DME #pride

No three words strike more fear into the heart of Chronicle staffers than “Digital Managing Editor.” When the two of us walk into the room, the juniors and sophomores cower. OK, so that isn’t exactly the reputation we carry. Maybe people don’t exactly understand what my position actually entails, but I like to tell myself […]

Shining stars: middle school runs after-school enrichment program

Shining stars: middle school runs  after-school enrichment program

Harvard-Westlake partnered with Bright Star Schools to launch the HW Bridge Partnership, bringing 27 seventh graders from charter schools to the Middle School twice a week to participate in enrichment courses taught by faculty. The new program ties in closely with the core tenets of the Harvard-Westlake mission statement, according to HW Bridge coordinator and […]

Högsta ’05 wins Nobel Peace Prize

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, whose team includes Daniel Högsta ’05, won the Nobel Peace Prize on Oct. 6 for their work with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. The company won the award as a result of the campaign’s work to implement the 2017 United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of […]

What in refutation: debate team prevails

Following a successful regular season which included a win of the Duke and Bailey’s Cup and a semifinal finish at the National Debate Coaches Association tournament, the debate team is gearing up for their Tournament of Champions run. Evan Engel ’17 notched the school’s first win of Duke and Bailey’s, an award given for best […]

Q&A with Terry Barnum, Head of Athletics

What does the title of Head of Athletics entail? Succinctly, I am responsible for the athletic programs from 7th through twelfth grade. That includes the coaches. That includes staff. That includes the kids when they’re playing sports. I am the division head for the Athletic Department at Harvard-Westlake grades seven through 12. What that looks […]

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