‘Boca de Oro’ displays range of student skills and talent

The annual “Boca de Oro” is a showcase to display the skills of hundreds of SAUSD artists, entertainers, speakers, and more. 

The theme for this year’s event, held on Saturday, March 4, was “Magic in the Ordinary.” 

Students from all over Santa Ana Unified showed their talents, including Speech & Debate, Polynesian dance, Mariachi, Folklórico, and more. 

Boca de Oro took place in five different locations, the Yost parking lot, the Santora building basement, the 2nd Street Promenade, The Frida Cinema, and Plaza Calle Cuatro. 

The Community Action Partnership of Orange Country  has a lot of programs that help the needs of the community, including the relámpago del cielo grupo folklórico, which is a program for students that want to join and remember the history and their regions, and involves the community and it helps teach the cultures.  

Most of the schools from SAUSD were represented at Boca de Oro, given the opportunity to show their talents and hard work.

“Boca de Oro is a place that shows all the cultures and programs,” Santa Ana High junior Monserrath Rodriguez Arevalo said.

Boca de Oro is also a place to learn from others and their skills. 



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