Here Comes the Signs: Protests of the 60s Compared to Now

Here Comes the Signs: Protests of the 60s Compared to Now

When Francine Werner ‘68 thinks back to her years at the then-Westlake School for Girls, she said she recalls the cultural phenomenon of the Beatles and the British Invasion, the counterculture movement and the anti-war protests. “Back then, it was our brothers and boyfriends who were getting killed, so I had to get more politically […]

Workman begins position in Human Resources

Jessica Workman joined the Business Department as the newly appointed Human Resources Generalist. She will deal with the training and support of personnel as part of Human Resources. Additionally, Workman will answer questions about faculty and staff benefits. Workman said she will not only deal with logistical questions but also support the staff with any […]

Babel invites students to submit their work

“Babel,” the Upper School’s foreign language magazine, is open to submissions for this year’s publication. The magazine is accepting all types of works in foreign languages, including essays, poems, reviews and artwork. The works can be in languages offered as classes at the school as well as those not offered. The pieces submitted in languages […]

Nia Kilgore: Upper School Dean

Nia Kilgore landed the position of Upper School Dean after years of experience as a college counselor at various independent schools in the Los Angeles area. Kilgore worked as the Interim Director of College Guidance at Yeshiva of Los Angeles Girls High School, an orthodox Jewish day school. Before working at YULA, Kilgore was the […]