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  • Joaquin Acosta Named St. Margaret's Head Girls Volleyball Coach

    Posted July 27, 2015

    St. Margaret’s Episcopal School announces the appointment of Joaquin Acosta as girls volleyball head coach. Acosta brings an impressive resume that includes an NCAA National Championship as a player at Bringham Young University, All-American honors, and an international professional career in both indoor and beach circuits.

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  • Dana Bozeman Named St. Margaret’s Head Tennis Coach

    Posted July 24, 2015

    St. Margaret’s has named Dana Bozeman as its newest head tennis coach. Bozeman brings with him a wealth of coaching experience that includes a CIF Championship and CIF Finals. He was also named The Orange County Register Coach of the Year in 2006.

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  • Alumna Morgan Higgins Named Runner-up at National High School Musical Theater Awards

    Posted July 9, 2015

    Class of 2015 graduate Morgan Higgins was named a runner-up at the National High School Musical Theater Awards in New York last week. Morgan attended the ceremony as a representative of the Childress Music and Arts Commendations for Youth (M.A.C.Y.) Awards where she received the best actress award in May.

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  • St. Margaret's Wins Four CAPPIES Awards

    Posted June 9, 2015

    St. Margaret's students received four CAPPIES awards for their work on Argonautika – The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts and Les Miserables. Sixty theatre productions performed by 31 high schools were eligible for this year's awards at the 12th Annual CAPPIES Gala held Sunday night at the City National Grove.

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  • Looking Back on Ten Years of Tartan Lacrosse

    By Lacrosse Assistant Coach Bryan Harney
    Posted June 11, 2010

    Holding practice on handball courts and in gyms, wearing hand me down football jerseys as uniforms and soldiering through a 0-10 inaugural season, Tartan Lacrosse had humble beginnings as a junior varsity intramural club. With a roster of only 12 Upper School athletes, two eighth graders and a senior “assistant coach” who played for University High School in Irvine, the Tartans struggled against large public schools with rosters of 30-plus athletes. Not only had many of the Tartans never played the game, but few had ever heard of the predominantly east-coast sport.

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  • College-bound! Presenting the Class of 2015

    Posted June 4, 2015

    Graduates of the Class of 2015 will continue their academic studies at 74 colleges and universities in 30 states, Washington, D.C. and British Columbia this fall. Collectively, the class of 111 seniors submitted 1080 applications to 245 colleges and universities. One hundred percent of the graduates who submitted college applications will attend a four-year college or university.

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  • Grade 8 Promotion - Presenting the Class of 2019!

    Posted June 4, 2015

    St. Margaret's grade 8 students were promoted to Upper School at a ceremony on June 4, celebrating their Middle School years.

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  • Grade 5 Recognition - Presenting the Class of 2022!

    Posted June 4, 2015

    St. Margaret's grade 5 students were recognized on June 4 for their Lower School success and transition to the Middle School.

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  • St. Margaret’s Concludes 36th School Year

    Posted June 4, 2015

    Love and community were at the center of Wednesday’s All-School Closing Ceremony concluding St. Margaret’s 36th school year. The entire student body and faculty gathered for a final Chapel service led by the St. Margaret’s chaplains.

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  • Senior Capstone Experience Gives Taste of Real World

    Posted June 4, 2015

    Graduates of the Class of 2015 finished their final requirement of graduation, their Independent Senior Projects (ISP), last week providing them with a meaningful transition to the independent environment of college, and a glimpse of what life looks like outside a school setting.

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