130 students miss community service deadline

Approximately 130 students who missed the May 6 community service deadline this year were granted an extension until May 28 to complete their requirement. Seniors who fail to complete a half day of community service in a group of at least three other Harvard-Westlake students will not receive a diploma at graduation and their transcripts […]

130 students miss community service deadline

Approximately 130 students who missed the May 6 community service deadline this year were granted an extension until May 28 to complete their requirement. Seniors who fail to complete a half day of community service in a group of at least three other Harvard-Westlake students will not receive a diploma at graduation and their transcripts […]

Robotics team fails to advance to regional finals

The robotics team competed in the FIRST Robotics Competition’s Los Angeles Regional event in Long Beach March 21-23 but did not qualify for regional finals. The competition challenged the team to create a robot with the objective of playing a game called Ultimate Ascent. In each two-minute fifteen-second match, two opposing alliances composed of three […]

Middle school holds art exhibit

About 250 people attended the opening reception  of the first middle school Spring Art Invitational on Feb. 7. At the opening, artist Gronk talked to students and Blick Art Materials donated goodie bags. “It was just a really lovely, festive, busy evening. There were a lot of mummies, a lot of tessellations and a lot […]

History reconfigures World Politics course

The history department will remove the semester-long elective World Politics from the curriculum next year and introduce many of its components to a new year-long course called AP Geography and International Relations. The original AP Geography course is still being offered in the second semester. History Teacher Nini Halkett has taught World Politics for more […]