Team seeks to assert league dominance

The girls’ water polo team began its season with below average performances, entering the season with a 1-2 record in preseason games, along with an average campaign in the Arroyo Grande High School Winter Classic. The squad won its season opener over Oaks Christian 10-8, with six goals coming from Villanova commit Camille Oswald ’17. […]

Team seeks to assert league dominance

The girls’ water polo team began its season with below average performances, entering the season with a 1-2 record in preseason games, along with an average campaign in the Arroyo Grande High School Winter Classic. The squad won its season opener over Oaks Christian 10-8, with six goals coming from Villanova commit Camille Oswald ’17. […]

Debate team dominates competition

The debate team earned multiple bids to the Tournament of Champions, continuing its season of multiple wins. So far this season, the Harvard-Westlake team has more Tournament of Champions bids for Lincoln-Douglas debate than any other school in the nation. Five debaters competed at the Glenbrooks Speech and Debate Tournament Nov. 19-23 in Northbrook, IL. […]

Squad falls just short of championship

The girls’ tennis team fell to the Campbell Hall Vikings in the finals of the CIF playoffs on Nov. 11. Leading up to the finals, the team ended its regular league season 7-1, losing only to Notre Dame. The squad was able to comfortably beat Camarillo 13-5 in the first round of playoffs and defeat […]

Team eyes CIF title despite early issues

Team eyes CIF title despite early issues

The girls’ tennis team started off its season with a 13-5 win at its first league match Sept. 20 against Immaculate Heart. The team is currently 6-2 overall and 2-1 in league play. “Immaculate Heart just joined our league, so we didn’t know what to expect of their team. We all played really, really well, […]

Squad prepares for new season

Squad prepares for new season

Though only six players will return to the girls’ tennis team, the team hopes to advance into the finals again and this time, go all the way. Last season, the girls’ tennis team broke every school record and fell short in the finals by one match. “We have got returning players and a whole lot […]

Peer support to go on annual bonding trip

Peer Support leaders and trainees will go on their annual retreat from Sept. 10 to Sept. 12. Counselor and psychology teacher Luba Bek and upper school psychologist Kavita Ajmere will chaperone the trip to Camp Hess Kramer in Malibu. Roughly 25 senior leaders and 26 junior trainees will go to bond before the club starts

Chinese teacher to join Massachusetts school

Upper and middle school Chinese teacher Tiantian Wang will leave to teach Chinese at Middlesex School in Massachusetts. Wang has taught Chinese III and Chinese III Honors at the Upper School for five years, as well as Chinese II at the Middle School. “The five years I spent at Harvard-Westlake were precious to me,” Wang […]