Location: Calvary Chapel Conference Center Murrieta
Attire: Semi-formal (Boys: shirt/tie/slacks; Girls: modest dress/skirt (no jeans, please!)
Please join us as we celebrate the achievements of Linfield Christian High School’s Class of 2013! The doors will open at 9:30 a.m., and there is open seating. Tickets are not required. The event will be filmed and available at no charge (DVD’s will be mailed directly home). Parking is located throughout the campus.
Be a part of Linfield Christian’s newest tradition: buy leis and bouquets for your favorite senior for graduation! Simply visit http://www.kahunaflowers.com/order/my-grad-flowers/ to order beautiful ochid leis, kukui nut leis, or rose bouquets for your special graduate, and these pre-ordered flowers will be available for pick up at the booth at our graduation site on June 8, 2013. Please note that school colors are available for pre-orders only, but a limited number of traditional purple and white orchid leis and rose bouquets will be available at the booth for purchase on-the-spot as well. A portion of all purchases will be donated to Linfield Christian ASB for student activities. Please feel free to share this link with family members – even if they can’t be there in person, they can celebrate with our seniors by sending flowers.
Linfield is proud to congratulate Arturo Sanchezdiaz for being selected as one of the 1,000 Gates Millennium Scholars for the GMS Class of 2013. Applicants were required to write nine different essays in order to be considered for this competitive scholarship. More than 54,000 students applied, making this year’s the largest and most competitive group of candidates in the program’s history. Selected students were chosen based on their strong leadership, community service, and academic achievements.
When asked about how he found out about the scholarship, Arturo said his parents suggested he apply for scholarship, which he was skeptical about. “I didn’t think I had a chance of being selected,” he said. When he did discover that he was chosen, he said it was “hard to believe, but was glad his parents suggested it.”
As a Gates Millennium Scholar, GMS funds are available to attend any U.S. located, accredited college or university of their choice. Arturo will receive $25,000 a year in scholarship funds, which is renewable for the next eight years. He plans to attend San Diego State University in the fall and major in biochemistry.
Thursday, May 23 at 7PM
Friday, May 24 at 7PM
Saturday, May 25 at 2PM & 7PM
Sunday, May 26 at 2PM & 7PM
Tickets: Reserved $15 | Adult $10 | Student $8
Purchase tickets at the door.
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Join us Friday, May 10 for a closer look at what Linfield is all about. Tours start at 6:30PM and are given by current Linfield students.
Please RSVP to Becky Swanson, firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!
Please join us outside on the High School Plaza Friday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. for a historic stroll through the wonderful music that helped define our great nation. Our “Americana Review” will feature performances by Linfield’s instrumental and vocal ensembles – Elementary, Middle School and High School. Dinner and pre-concert festivities begin at 5 p.m., and there are three viewing options available: VIP Table Seating (includes dinner) – $160 per table (seats 8), Reserved Lawn Seating – $5, or general open lawn seating – FREE.
There will be several raffle items, including a chance to conduct the Academy Wind Ensemble, and dinner/dessert items for sale.
All proceeds from the fundraisers will go straight to the Linfield Fine Arts Department. This year, we are raising funds to purchase a portable acoustic shell which will be used by all bands and choirs to enhance sound in our various performance venues!
Please click here for a flyer with more information. You may turn in ticket orders with payment to any school office. Thanks for your support!
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951-676-8111 x1201 or email@example.com
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[Evening] March 15, 17, 22, 23, & 24 at 7PM
[Matinee] March 16, 17, 23, & 24 at 2PM
Reserved Seats $15 | Adults $10 | Students $8
The Lions’ Athletic Department is pleased to announce the hiring of Linfield’s new high school Head Football Coach, DeChon Burns. Coach Burns, who has served as the Lions’ Defensive Coordinator for the past two seasons, brings a wealth of football experience to Fox Field including years spent coaching at the NCAA Division I level and for the NFL and UFL (United Football League).
In 1988, Burns earned a scholarship to the University of Southern California to play football for the Trojans after proving himself as an exceptional 4-sport athlete at Rubidoux High School. A neck injury suffered by Burns his redshirt sophomore year of college simultaneously ended his playing career and launched his coaching career when the USC Coaching Staff invited him to stay on as an Assistant Coach from 1990-1992. After graduation, Burns continued to build his coaching resume in the high school ranks first at Beverly Hills High School then at Bishop Amat before jumping to the collegiate level in 2001 to coach for the University of Florida. After a season with the Gators, Coach Burns was invited up into the professional ranks to coach with the Washington Redskins and later with the San Francisco 49ers. In 2004, Burns returned to the collegiate ranks and served as Defensive Line coach and also the Interim Head Coach at Texas Southern, then went on to serve as the Defensive Line Coach for the University of Texas – El Paso. Most recently Burns worked with Andy Reid at the Philadelphia Eagles serving as assistant special teams coach under the Bill Walsh minority Intern Program.
After an impressive and successful journey through the ranks of football, the Burns family decided to move back to where it all began and in 2010, settled in Moreno Valley, just 20 miles from Rubidoux High School. In the summer of 2011, DeChon, his wife of 15 years Enid, and their three children Lorenzo (9th grade), Simeon (8th grade), and Jaylin (5th grade) walked onto Linfield’s campus and fell in love with the school where they now attend.
“Linfield has been a blessing to my family,” says Burns. “My kids enjoy what Linfield has to offer. They are thriving and getting a phenomenal education while also growing in the Lord. I am passionate about football, but I am infinitely more passionate about my own kids, and Linfield is a wonderful place to witness growth take place in a young person’s life.”
For the past two years, Burns has served on the football field as the Defensive Coordinator and off the field as Linfield’s Director of Athletic Development, a role in which he seeks to find collegiate athletic opportunities for Linfield’s graduates. During that time he has also served as Defensive Line coach for FBU (Football University). Burns’ effort to advance the quality of all Linfield sports while also creating opportunities for graduates to move on and play in college has resulted in an improved experience for Linfield student-athletes.
Athletic Director Timm MacDonnell is excited about what Burns brings to Linfield. “There are opportunities for Linfield athletes to play at the next level. Last year we had 8 Linfield grads go on to play in college, that’s 11% of our graduating class! And the pipeline of qualified student-athletes looks strong. I am excited to see what is to come, both for Linfield football under DeChon Burns leadership, but also for all Linfield Athletics.”
Coach Burns will be recruiting and developing his coaching staff this spring. If you are interested in applying or would like to learn more about the direction of the program, please contact Athletic Director Timm MacDonnell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elementary School Open House 5-7 PM | Middle & High School Open House 6-8 PM
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31950 Pauba Road,
Temecula, CA 92592
Phone: (951) 676-8111
Fax: (951) 695-1291