La Joya Middle School
La Joya opened its doors to students in 1994. La Joya boasts its high technology environment and focus on a SPACE theme. La Joya has welcomed many notable personalities including Captain Jim Lovell, USN; Sally K. Ride; Cal Dooley; and Dr. Cheick Modibo Diarra.
In 1996, La Joya was recognized as a California Distinguished School.
La Joya has a very good education program. The Spelling Bee has been one of their best.
Muhammad Baig, 7th Grader, 12th grader now, received 2nd place in the 2007-2008 Tulare County Spelling Bee. Rini Singh also got 2nd in 2003. Muhammad got 3rd place in the 2008-2009 Tulare County Spelling Bee, making him La Joya's first double-ranked Spelling Bee contestant. In 2012, La Joya got another 2nd place in the spelling bee.
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... As of 2001 India census, Joya is a Town Area located at National Highway No.24 just 128 kilometres from Delhi.Joya had a population of 13,340 ... Joya has an average literacy rate of 45%, lower than the national average of 59.5% male literacy is 56%, and female literacy is 34% ... In Joya, 21% of the population is under 6 years of age ...
... The state of California rates schools using the Academic Performance Index (API) ... Based on test scores, schools are ranked on a scale from 200 to 1000 ... The state expects all schools to eventually obtain an API of at least 800 ...
... Also known as "Negro el once", Joya started his playing career in the youth team of Alianza Lima ... Joya helped the team to win back to back titles in 1954 and 1955 ... In 1958, Joya scored 17 goals in 18 matches of the Peruvian league, making him the league's top goalscorer ...
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