Club holds election watch party

Students and faculty gathered in Ahmanson Lecture Hall to watch the election results come in after school Nov. 8. The event was run by the Junior State of America club and the AP United States Government and Politics classes. Attendees discussed the results as they watched the election unfold through the CNNgo live broadcast. Students […]

Principles of Engineering students hold open house

Principles of Engineering students hold open house

Principles of Engineering students displayed their handmade pinhole cameras to students and faculty Nov. 1 during seventh and eighth periods. The students designed the cameras for those with limited dexterity. To simulate the disability, students wore oven mitts while designing their cameras. “I think it was a really interesting project in general because we were designing something for […]

Alumnus speaks to Business of Life

Entrepreneur Evan Horowitz ’99 advised Business of Life students to follow their dreams and learn from their failures during third and fourth period Oct. 27. Sameer Gupta ’99, who helped in developing the entrepreneurship program at school, recommended Horowitz to speak as part of HW Venture’s Lunch and Lecture Series. Throughout his talk, Horowitz emphasized the value […]

Admission Office adjusts tour system

The Admission Office announced changes that have been made to the Student Ambassador Program and a design contest for a new logo at the annual Student Ambassador Training Dinner on the middle school campus Sept. 16. Associate Director of Admissions Janine Jones informed attendees that middle school student ambassadors will be able to sign up […]

Miriam Shapira ’97

After taking time off from her career to be a stay-at-home mom, Miriam Shapira ’97 is the new executive assistant to the head of external relations. Shapira said that the excitement of seeing her two children head off to school has reignited her passion for education and inspired her to return to her alma mater. […]

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