• 22 Mar 2012
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • La Jolla High School Parker Auditorium

Thursday, March 22, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

La Jolla High School invites you to a viewing of the documentary film, Race to Nowhere. 

If you've seen the film before - see it again. Our students keep growing and changing.  Let's keep this important conversation going. This documentary is a grassroots sensation, feeding a groundswell for change.

It's been shown nation-wide to sold-out crowds of parents and educators - changing our country's dialogue on education. Through compelling real-life stories of students, parents, and educators, Race to Nowhere challenges current assumptions on how to best prepare American youth to become healthy, bright, contributing citizens.

It is galvanizing families who find it unacceptable that cheating in school has become common place, stress-related illnesses and depression are on the rise among teens, students are disengaged, and high school graduates are entering college ill-prepared.  Please join the conversation.

La Jolla High School, Parker Auditorium
750 Nautilus Street
La Jolla, CA

Tickets are $10 (+ a nominal online processing fee of $1.54) in advance of the event (tickets are available on a first-come first-serve basis)

Please click to purchase tickets.  


Section 5 of Article IX of the California Constitution guarantees students a “free public education.”

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