JSerra Spring 2015 Signing Day

We are always proud of our Lions. Every year, we see students reach their potential and show the world who they are as individuals. They are first and foremost students, but our Lions are also stellar in other aspects of their lives! We are so proud of the following students who signed their letters of intent to the universities of their dreams this Spring!

Taylor Stephen – Providence College

Haley Giddings – Texas Christian University

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Girls Water Polo:
Marina Daroca Bazan – San Diego State University

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Boys Golf:
Jonathan Unterman – Ave Maria University

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Boys Water Polo:
Zachary Slaughter – George Washington University 

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Cross Country:
Ashley Geisler – University of Nebraska
Victoria Yanco – University of California, Santa Barbara

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Ethan Aguayo – San Jose State University
Joseph Munroe – Adams State University

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Girls Volleyball:
Hannah Joyce – Whittier College

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Congratulations! Everyone at JSerra will be rooting you on in your future endeavors. We know you will make us proud!

Lion Pride!

JSerra’s Haley Giddings Wins the Hunter Equestrian Prix

Haley Giddings and Opportunity cash in with a win in the $5,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix

Junior rider Haley Giddings of Laguna Niguel, California posted a win in the $5,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix on Sunday, Feb. 12, when she rode Cavallo Farm’s Opportunity (the horse) to the blue as the horse-and-rider team were the best out of the 30 that showed over Rian Beals’ course.

Giddings and Opportunity were fueled by a fantastic second round as they scored an 87 to rocket their overall score to 170. Wrestling the top spot from Emily Winkler and Landmark, Giddings and Opportunity are now well on their way to qualifying for the all-new $250,000 HITS 3’ Hunter Prix Final during HITS Championship Weekend at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York this fall.

Giddings has been training with Richard Slocum and John Bragg for about two years and was SmartPak Mid-Circuit Champion in the Equitation 14-15 during the first half of the 2012 HITS Desert Circuit.

“This is the horse’s first major win in the hunter ring,” said Slocum. “He has won the New England Equitation Finals and won at Devon. He is on a generous loan from the Spogli family.”

Crimson Pride Has Arrived

The Fall issue of JSerra’s Crimson Pride Magazine has arrived and has all the news, sports and events happening on campus.

This issue includes:

-Cover Boy Austin Hedges

-A commission by President Obama

-International travels, and much more

To view click Crimson Pride. 

JSerra Athletics is Getting a Makeover


Check out the all new JSerra Athletics Facebook pages. Customized to each of the 23 sports JSerra offers. You can easily find out game times, scores and stats to all our JSerra sports.

Great new features include:

-Twitter feeds from JSerra athletics

-Customized player cards

-RSS news feed straight from the JSerra Blog

-Events calendars, and more.

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to be part of the action.





Running Lions (track & cross country)


Ice Hockey

*More Facebook fan pages to come as their season rolls around. If you are a parent or coach and would like player cards made please contact Amanda Samaan at asamaan@jserra.org for more details.

Class of 2015: Stay connected and grow with your community

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Gracyn Garberich to Compete in American Quarter Horse Youth World Show

Gracyn Garberich has qualified to represent the state of California at the 2011 American Quarter Horse Youth World Show. This prestigious event takes place in Oklahoma City from August 5-13.

Gracyn will be riding her horse The Nu General aka “Strider”. Together they will compete in the speed events which consist of 3 classes in barrel racing, pole bending and stakes race. The state invites the top four youth competitors in these events to the youth world show.

Gracyn also competes through the California High School Rodeo association each month throughout the school year.