Girl’s Swim Take CIF Division l Championship

(left to right): Karli Thuen, Kaitlyn Albertoli, Rebecca Millard, Katie McLaughlin and Brittany Kahn

Congratulations to the JSerra girls swim team for bringing home the 2012 CIF Championship, on May 12. The swimmers include;  Karli Thuen (JSerra Online student), Kaitlyn Albertoli, Rebecca Millard, Katie McLaughlin, and Brittany Kahn (JSerra Online student).

The small team of five  finalists, with 14 qualifying entries for CIF  won the first girls CIF Swimming title in JSerra history and the first JSerra Division 1 title in a girls sport.

Congratulations to all of the JSerra swimmers for an outstanding season.

For more on JSerra Aquatics click here.

He’s here! He’s here! Conrad Birdie is here!

By Ann Forster, JSerra English Teacher & Shakespeare Expert

Donna Convertino and her dedicated cast and crew have produced an outstanding rendition of Michael Stewart’s “Bye Bye Birdie”.

After countless hours of rehearsal, vocal coaching, and preparation, the highly-talented students of the JSerra Theatre Department are dazzling on stage at the Camino Real Playhouse in downtown San Juan Capistrano.

Standout performances include Brendan Lank as Albert Peterson, Giana Meaglia as Rosie Alvarez, Sharon Tengolics as Mae Peterson and Troy Janikowski as Conrad Birdie.

Shows run May 11, 12, 18, 19 at 7 p.m. and May 12, 13, 19, and 20 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at the Cashier’s office-students/seniors/military $12 and adults $15.

Come on down and “put on a happy face.”

Softball: Myers-Cook Commits to George Washington

Congratulation to JSerra catcher Madison Myers-Cook committed to George Washington University, recently and will be joining the team this fall.

Myers-Cook is batting .388 with 13 runs and six RBIs for the Lions this season.

For more on the Lion’s softball program click here.