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And the winners are…

June 7, 2021 by Nativity | Posted In: Articles
And the winners are…

Hawaii Raffle drawings took place last week! Congratulations to all of our Hawaii Raffle winners! Thank you to everyone that purchased tickets in support of our Saints and entire school community!  

Dia de los Muertos Family Art Night

October 27, 2020 by Nativity | Posted In: Articles, Student Life
Dia de los Muertos Family Art Night

Join Mrs. Reynoso in a Dia de los Muertos Family Art Night via Zoom on Monday, November 2nd at 6:00pm! Supplies can be purchased in the main office Wednesday, October 28th-Friday, October 30th for only $1 per family member! Make sure to grab your permanent markers, you will need them as we will be making… read more »

Nativity Halloween Celebration 2020

October 23, 2020 by Nativity | Posted In: Articles, Events, General Information, Student Life
Nativity Halloween Celebration 2020

Hi Saints! Are you excited as we are for Halloween?! Wear your costume and join us for our Annual Trunk or Treat on Thursday, October 29th from 11:00am-12:00pm! Given social distancing guidelines and to ensure the safety of all, please remain in your car and don’t forget to wear your mask! See you next week!

Charleston Wrap Catalog Sales Fundraiser

September 24, 2020 by Nativity | Posted In: Articles, Events
Charleston Wrap Catalog Sales Fundraiser

  Thank you for your willingness and interest in helping our school with the fundraiser of the year– Charleston Wrap Catalog Sales!   Interest in the online store option? Follow the steps below:   1.) Visit https://charlestonwrapstore.com/non-school-registration.php   2.) Register New Participant: Organization ID is 12304     3.) Complete Registration    4.) Check Email for Confirmation    If you would… read more »

Principal’s Virtual Office- September 1st

September 1, 2020 by Nativity | Posted In: Articles, General Information
Principal’s Virtual Office- September 1st

Hi Saints! I pray you are all well and safe! Happy 3rd week of distance learning! You are all doing such a marvelous job and I could not be more proud of you! Here’s what I’d like for you to do today: 1.) Click on the PDF attachments:SEPT. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS (1) 2.) Once open, click… read more »

Principal’s Virtual Office- July 31st

July 31, 2020 by Nativity | Posted In: Articles, General Information
Principal’s Virtual Office- July 31st

Hi Saints! I pray you are all well and safe! Welcome back to my virtual office! I hope you enjoyed last week’s visit! Here’s what I’d like for you to do today: 1.) Click on the PDF attachment: FRIDAY, JULY 31ST ANNOUNCEMENTS (1) 2.) Once open, click on the following images/links to access information or fun… read more »

Mystery Guest Readers Surprise Students

March 2, 2018 by Susan Armendariz | Posted In: Articles
Mystery Guest Readers Surprise Students

A BIG thank you to our special guest “Mystery” readers who surprised our students in celebration of Dr. Suess’ Birthday. Students, big and small, enjoyed spending time with Nativity Board Members, Bishop Joe Sartoris and Allyson Simpson, STEP Board Members Elizabeth O’Neil, Executive Director of Variety Children’s Charity and NBC Universal VP Michael Swanson and… read more »

Notre Dame High School, Sherman Oaks gives from the heart.

January 23, 2017 by Susan Armendariz | Posted In: Articles
Notre Dame High School, Sherman Oaks gives from the heart.

The Holy Cross Mothers’ Guild supports the spiritual mission of Notre Dame High School by assist various programs and events throughout the school year, especially for the retreat program. The guild chose to touch the lives of children in the inner-city at Christmas. Nativity Catholic School, located in the Vermont District of South-Central Los Angeles, was… read more »

FIRST Lego League Robotics Tournament a Success!!

December 2, 2016 by Susan Armendariz | Posted In: Articles
FIRST Lego League Robotics Tournament a Success!!

Nativity 6th, 7th, and 8th graders participated in a FIRST Lego League Robotics tournament this past Saturday, November 19th. There were 36 middle school teams there, from all over the Los Angeles area. Each team had the same events that they had to participate in: 3 judging sessions and 4 robot rounds. The judging sessions… read more »

8th Graders Create As They Learn

January 29, 2016 by Susan Armendariz | Posted In: Articles, Student Life
8th Graders Create As They Learn

Structure of Matter: Each of the more than 100 elements of matter has distinct properties and a distinct atomic structure. All forms of matter are composed of one or more of the elements. Students at Nativity learn as they create a model to show the structure of their adopted element. We hope you enjoy the models… read more »

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A Beacon of Hope in the Community

Since 1925, Nativity School has provided a place where learning and faith translate into HOPE and PROMISE.

A Safe and Nurturing Environment

The positive climate at Nativity fosters students’ attitude toward learning and facilitates their ability to develop wholesome relationships with one another.

A Tradition of Academic Excellence

Students are challenged with high academic standards using a comprehensive, inquiry-based curriculum.

Educating for Wholeness

Teachers at Nativity establish conditions that foster the religious, academic, aesthetic, social, and physical growth of students.

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A Beacon of Hope in the Community

Since 1925, Nativity School has provided a place where learning and faith translate into HOPE and PROMISE.

A Safe and Nurturing Environment

The positive climate at Nativity fosters students’ attitude toward learning and facilitates their ability to develop wholesome relationships with one another.

A Tradition of Academic Excellence

Students are challenged with high academic standards using a comprehensive, inquiry-based curriculum.

Educating for Wholeness

Teachers at Nativity establish conditions that foster the religious, academic, aesthetic, social, and physical growth of students.