315 new students to enroll for 2014-2015 year

A total of 315 new students will enroll for the 2014-2015 school year from a total of 1,094 applications across grades 7-11, Assistant Director of Admission Melanie Leon said. Two new students were admitted for 11th grade, 15 for 10th grade, 80 for ninth grade, three for eighth grade and 215 for seventh grade. The […]

Symphony earns award at festival

The Symphony Orchestra earned the highest award possible at the Southern California Band & Symphony festival Saturday, April 12. The orchestra had to play a piece that was not professionally arranged. They performed “The Romanian Dances” by Bartok as well as participating in a sight-reading competition. The scores from each performance were totaled, earning the […]

Biographer, director visits class

Film critic, TV producer, studio publicist, college professor, entertainment commentator, author and biographer Nat Segaloff spoke to the Cinema Studies class April 17. He wrote a biography of Arthur Penn, directed the films “Bonnie and Clyde” and “The Chase” and also was the executive producer of “Law and Order.” He spoke about the making of […]

Shifting the Spotlight

A total of 41 students will be members of Chamber Singers in the 2014-2015 school year, performing arts teacher Rodger Guerrerro announced April 27. Sopranos Sabrina Batchler ’15 Jessica Brandon ’16 Laura Campbell ’16 Elizabeth Edel ’15 Sara Lucas ‘17 Delilah Napier ’15 Claire Nordstrom ’15 Marcella Park ’15 Karin Rhynes ’16 Shelby Weiss ’16 […]

Supplementing food

Ever since she was four, Kennedy Green ’14 has taken vitamins regularly, starting with vitamin gummy bears and later switching to multivitamins. When her father told her to drink more milk because she wasn’t growing enough, she started taking calcium supplements, which she says helped her grow seven inches since ninth grade. “I don’t drink […]

Supplementing food

Ever since she was four, Kennedy Green ’14 has taken vitamins regularly, starting with vitamin gummy bears and later switching to multivitamins. When her father told her to drink more milk because she wasn’t growing enough, she started taking calcium supplements, which she says helped her grow seven inches since ninth grade. “I don’t drink […]

Ever since she was four, Kennedy Green ’14 has taken vitamins regularly, starting with vitamin gummy bears and later switching to multivitamins. When her father told her to drink more milk because she wasn’t growing enough, she started taking calcium supplements, which she says helped her grow seven inches since ninth grade. “I don’t drink […]

Sophomore class elects next year's Junior Prefects

The Class of 2016 elected Hunter Brookman ’16, Grace Pan ’16, Jordan Strom ’16 and Nina Woythaler ’16 to serve as Junior Prefects for the 2014-2015 school year, Prefect Council announced in an email today. Both Pan and Brookman served on Prefect Council this year. Three female candidates and three male candidates ran for the […]