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Robert M. Pyles STEM Academy, a California Gold Ribbon School and home of the spirited Panthers, first opened its doors in the city of Stanton in 1958. Almost 60 years later, we currently serve over 750 students in general and special education classrooms and we are the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Academy in the Magnolia School District.. We partner with families and the greater community to encourage, empower and expect that our boys and girls become responsible citizens in our local, national, and global society. Each child is provided a challenging educational program that develops intellectual, technological, social, emotional and physical growth by caring and committed staff members.

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Magnolia students participate in spelling bee

Magnolia Students Participate in Annual Spelling Bee

Eighteen outstanding scholars from all nine District schools participated in the annual Magnolia School District Spelling Bee took place on Wednesday, January 31. The two top spellers from each school participated in this exciting competition at the Juliette Low School of the Arts, coordinated by Principal Dr. Debra Von Sprecken.
Magnolia Parents turn on solar energy switch

Magnolia School District Generates Sustainable Energy for Student Success

In January 2017, Magnolia Superintendent Dr. Frank Donavan and the Board of Trustees recommended moving the District in a renewable energy, greener direction. The District partnered with ENGIE, formerly known as OpTerra Energy Services. As a result of this partnership, a comprehensive energy plan was developed that will generate $14.1 million dollars in net savings for the District over the next 30 years.
Stanton City Council members

Robert M. Pyles STEM Academy Thanks City Council

At the City Council meeting held on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, Dr. Frank Donavan, Superintendent of Magnolia Elementary School District, and Mrs. Dawn Breese, Principal of Robert M. Pyles STEM Academy, presented the City of Stanton with a certificate of appreciation for the traffic signal light being built on Dale Avenue and Chanticleer Road.