Speakers are scientists, technologists, mathematicians, engineers, medical professionals & computer programmers. Topics presented are in an area of the speaker’s expertise, geared to interested high school students.
A musical blow-out in support of those fighting cancer, with performances by top musicians from Branson, Drake, Marin Catholic, Redwood, Marin Academy, San Domenico and other featured guests.
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life and see Monty Python's SPAMALOT with the Marin Shakespeare Company, a musical lovingly ripped off from the motion picture MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL.
End summer with science! Immerse yourself in the natural world at the California Academy of Sciences’ 7th annual #TeenScienceNight, a teen takeover night at the museum.
Talk about job envy: what sporting fan doesn’t dream about working for their favorite team?
College of Marin and the Marin County Office of Education offer these educational academies exclusively for high school students — students who have just completed 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades (some classes are especially for 11th and 12th graders). These academies have limited space, and are FREE (for classes that earn credit, nominal college fess may apply; tuition also applies to graduated seniors).
Please join TUHSD Wellness for a screening of Finding Kind followed by an expert panel on Tuesday, April 30th at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center Theater at 6:30pm.
“This is not a fairy tale, though it starts like one. It’s not a tragedy, though it ends like one.”
The Sleeping Beauty is back by popular demand. With spectacular sets, lavish tutus, and Tchaikovsky’s glorious score, Helgi Tomasson’s production of The Sleeping Beauty highlights our dancers’ classical virtuosity, casting its spell over a fairytale ballet of romance and wonder.
A multimedia concert celebrating the life & music of Paul McCartney.
If you like yoga - you should consider giving Aerial Yoga a try at Sacred Sky Yoga.
Monster Jam® is adrenaline-charged family entertainment providing jaw-dropping displays and gravity-defying feats that promises to always leave fans entertained.
Nearly 200 booksellers from around the world!
Teen Review of the Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog Show, the premier benched dog show on the West Coast.
The teens night at I Made It Glass Creations in San Rafael is an awesome way to end the day off. Me and a group of my friends had a very enjoyable a relaxing time making and designing earrings, plates, boxes and necklaces.
Bon Air hosts the 27th annual Marin Rowing Ergathon, a 24-hour marathon of rowing to nowhere that raises funds to benefit Marin Rowing’s Youth Programs.
CALLING ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO LOVE TO SING!
The 2019 Youth Poster Contest is now open! Our goal for 2019 is to greatly increase student participation from every middle and high school, both public and private, in Marin.
An amazing production that all should attend!
Read Teen Review of the Bolshoi Ballet Presents The Nutcracker, a memorable holiday experience for all.
The Annual Bay Area Brain Bee, a Bay Area wide Q&A competition focused on neuroscience for high school students on Saturday, January 19, 2019. The deadline to register is Wednesday, January 17, 2019 at 11:59PM.
Teen-friendly talks and tours, plus exclusive teen events!
Novato High Preview Night of Specialized Programs! Visit Novato High School to explore Marin School of Arts & Medical Careers Academy & more.
Let’s make history together. Young people will change this country for the better.
The Mill Valley Film Festival (MVFF) is pleased to screen the following young adult films about that defining-and sometimes challenging-post-adolescent/pre-adult time of our lives as part of the 41st edition of the festival which returns October 4-14, 2018.
The SFUSD Sustainability Office is hosting a Youth Sustainability Summit, open to all middle and high school students.