Community Council arranges events for clubs, teams

Community Council has planned two upcoming community service trips at Los Angeles Family Housing and TreePeople for students to fulfill their community service requirement. This year Community Council is focusing on planning events for specific clubs and sports teams. “Each of the events we plan are specifically geared towards the club so that they have […]

Students establish teen Jewish-Muslim council

Blake Nosratian ’13 and David Hoffman ’13 formed the Muslim-Jewish High School Leadership Council to create  events for Muslim and Jewish teenagers to learn more about the other’s religion. “My experiences this past summer at Seeds of Peace, as well as my desire to promote communication between members of different religions in my own community […]

Junior showcases heart failure research at Seattle conference

Lizzy Thomas ’14 presented the results of her medical research at the Heart Failure Society of America Conference in Seattle. Thomas researched the correlation between obesity, muscle mass and heart disease this summer during an internship with Dr. Tamara Horwich, an assistant professor in residence in the Medical Cardiology department at UCLA. In the Seattle […]

Four students explore LA culture

Four juniors and two teachers immersed themselves in the culture of Los Angeles through the Los Angeles Service Academy, which began in August. Kennedy Green ’14, Henry Hahn ’14, Grace Levin ’14 and Tom Thorne’ 14 traveled around the city with LASA to better understand the life, planning and politics of Los Angeles. Executive Director […]

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