The 2017 Sacramento Regional Science Bowl was held on Saturday, March 18th at Cordova High School. Twenty-six teams competed in the double-elimination competition. Mira Loma Team A placed 1st and Mira Loma Team B placed 2nd! Team A was undefeated throughout the entire competition.
This program addresses critical needs: In California, one in three students drop out of high school, and in Sacramento County, there is a 23 percent achievement gap between African Americans and Caucasians.
Way to Show Matador Spirit !!
Sixty-three students in the four-county Sacramento region were named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists this week, placing them well within the top 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors
Congratulations to the new 2016 Champs - Mira Loma High School from Sacramento, CA.
Claire Burch is one of 40 finalists out of 1,750 entrants, representing 2.3 percent of entrants to this highly selective and world-renowned scientific competition. Claire has been awarded an all-expense paid trip to Washington, DC to attend the Intel Science Talent Institute, where she will compete for $1,012,500 in awards. The 21 young women and 19 young men come from 38 schools in 18 states. Finalists were selected from among 1,750 entrants representing 512 high schools in 43 states, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico and six overseas schools.
Congratulations to our Mira Loma Matadors from our FBLA state competition. 17 members were awarded state recognition and six members are advancing to the national level. The National Leadership Conference this year will be Atlanta from June 29 to July 2
Mira Loma's Adith Arun as California Association of Professional Scientists (CAPS) 2015 Outstanding Young Scientist
Mira Loma Student Makes the USABO Finals