Peer tutoring applications due Sept. 24

Applications to be a peer tutor are due Sept. 24 either in Director of Student Affairs Jordan Church’s office or at the peer tutoring table at Activities Fair. Peer tutoring gives upperclassmen a chance to tutor students in grades below them in subjects they feel comfortable tutoring in. Students also need to provide a teacher […]

Freshmen debate in Atlanta, 2 share Novice championship

By Michael Sugerman Freshmen Tommy Choi and Annie Kors shared first place in the Novice division at the Woodward Novice/Second Year Nationals debate tournament in Atlanta April 1-3. In addition to the co-champions, freshmen Garret Cayton, Julie Engel, William Gingold, Shelby Heitner and Michael O’Krent attended the tournament. All seven Harvard-Westlake novice debaters, Choi and […]

Prefect Council proposes additional break period

By Annie Belfield An additional 30-minute break has been proposed by the Prefect Council to be integrated into the daily schedule next year. The break will rotate between Tuesday and Friday and classes will be shortened to 40 minutes so that the time school ends will not be affected, Senior Prefect Emma Kaplan ’08 said. […]

‘Please see Dr. Siegel’

By Annie Dreyer Only two months into 10th grade, Naomi* got a note in her Choices and Challenges class. The note read “Please see Dr. Siegel,” and Naomi felt her heart sink. Though she was new to the Upper School and didn’t know about the note system, she did know that she did not want […]