Her older sister is actress Emily Deschanel, who starred in the Fox crime comedy-drama series Bones. Deschanel lived in Los Angeles, but spent much of her childhood traveling because her father shot films on location; she later said that she "hated all the traveling ... I'm really happy now that I had the experience, but at the time I was just so miserable to have to leave my friends in Los Angeles and go to places where they didn't have any food I liked or things I was used to." She attended Crossroads, a private preparatory school in Santa Monica, where she befriended future co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Kate Hudson.
Division I state championship basketball
Below is a list of state and regional California high school basketball champions sanctioned by the California Interscholastic Federation.
Pasadena, CaliforniaList of high schools in Los Angeles County
School, Santa Monica * Delphi Academy of Los Angeles, Lake View Terrace * Excelsior School, Pasadena * Ferrahian Armenian School, Encino * Polytechnic School, Pasadena * Harvard-Westlake School, Holmby Hills, Studio City * Lycée Français de Los Angeles, Rancho Park – Palms * Marlborough School, Hancock Park * Oakwood School, North Hollywood * Oxford School, Rowland Heights * Polytechnic School, Pasadena * Renaissance Academy, Altadena * Ribet Academy, Glassell Park * Rio Hondo Preparatory School, Arcadia * Rose and Alex Pilibos Armenian School, Hollywood * Rolling Hills Preparatory, Palos Verdes Estates * Sierra Canyon School, Chatsworth * STAR Prep Academy, Culver City * STEM3
The 1997 McDonald's All-American Boys Game was an All-star basketball game played on Saturday, March 29, 1997 at the Clune Arena in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The game's rosters featured the best and most highly recruited high school boys graduating in 1997. The game was the 20th annual version of the McDonald's All-American Game first played in 1978.
St. Andrew's CollegeSt Andrew's CollegeSt Andrew's College, Grahamstown
The school is also a member of the G20 Schools group and closely associated with its brother school, St. Andrew's Preparatory School, and its sister school the Diocesan School for Girls. In a letter dated August, 1855, Bishop Armstrong writes: The laying of the foundation stone took place on 15 August 1855. Prior to this there existed a grammar school, founded by Bishop Robert Gray in 1849 on the site currently occupied by the Good Shepherd School, under the management of Mr. M.C. Bendelack, who was soon succeeded by the Rev. F. Bankes. Bankes was appointed principal of the new college, retaining also the title of Head-Master of St.
BonesBones'' (TV series) Bones
Emily Deschanel was nominated for a 2006 Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. The series has also won two Genesis Awards for the episodes "The Woman in Limbo" and "The Tough Man in the Tender Chicken" for raising awareness on the issues of pig slaughtering and industrial chicken farms, while the episode "The Finger in the Nest" received a nomination. Bones was nominated for two awards at the 37th People's Choice Awards, for Favorite TV Crime Drama and Emily Deschanel for Favorite TV Crime Fighter.
The older of their two daughters, Emily, was born in 1976; their younger daughter, Zooey, was born in 1980. * The Escape Artist (1982) * Crusoe (1989) * Twin Peaks (1990-91) - 3 episodes * Rhythm of My Heart (1991) - Music video * Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005) - 3 episodes * Conviction (2006) - 2 episodes * Bones (2007) - 1 episode * The Escape Artist (1982) * Crusoe (1989) * Twin Peaks (1990-91) - 3 episodes * Rhythm of My Heart (1991) - Music video * Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005) - 3 episodes * Conviction (2006) - 2 episodes * Bones (2007) - 1 episode
Melbourne GrammarMelbourne Church of England Grammar SchoolOld Melburnians
The School is also a member of the G20 Schools Group, and officially a partner school with Waseda University in Japan at the University-level. The origins of Melbourne Grammar School (colloquially known as Grammar) can be traced back to 1849, with the establishment of an experimental grammar school at St Peter's Eastern Hill, East Melbourne. This school had been established by Melbourne's first Church of England Bishop, Charles Perry, who founded the Diocese of Melbourne, and had been opened to meet the growing educational needs of the young colony.
Emery (born 1843) was an educator, author, head master and founder of what is now the Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, California. Emery was born July 19, 1843, in Ripley, Maine, to John G. Emery and Mary Stanley (Jones) Emery, both of whom were of English "Yankee" heritage. Emery's birthname was "John G. Emery." Emery's father had sailed to California from Maine during the Gold Rush of 1849, but returned to New England to engage in various businesses including the construction of a railroad to Lewiston. Emery married Ella Rhoda Pike on January 27, 1871, in Livermore Falls, Maine, and they had seven children.
Wellington CollegeWellingtonWellington College Bog
The school is a member of the Rugby Group, which includes Harrow School, Shrewsbury School, and Charterhouse School, and is also a member of the G20 Schools group. The Good Schools Guide calls the school "a serious player in the field of education". With school fees of up to £39,750 per annum, Wellington College is considered to be one of the countries most prestigious institutions. The school is also particularly strong in sport, frequently winning many large national competitions. Wellington College was granted its royal charter in 1853 as the Royal and Religious Foundation of The Wellington College, and was opened in 1859.
St. Peter's CollegeSt Peter's CollegeSaint Peter's College
The School is a member of the G20 Schools group. St Peter's College is a day and boarding school and offers two matriculation streams in secondary education: the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) and the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB). St Peter's College, working with Martin Seligman and Lea Waters, has been instrumental in the development and implementation of positive education programs throughout Australia. The former Headmaster, Simon Murray, was Chairman of the Positive Education Schools Association. In 2016, St. Peter's College ranked equal 4th in South Australia and 332nd nationally for academic achievement (including NAPLAN, ATAR, IBD).
The King's SchoolKing's SchoolKing
* List of old boys of The King's School, Parramatta, a list of alumni * List of non-government schools in New South Wales * List of boarding schools * GPS Schools * Tudor House School * New South Wales Rugby Union * G20 Schools * The King's School website * ISDA Debating website * List of old boys of The King's School, Parramatta, a list of alumni * List of non-government schools in New South Wales * List of boarding schools * GPS Schools * Tudor House School * New South Wales Rugby Union * G20 Schools * The King's School website * ISDA Debating website
Beijing SangaoRenmin University High SchoolRDFZ three high football club
The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group. In the 1950s, due to the specific political and cultural backgrounds at that time, the government felt the need to establish middle school for blue-collar workers and farmers to increase their labor skills. Thus, the school, originally named Beijing Experimental Fast Track Middle School for Workers and Farmers, was founded directly by the Ministry of Education in January 1950. After only three months of preparation, the school welcomed its first group of students on April 3, 1950.
Appleby CollegeJohn Bell ChapelAppleby Bluedogs
Appleby is the only Canadian member of the G20 Schools. It is also a member of the International Round Square Organisation and the Canadian Independent Schools Athletic Association. Appleby is accredited by the Canadian Educational Standards Institute. On October 13, 2006, Maclean's Magazine named Appleby one of Canada's Top 100 Employers. Appleby is the first high school ever to receive this distinction. Appleby has identified six Pillars of Strength upon which to concentrate: Community Spirited, Technologically Empowered, Universally Diverse, Academically Vital, Globally Responsible, and Actively Engaged.
Dr. Temperance BrennanDr. Temperance "Bones" BrennanTemperance Brennan
(born Joy Keenan) is a fictional character portrayed by Emily Deschanel in the American Fox television series Bones. An anthropologist, forensic anthropologist, and kinesiologist, she is described in the series as a leading authority in the field of forensic anthropology. Brennan first appeared on television, along with other series characters, in the "Pilot" episode of Bones on September 13, 2005. She is the main protagonist of the series along with FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz). Brennan is loosely based on author Kathy Reichs. Her name originates from the heroine in Reichs's crime novel series, also named Temperance Brennan.
Croshere went to Crossroads School in Santa Monica, California, and then played college basketball for Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island. Croshere was the 12th pick of the 1997 NBA Draft, selected by the Indiana Pacers. A 6'10", hard-nosed player who can play the power forward and small forward positions, Croshere has shot 33.9% from three-point range over the course of his ten-year career. In the 1999–2000 NBA season, he had peaked at just the right time as he helped the Pacers advance to the 2000 NBA Finals, marking the Pacers' first Finals appearance since the ABA-NBA merger.
the Doon SchoolDoon SchoolDoon
The Doon School is a member of following organisations: G20 Schools, Round Square, Rotary International's Interact Club, Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, International Boys' Schools Coalition, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), Indian Public Schools' Conference, Rashtriya Life Saving Society (India), International Award Association The school is the regional test centre for University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations and SAT Tests.
Rose RedStephen King's Rose RedRose Red'' miniseries
Brown as Annie Wheaton, an autistic teenager with telekinetic powers * Judith Ivey as Cathy Kramer, research group member and automatic writer * Matt Ross as Emery Waterman, psychic with retrocognition, former assistant to homicide detectives * Julian Sands as Nick Hardaway, telepathic psychologist * Emily Deschanel as Pam Asbury, a psychic television host with psychometric abilities * Kevin Tighe as Victor Kandinsky, psychic with precognition * David Dukes as Dr.
Seeley BoothBoothSpecial Agent Seeley Booth
Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel), whom he affectionately refers to as "Bones". The character made an appearance in the Sleepy Hollow episode "Dead Men Tell No Tales" as part of a two-part Halloween cross-over with Bones. Booth is from Philadelphia but was raised in Pittsburgh. He is a fan of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team; pictures of the team hang on the back wall of his office, as well as he has been seen wearing a Flyers T-shirt in several episodes he also proceeded to watch a Flyers game at a funeral. During many episodes he is seen drinking from a Pittsburgh Steelers coffee mug, suggesting he is also a fan of that football team.
Saint Saviour's Chapel
Saint Saviour's Chapel at Harvard-Westlake School in the Studio City section of Los Angeles, California, is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (No. #32). The chapel was patterned after the Chapel at Rugby School in England. Its pews face the center aisle, and it is considered an excellent example of the collegiate chapel style. It also features a large rood cross made by students in the school's wood shop. The chapel was built in 1914 at the original campus of the Harvard School at Western Avenue and Venice Boulevard. It was designed by Reginald Johnson, the son of the first Episcopal bishop of Los Angeles.
He was a star high school player while at Crossroads School. Davis is the NBA's all-time leader in steals per game for the playoffs. Davis was born in Los Angeles and grew up in the South Central area. His grandmother and guardian, Lela Nicholson, was instrumental in pushing him to play basketball. With her encouragement, he eventually enrolled at Crossroads School, a prestigious private school in Santa Monica.
Raffles InstitutionRaffles InstituteRaffles Institution Junior College
It is a member of various academic partnerships and alliances, such as the G20 Schools and The Winchester Network. It also co-founded the Global Alliance of Leading-Edge Schools. RI was awarded the Singapore Quality Award in 2011. RI is notable for having produced 94 President's Scholars, 3 out of 7 Presidents, 2 out of 3 Prime Ministers, including the first elected Prime Minister in Lee Kuan Yew, 4 Speakers of Parliament, 7 out of 20 members of the current Cabinet, 6 Ministers of State and 13 CEOs of government-linked statutory boards and agencies.
Geelong GrammarGeelong Grammar SchoolGeelong
The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group. The school has offered the International Baccalaureate (IB) since February 1997. The school was founded in 1855 as a private diocesan school with the blessing of Bishop Perry by the Venerable Theodore Stretch, Archdeacon of Geelong, with an initial enrollment of fourteen boys. The school grew rapidly and in 1857 it was assigned £5,000 of a government grant for church schools by Bishop Perry, the foundation stone was laid for its own buildings and it was transformed into a public school.
Santa MonicaSanta Monica, CACity of Santa Monica
Private schools in the city include: * Carlthorp School * Santa Monica Montessori School * Crossroads School * Saint Monica Catholic Elementary School * Concord High School * Pacifica Christian High School * Lighthouse Christian Academy * St. Anne Catholic School * Saint Monica Catholic High School * New Roads School * PS1 Pluralistic School Asahi Gakuen, a weekend Japanese supplementary school system, operates its Santa Monica campus (サンタモニカ校･高等部 Santamonika-kō kōtōbu) at Webster Middle in the Sawtelle neighborhood of Los Angeles. All high school classes in the Asahi Gakuen system are held at the Santa Monica campus.
Pascal PicturesAmy Pasca
Pascal attended Crossroads School in Santa Monica, then worked as a bookkeeper at Crossroads School while getting her international relations degree at UCLA. Pascal started her career as a secretary working for producer Tony Garnett at the independent production company Kestrel Films. From 1986 to 1987, she served as Vice President of Production at 20th Century Fox. Pascal joined Columbia Pictures in 1988, where she was responsible for the development of films including: Groundhog Day, Little Women, Awakenings, and A League of Their Own.