Based on a Not-So-True Story

Based on a Not-So-True Story

Michael Lehrhoff ’20 emerged from the AMC 7 after watching the high school coming-of-age film, “Love, Simon” with an empty popcorn bag and a mind full of ideas ready to be shared. However, when he turned around to discuss the movie with his friends, he found that they had already begun laughing and complaining about […]

School investigates social media account

The school administration identified the creator of the since-deleted Instagram account @hwmeme, which contained explicit racist, sexist, homophobic and anti-semitic references to specific members of the sophomore class, Upper School Dean of Students Jordan Church said. Students alerted Church of the account the day it was created, Sept. 26. Director of Communications Ari Engelberg was […]

Commemorating Zwemer: Hearts are filled with cherished memories of history teacher

Commemorating Zwemer: Hearts are filled with cherished memories of history teacher

Brilliant, passionate, talented and witty. During his 29 years of teaching at Harvard-Westlake, Eric Zwemer impacted the lives of students and teachers alike. From his engaging lectures to his legendary sense of humor, he stood out in the community as a man who had earned respect and admiration from everyone who knew him. Zwemer died […]

Field hockey improves to 6-0

Field hockey improves to 6-0

Field hockey defeated Fountain Valley 9-0, marking the team’s sixth straight win of the season and fourth shutout of the season. Before this game, the team shutout Marina 9-0 on Aug. 28, Westminster 10-0 on Aug. 31 and Edison 2-0 on Sept. 6. Forward Sydney Pizer ’19 praised the team’s success in the game today. […]

Loeb ’98 joins dance department

Ari Loeb ’98 will return to campus to work as a part-time dance instructor and assist with the production of dance shows. Loeb worked for Momix, a modern dance company, for five years, where he spent eleven months a year touring South America and Europe. Afterward, Loeb toured with a dance company called Pilobolus. Loeb […]

Annual giving breaks independent day record

Parents, alumni, faculty and staff donated a record $9.3 million to Annual Giving last year, making the school the first independent day school to raise more than $9 million in annual giving, Advancement Committee Chair Melanie Ramberg Staggs ’85 (Cole ’16, Tyler ’18, Carter ’23) said. 100 percent of faculty and staff participated for the […]

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