Girls’ volleyball defeats FSHA

The girls’ varsity volleyball team defeated Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in three sets tonight at home. The team gained and held the lead until Flintridge gained momentum near the end of the set before they were defeated 25-18 by the Wolverines. In the second set, the Wolverines started with a six-point lead and pulled further ahead […]

Assassin starts with a bang

More than 300 students played in the 5th annual assassin game with a newly created app. As of press time, only 45 players remain. Moderated by James Kanoff ’17 and Justin Rose ’17, the game started just after 8 a.m. May 22. The goal of the game is to be the last surviving player. Students […]

Students, teachers start gender-identity conversations

Speakers discussing gender and sexuality discussion on campus have visited the school in an effort to bring greater awareness to gender-identity issues. This comes after recordings of a number of students using homophobic slurs were discovered. “I wanted to start this conversation because I think there has been so much silence on campus about transgender identities […]

Students, faculty donate in Red Cross Blood Drive

Students, faculty donate in Red Cross Blood Drive

The school hosted a Red Cross Blood Drive in Chalmers Lounge on Friday. Students, parents and faculty were able to participate in the blood drive, which was run by American Red Cross staff. Blood Drive Coordinator Tamara Whit managed the event and briefed students about the process of donating blood before they underwent a brief physical exam […]

Stop, drop and download: school promotes emergency information app ‘Crisis Manager’

Faculty introduced the school’s specifically adapted page on the emergency information app, Crisis Manager, on April 19 during an all-school assembly. Science Teacher Wendy Van Norden and Upper School Attendance Coordinator Gabriel Preciado collaborated to create better emergency plans and add all the necessary information to the school’s page. “The Crisis Manager app is our […]