MLK Day 2020 Featured Speaker is Leah Hernandez
We are pleased to announce our guest speaker for our upcoming MLK Day All-School Chapel on Tuesday, January 21. Leah Hernandez is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University and grew up in Pomona, California. Leah has successfully published her debut book, Try God, which has been recognized in the 2017 Essence Festival and Rolling Out Magazine. She is also the CEO and Founder of Young Authors Publishing, a book publishing company that empowers children in low income communities to write and publish their own book. Royalties from their books are directed to a savings account for each Young Author. Leah aspires to continue to impact the lives of others by educating them on financial literacy and providing access to capital through book publishing and business ownership.
As part of her end-of-year science project, Sara Ali '27 wrote this article about habitat loss and our environment.
Learn more about the struggles of the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how Breck students are stepping in to provide vital resources and support to those impacted.
This year’s alumni Commencement speakers are Brittney (Faber) Oberrender and Will Oberrender, a married couple who graduated from Breck in 2009. They agreed to be interviewed for our Breck Bulletin alumni highlight in preparation for speaking to the Class of 2020.