22 placed 4th in the 200 IM. Ethan Ravelo '21 had a huge drop in time for the 100 backstroke to earn a medal. Caps, Faurot, and Ravelo teamed up with Scott Parrish '20 to place 3rd in the 200 free relay and 5th in the 400 free relay. Our lady bulldogs, India Spriggs '19 capped a fantastic career by teaming up with Skylar Webb '21, Sarah Tarquin '22, and Lana Ravelo '22 team placed 7th in the 200 free relay. Spriggs, Barthel, Tarquin and Ravelo teamed up for the 400 free relay to earn a medal. Overall, the boys managed to walk away with a 6th place team finish.



Maggie Odom won this year's Shakespeare Monologue Competition. Next she competes at the state level on March 2. You may recall that Maggie won the Poetry Out Loud competition earlier this year, and competes at the state level for that competition on Feb. 24.  Way to go, Maggie! 



Le Jardin Soccer Academy offers two Spring Break Soccer Camps March 27-29 at LJA's soccer field. The Day Camp is from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and is open to recreational to intermediate level players ages 6-12. Cost is $150 (includes t-shirt).


The Advanced Technical Camp is designed for intermediate to advanced players. Advanced Technical Camp is geared toward '07 & '08  '09 players. The camp meets from 4-6 p.m. Cost is $150 (includes t-shirt)

To register or for more info, click here.


Emma entered LJA in Grade 6 after moving to Hawaii from California. She has enjoyed being a part of Wild Kids and is now a Junior Counselor for the program. She has also participated in Cross Country and was once selected as MVP.

"Academically, I love that LJA started I-Term this year; it gave us all a chance to learn outside of the classroom. I was lucky to go to Laos which was a great cultural and immersive learning experience."

Emma has applied to several colleges and is currently awaiting decisions. "I will select a school in California or Washington, and major in Environmental Studies, and maybe minor in business. "I want to be involved with an organization where I can continue to counsel younger kids, I love working with them! For now, Emma can often be found at the beach or riding her horse Payday.

Best Wishes, Emma. Be sure to visit us at LJA often!



February 15 - PDD (No school for students)

February 18 - Presidents' Day (Holiday)

February 28 - MS/HS Spring Play

March 13 - CPK Fundraiser

March 25-29 - Spring Break

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