We're proud to feature our Students!
Dons and CUHSD make a difference for Ukraine with Kids Against Hunger - February 2023
Well Done, IB Artists - March 2022
Congratulations, Student Empathy Grant Recipients - March 2022
"We are excited to spend the money from this Empathy Grant - Caring for Others - so that we recycle our plastic water bottles and soda cans. We love Del Mar and we want our school to recycle!" - Allen, Angel, S.A. and Ms. Momin.
Thank you for caring about Del Mar, the earth, and each other, Dons!
The Annual Art Show Featured Talented Artists - January 2022
IB Can Be For Everyone - January 2022
The Don's Crew Wraps Up the Semester with Cocoa and Cram - December 2021
Students Think Pink and Make a Difference for Cancer CAREpoint - October 2021
The Del Mar Dress Closet Shares Special Wear for Homecoming - August 2021
It is heartwarming to see our students introduce Del Mar's Dress Closet - a group of giving students collecting formal wear for their peers who may need or want something for special occasions. With Homecoming just around the corner, the Dress Closet is offering students the opportunity to dress up and enjoy a long awaited on-campus celebration! To learn more on how you can donate, please contact the Dress Closet at [email protected].
Thank you for sharing your time and special wear, Dons!
(Graphic Courtesy: Del Mar Dress Closet Student Organizers)
IB HOTA Seniors Address World Issues - May 2021
We're proud to share our Seniors' infographics that address current world issues around the Climate Change and AAPI Hate. These infographics are part of the IB History of the Americas (HOTA) Year 2 coursework. Thank you, Aspleny and Princess, for bringing attention to these important matters. Your effort is appreciated and recognized!
Climate Change - by Aspleny Rivas Flores, Class of 2021
AAPI Against Hate - by Princess Janine Toliao, Class of 2021
"The message of my artwork is to raise awareness that the AAPI Community is already suffering from the impacts of COVID-19 and shouldn’t be discriminated/oppressed/blamed for the pandemic. AAPI has also lost their loved ones, lost their jobs, lost their homes, and are angry about the pandemic however, they don’t blame others." (Posted with permission from Princess Janine Toliao)