Friendship is inherently valuable, indeed one of the most valuable things in life. For this reason, Aristotle said that, “No one would choose to live a friendless existence, even on the condition of having all other good things.” If we better understand what friendship is, then we might better understand how to build new and better friendships.
The Minchin Center for Innovation at Pacifica Christian High School is pleased to challenge the assumptions of the broader Los Angeles community as we seek to integrate virtue and business. In a world that is fracturing more and more every day, we hope to bring together what is being torn apart.
Rancho Park - The Pacifica boys cross country team captured the Liberty League title - their seventh straight. It is the program's ninth league title.
Mt. Sac: The boys ran in the Division 5 CIF prelims coming in second. They advance to the CIF finals for a chance to earn a berth in the state championships.
Andrew Grinsfelder captured league MVP honors. In addition, Moony Warfield, Sam Gandolfi, Josh Mitchell, Jude Williams, and Jonas Williams were awarded first-team all-league honors. Congratulations to coach Shaw, coach Mitchell on a fantastic season. Good luck in the CIF finals.
Redwood trees are the tallest in the world, growing upwards of 240 feet, with some reaching 340 feet. They range in diameter from 10 to 15 feet and live for 2,000 years. They are the world's largest living thing.
Jim and Sue Knight will be joining The FAMILY COLLECTIVE at Calvary Church to host a conversation about the impact of marriages on the teenage journey. It is well known that our kids mimic much of what they see at home. In this presentation, the Knights will share key aspects of a healthy marriage: finances, parenting, intimacy, and more. The best thing we can do during the teenage years is to create a flourishing environment at home. It starts with us. What can we do to create an environment that helps our kids thrive?
What a year it has been. Through it all, we have stepped through each challenge together with humility calling on God for wisdom and strength. With our reliance on Him hopefully, we have received peace, joy, contentedness, and the perseverance to keep moving forward.
This email was sent to the Pacifica student and parent body early this week, but we realized so many more of the Pacifica community may not have gotten the message. Pacifica stands in mourning this week for yet another tragedy, and stands ready to take steps toward a better world for our black and brown brothers and sisters across the globe. Let's make a difference.
We resolve to not let this moment pass in vain but to stand firm together in the fight for justice and racial equality.