Seniors to attend Senior College Night

Seniors and their parents will meet with their deans and attend information and special interest sessions during Senior College Night today at 7 p.m. The school has invited experts involved in the college admissions process from universities across America to speak and inform students and parents. The Special Interest Sessions will begin after seniors and […]

KAPA hosts annual dinner

More than 100 students, parents and faculty attended the 20th Korean American Parents Association Annual Family Barbecue Aug. 24. KAPA hosted the dinner at the Oxford Palace Hotel to welcome new Korean families to school. Students performed a Korean cultural fan dance as an addition to the usual festivities. While last year’s dinner theme was […]

626 students participate in AP examinations

A total of 626 students this past school year took 1,736 Advanced Placement exams, the highest number of exams in recent history. 91 percent of students received passing scores of 3, 4 or 5. Six middle school students also took four BC Calculus and two Computer Science A exams and all scored 5’s. “It’s unusual […]

School admits record number of new sophomores

Twenty-three new sophomores and three new juniors joined the school this September, the most new upperclassmen the school has enrolled in the past five years. “This is the most that we have had since my time here,” Dean Beth Slattery said. Better applicants have allowed for an extended sophomore and junior class, said Scott Turner, […]

Theaters to produce student-written plays

Four plays written by students and an alumnus were chosen to be performed at playwright festivals featuring young writers. The Blank Theatre’s Young Playwrights Festival will produce plays by Patric Verrone ’13 and Aiyana White ’14 in June. Sabrina Batchler ’15 and Alex McNab ’14 will have their plays produced in the fall after winning […]

Scene Monkeys perform Friday night

Students in the Scene Monkeys improvisation group performed Friday at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Rugby Theater. Tickets were five dollars and could be bought at the door. The student performers were Conor Belfield ’15, Noah Bennett ’14, Zita Biosah ’14, Molly Chapman ’14, Clay Davis ’14, Tara Joshi ’14, Greg Lehrhoff ’14, Grace […]

Bake sale Monday will benefit school in Thailand

A bake sale Monday will raise money for Baan Nong Ku, an elementary school located in Thailand. Pim Otero ’16 organized the sale which will be outside Chalmers from second to fifth period. Only cash will be accepted. The profits will be used to donate school supplies like sports balls, pens, pencils and paper to […]

Justin Carr benefit concert raises funds for charity, outreach programs

A number of students performed at the “Justin Wants World Peace Concert” at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills Monday. Darrell and Susan Carr (Justin ’14) hosted the event in partnership with the foundation ArtsAhimsa to raise money for the Justin Carr Wants World Peace Foundation. Many students, parents and faculty also attended. “It’s […]