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Emily Ann Bohl 2000 – 2021

On June 8, Emily Ann Bohl passed away unexpectedly in Bear Valley Springs. She was 21 years old....

 

Cheers to Charity – Tehachapi's best party with a purpose!

Planning for the highly anticipated community fundraiser, Cheers to Charity (C2C), is running full...

 
 By Pat Doody    Community    July 3, 2021

Honoring graduates

At their June 22 meeting, the Board of the Tehachapi Unified School District honored four Tehachapi...

 

THS and Cerro Coso graduate, Scott Buge

Scott Bugé began his high school career in 2017 after culminating from Jacobson Middle School. At...

 
 By Sue Page    Community    June 5, 2021

Valley Oaks Charter School Graduate

Cora Shea Sweeney is an exceptionally talented young woman. Especially appropriate for the 2020-21 s...

 

Three faculty make tenure at Cerro Coso

Cerro Coso Community College is proud to announce that the Kern Community College District has...

 

Online classes provide knowledge and skills in computer information systems

Technology touches every aspect of our lives today.  From downloading music, playing games, banking...

 

Students are coming back to Cerro Coso this Fall

Cerro Coso Community College (CCCC) has announced that in-person classes will return in a limited...

 

KCCD Board of Trustees names Dr. Sonya Christian as sixth Chancellor

The Board of Trustees for the Kern Community College District named the sixth chancellor in its...

 

AHTV updates Rotary on COVID response

Josh Pierce, Manager of Training and Development at Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley was the...

 

Orris Imhof, the man and the field

Thank you to all who wrote emails or sent other correspondence expressing your appreciation for the...

 

College announces plans for Spring 2021 Classes

Cerro Coso Community College has announced its plans to remain primarily remote during the Spring...

 

Students host Lotería Game Night, Oct. 7

Three Cerro Coso clubs are celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by hosting a virtual Lotería night...

 

Bowen earns Doctorate in Educational Leadership

Cerro Coso Community College Administration of Justice Professor Jarrod Bowen has earned his...

 

Selfless acts of kindness

Selfless acts of kindness make a big difference. Vincent, Liam, and Eli (left to right), the sons...

 

College offers late start classes this Fall

Cerro Coso Community College is offering a number of late start classes this Fall. In addition to taking late start classes to pursue a degree,...

 

College releases reopening protocols for Fall 2020 Semester

Interim President, Dr. Corey Marvin, released reopening protocols for the Fall 2020 semester at...

 

Five receive Excellence in Education Award

Five CCCC employees received the 2019/2020 CCCC Excellence in Education Award for their outstanding...

 

Cerro Coso offering new class formats, most classes start Aug. 24

Classes at Cerro Coso Community College this fall will not look like "business as usual." The...

 

Uncover the unknown in Archaeology classes at CCCC

For those with a sense of adventure, mystery and discovery, Cerro Coso Community College is offering archaeology classes via schedule Zoom this fall....

 

Six California City High School students graduate college

Cerro Coso Community College is celebrating six high school students that earned both their Associat...

 

Cerro Coso to host virtual Veterans Benefit Webinar

The College is hosting a Veterans Benefit Webinar via Zoom on Thursday, Aug. 6 from 6 to 7 p.m., highlighting information on how to enroll as a...

 

College to host virtual dual and concurrent Parent Night

High School students can earn college credits while in high school for free at Cerro Coso Community...

 

College updates plans for fall classes

As California hit its highest daily count of confirmed cases of coronavirus over the past week and...

 

Remember what our World War II Vets fought to save – freedom

As California hit its highest daily count of confirmed cases of coronavirus over the past week and...

 

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