Students, faculty compete in third annual Spring Festival

Students participated in activities and ate In-N-Out Burger as part of the third annual Spring Festival on March 22. The purpose of the festival, hosted by Character Committee and Community Council, was to inspire school spirit and relieve stress before spring break. Students and faculty competed against each other in events including dodgeball, frisbee, spikeball, […]

Students develop projects at third annual Hackathon

Students coded for 36 hours to develop their own programs as part of the third annual Hackathon hosted Feb.16 to 17. The event, led by Rehaan Furniturewala ’19 and Sarah Wilen ’19, featured workshops in cybersecurity, web development and entrepreneurship. Students also formed teams of up to four members to create innovative solutions for school […]

Students submit geotags for contest

Students submit geotags for contest

Prefect Council hosted the first-ever all-school geotag design contest from Jan.11 to Jan. 25. Sophomore Prefect Chelsea Cho said the goal of the contest was to enrich campus life and to provide a platform for students to showcase their design talents. Geotags are Snapchat filters that are unique to a location. Creating a new geotag […]

Students purchase pizza on Food Truck Friday

As part of Prefect Council’s monthly Food Truck Friday, students purchased New York style-pizza from the Made In Brooklyn Pizza truck Nov. 30. The goal of the project, headed by Jaya Nayar ’20 and Jonathan Cosgrove ’21, was to improve the variety of the food available on campus, Prefect Council said. “We thought that bringing […]

Students attend International Relations conference

AP Human Geography students discussed world issues as part of an International Relations conference Nov. 17 at Whittier College. The conference was a continuation of an ongoing simulation that the class had been working on since October. Five different schools participated in the conference, representing India, Russia, Japan, China and the European Union, with Whittier […]

Robotics subteams win awards in skills and buildings

Robotics subteams 62B and 62X earned esteemed awards in skills and building at the VEX Chaminade Tournament at Chaminade High School on Oct. 19. Team 62B, led by Abraham Gallardo ’20 and consisting of teammates Navid Ghodsi ’21 and William Farhat ’21, became ranked among the top 50 teams in the world after winning the […]

Science classes explore tide pools

AP Environmental Science students observed intertidal organisms in a field trip to White Pool Beach in Palos Verdes on Oct. 23.  Students had the opportunity to supplement their studies by classifying and recording the frequency of the wildlife in the tide pools. The purpose of the trip was to give students hands-on experience in collecting […]