Anaheim Union High School District

AUHSD Cancels Visits By Students From Chinese Province With Skyrocketing Coronavirus Cases

The outbreak of novel coronavirus in China has been dominating headlines this month, as the Chinese government struggles to contain its spread and more cases of infection are confirmed around the world – including here in Orange. Last month, the Anaheim Union High School District Board of Education signed agreements with several high schools in Jinan, the largest city in ...

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AUHSD Excludes District Students From Oxford Academy Enrollment Increase

The Anaheim Union High School District recently announced it has increased elite Oxford Academy’s enrollment cap by 32 students. However, those spots will not be available to AUSHD students, but will be limited to students from outside the district. The AUHSD established Oxford Academy 21 years ago as a f7-12 public high school. Oxford accepts up to 25 students from ...

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AUHSD Leadership Traveling To Asia, Europe To Recruit Students From “High Net Worth” Families

The Anaheim Union High School District is sending district staff – including Superintendent Mike Matsuda and Anaheim High School teacher Ryan Ruelas – on recruiting trips to Asia and Europe to convince “high net worth families” to enroll their children in AUHSD schools. The Recruited students would pay tuition of nearly $14,000 to attend an AUHSD high school for their ...

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J. Paolo Magcalas Thinks Thanksgiving Is Racist And Must Be “De-Colonized”

In October, we examined the missionary progressive ideology underlying the birth of Ethnic Studies programs in the Anaheim Union High School District.  It’s chief apostle in AUSHD is J. Paolo Magcalas, a former Loara High School history teacher who established the district’s first Ethnic Studies program in order to “liberate” students from the “oppression” of traditional U.S. history curriculum. Magcalas ...

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AUSHD Loses Its Court Battle To Withhold Public Records On Denying Transfer Requests

[Editor’s note: this article was originally published in the OC Register on December 10, 2019. It is demonstrative of the lack of transparency that is characteristic of the Anaheim Union High School District.] California Policy Center’s Bittersweet Legal Victory Over Anaheim School District by Will Swaim In 2017, the California Policy Center made what should have been a routine request ...

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Moorlach Demolishes Myth That Charter Schools Hurt Traditional Public School Funding

[Editor’s note: this was originally published in the Voice of OC on December 13, 2019]. Data Shows Charters Do Not Hurt School District Finances by John M.W. Moorlach California charter schools took a beating in the state Capitol this year. Charters are cost-effective alternatives created by parents, cities, universities and foundations. The parents want their children to receive an education ...

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