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Rocklin Academy embezzlement suspect arrested

Rocklin resident Frederick Lacker turned himself in to the Rocklin Police Department Wednesday for embezzling more than $37,000 from a parent group affiliated with Rocklin Academy ...

Rocklin Academy to open new school in August

Enrollment started Friday for Rocklin Academy Gateway, a new school for transitional kindergarten through eighth grade set to open its doors at 6550 Lonetree Blvd. in August 2014. ...

Rocklin Academy turned on to iPad education

Taking a cue from other districts around the country, Rocklin Academy Charter Schools will put 550 iPads in the hands of its students and teachers in January as part of a move towa ...

Rocklin Academy fourth-grader places first in state math competition

  Karina Andersen, a fourth-grade student at Rocklin Academy charter public school, took first place at the Mathleague.org California Elementary School State Championship amo ...

Rocklin Academy accepts honor roll title for eighth year

  For the eighth year in a row, California Business for Education Excellence Foundation has named Rocklin Academy charter public school an Honor Roll School. Rocklin Academy ...

Rocklin sixth-graders headed for global tournament

  Having proven their mettle at regional and state levels, three local sixth-graders will face global competition in creative problem-solving challenges this month at a tourn ...

Grading discussion continues at Rocklin Academy

The conversation about eliminating letter grades at Rocklin Academy’s elementary schools continued Monday, with parents and teachers speaking out on both sides of the issue. ...

Rocklin Academy, Gold County Media raise $1,000 for field trip

Gold Country Media recently teamed up with Rocklin Academy to raise funds for a field trip for the school’s fifth-graders. Rocklin Academy (Turnstone Campus), Rocklin’ ...

Rocklin Academy says goodbye to letter grades

Rocklin Academy has eliminated letter grades for its fourth- through sixth-grade students, and some parents are concerned they weren’t given adequate notice or input about th ...