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Our vision at Juliette Low School of the Arts is to provide students in preschool through sixth grades with a rigorous, high quality educational program that develops the whole child through a curriculum that integrates academic content, technology, and each of the four visual and performing arts domains (dance, theater, visual arts, and music). In order to prepare our students for success in a global society, emphasis is placed on the 7-Cs: Commitment, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity, Character, Communication, and Community.

Calendar

17 Jul

Board Meeting

6 PM – 10 PM
2705 W Orange Ave, Anaheim, CA 92804, USA
15 Aug

Board Meeting

6 PM – 10 PM
2705 W Orange Ave, Anaheim, CA 92804, USA

Latest News

Magnolia California Honor Roll Schools

Six Magnolia School District Schools Were Named 2018-19 California Honor Roll

Magnolia School District is proud to announce that Dr. Albert Schweitzer, Dr. Peter Marshall, Dr. Jonas Salk, Juliette Low School of the Arts, Robert M. Pyles STEM Academy and Walt Disney schools were named as 2018-19 California Honor Roll schools by Educational Results Partnership, a data science organization which recognizes high-performing, achievement gap-closing schools across the state.
Juliette Low School of the Art Students Display their Art

Juliette Low Artists Shine at Senator Chang’s Art Competition

Twenty-three Juliette Low artists showcased their beautiful pieces at Senator Chang’s Art Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 24 at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. In the Third through Fifth Grade Division, Aanya Shah, fifth grade student, received Honorable Mention for her colored pencil drawing entitled “Flower Vase.” In the same division, Bahista Khairkhwah, fifth grade student, received Fifth Place for her painting, “Landscape,” which was done in oil pastel. A fourth grade student, Jade Nguyen, won the Staff Favorite Award for her acrylic painting, entitled, “A Home in Progress.”
Student Poets from Juliette Low School of the Arts

Poets from Juliette Low School of the Arts Read at Earth Day Event

“Some say that global warming is a lie, Yet, in front of our eyes, the animals die. An earth filled with trash, an earth so dead, No plants, no animals, no roses so red.” This is an excerpt from a poem entitled “Only an Earth,” which was read by sixth grade student, Maanya Arora, at the Earth Day poetry reading on Monday, April 22, at the Anaheim Central Library. Anaheim students were invited by our Poet Laureate of Anaheim, Mr. Grant Hier, to read their original poems inspired by Earth Day. Dr. Von Sprecken, Principal, and Mrs. Todorovic, first grade teacher, attended this exciting event.
Laguna performer working with students

Laguna Playhouse Performs at Juliette Low School of the Arts

For the second consecutive year, performers from Laguna Playhouse TheatreReach performed for students at Juliette Low School of the Arts on March 27, 2019. This year, fourth and fifth-grade students enjoyed a rendition of Island of the Blue Dolphins, which they had read and discussed in class. Students were mesmerized throughout the performance, and, afterward, had the opportunity to ask questions of the actors.
Dental Clinic Dentits Team

25th Annual Dental Clinic and Community Health Fair

Saturday, February 23, 2019 marked the 25th anniversary of the Magnolia School District Dental Clinic and Community Health Fair. Dr. Jonas Salk Elementary School MPR was transformed into a Dentist’s office and the courtyard was turned into a community health fair. Students and their families from all across the district were invited to attend.
Dr. Debra Von Sprecken and Lukas Barwinski-Brown Cutting the Ribbon to open the Key of Inspiration Piano Lab

Keys of Inspiration Piano Lab is Officially Open

A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the Juliette Low School of the Art’s Keys of Inspiration (KOI) piano lab was held on Tuesday, February 5. Many special guests were in attendance, including Lukas Barwinski-Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of the Lang Lang International Music Foundation (LLIMF), who traveled from New York for the festivities. Also in attendance, from the Magnolia School District, were members of the Board of Trustees; Superintendent, Dr. Frank Donavan; and members of the Executive Cabinet.