Sophomores receive research grant

Stephanie Cho ’20, Coco Kaleel ’20 and Jenna Kronenberg ’20 won a research grant from Archer School to create an app to test eye contact with autistic children. The three students, all members of the robotics team, were awarded $1875 dollars to work on any project they wished. They came up with the idea of […]

Student wins music competition

Ben Beckman ’19 won first place in the high school division of the Frost Composition Competition at the University of Miami for his original piece “Three Views” for Piano Quartet. Beckman plays French horn for the upper school symphony, and his compositions have been played by the symphony in previous concerts. A frequent participant of […]

Annual science quiz bowl teams chosen

After weeks of meetings, science teacher Heather Audesirk and Myria Chen ’18 chose teams to represent the school in the National Science Bowl. Science Bowl is a nationwide competition that tests participants on a variety of subjects. Audesirk and Chen said they chose teams they felt were cohesive and capable. Chen will lead David Ahn […]

Steve Yang ’08: Physics

Steve Yang ’08, a former teaching assistant at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will return to his alma mater to join the science department as a Physics teacher this year. After graduating from Harvard-Westlake, Yang went on to earn a Bachelor of Science from USC and a Master of Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in structural engineering. […]