Students document struggles and conflict at Mexican-American border

Students traveled to San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico for a joint video art and photography storytelling trip about the struggles and conflict of those who live near the Mexican-American border. Students began by traveling to San Diego before crossing the border where they toured No Man’s Land, the area between the American and Mexican border, […]

Equestrian struggles in early season

Equestrian struggles in early season

Despite a series of setbacks, the equestrian team has found several successes in their first two shows. “It’s such a hard sport to talk about because you can’t really say an overall team goal for us because we are such a small team,” team captain Skyler Calkins ’20 said. Equestrian is unique in that players […]

School closes due to fires

School closes due to fires

Classes and activities were canceled on both the upper and middle school campuses on Wednesday and Thursday due to poor air quality caused by recent fires in the area. “We took into account air quality, the level of the winds, the containment percentage of the Skirball fire and other factors,” Head of Upper School Laura […]

Smoke from nearby fires impacts campus

Clouds of smoke hung over campus Tuesday morning after wind-fueled fires swept through Ventura and Sylmar Counties. The fires burned a combined area of 60,000 acres and damaged over 160 homes. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air quality on campus is currently unhealthy for sensitive groups and children should reduce prolonged exertion. The […]

Wrestling finishes strong first meet

Wrestling had a promising first match with wrestlers placing high in each weight group. Liam Douglass ’18 took first place 2-0 at 285 pounds, Riley Ruiz ’20 placed second 3-1 at 126 pounds and Kanoa Young ’21 took third place 3-1 at 152 pounds. Ruiz said his high placement has made him reconsider his role […]

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